Garda response to 999 calls were ‘confused’ and ‘inadequate’
A series of failures was identified in how An Garda Síochána responded to alerts in the lead-up to the drowning of a young man in the Dublin docklands
An Garda Síochána has been ordered to carry out an “urgent investigation” into how it handles emergency and 999 calls after a series of failures was identified in how it responded to alerts in the lead-up to the drowning of a young man in the Dublin docklands.
An independent report by Mr Justice Daniel Herbert into complaints of Garda failings surrounding the death of 24-year-old John Kelly, who drowned in the water beside...
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