Friday February 28, 2020

Policing commission says current system 'set up to fail'

Chairperson Kathleen O’Toole says current shortcomings are not down to resources, but 'critical systemic problems related to structures, accountability mechanisms, management processes and culture'

18th September, 2018
'Too many Garda divisions,' report says

A new district policing model, a streamlined oversight system and a new structure for national security are among the measures proposed by the Commission on the Future of Policing, whose report was published on Tuesday afternoon.

“Everyone wanted more Gardaí working in and with the community. They wanted a modern, well equipped, efficient and professional police service. It was also clear that the current arrangements for overseeing the police and investigating complaints are complex and...

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