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Have YOUR say on community safety….

Pilot Community Safety Initiative

coming to you!

Dublin City Council and the Department of Justice are launching a new Local Community Safety Partnership in the North Inner City. Find out more about it’s establishment here – Both organisations want to hear your views on how we can all work together to improve community safety.

As a North Inner City resident, you can play a central role in this initiative. The Council and the Department of Justice want your assistance in identifying priorities and devising solutions for implementation to ensure the concerns around safety in your neighbourhood.

How will this work?

The Local Community Safety Partnership will give the community a stronger voice in identifying and tackling the issues that individuals, families, young people, business owners and all members of the community face. Representatives of the community will make up 51% of the members of the Local Community Safety Partnership, meaning community voices will be the majority.

The Local Community Safety Partnership will work with the community to identify local priorities and use these to develop a local community safety plan that will be delivered in a collaborative fashion by all stakeholders.

How can you have Your Say?

Two Consultation Sessions for the new pilot Community Safety Project for the North Inner City are being organised. The sessions will take place Online. Registration is necessary to secure your place. To register please click here

The sessions are planned for:

12.30pm; Wednesday 7th April


5.30pm; Thursday 8th April

Where can I found out more information?



Phone: 01 222 2248

raymcadam View All

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City

Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee

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