Wednesday September 30, 2020

Report due on prison service handling of sexual harassment case

25th November, 2018

The findings of an investigation into how allegations of serious sexual harassment in the Irish Prison Service (IPS) were handled will be delivered to the Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan shortly.

A law firm has, since January, been carrying out an investigation into the claims made anonymously in a protected disclosure to the Department of Justice in September 2017.

The disclosure makes claims about the handling of a serious sexual harassment allegation in the IPS several...

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