The announcement this week by Justice Minister, Helen McEntee T.D. that a new Garda recruitment campaign has been launched is to be welcomed. The new recruitment campaign will kick off … Continue Reading 800 new Gardaí to be recruited in 2022.
While Burglaries across the #NorthInnerCity from homes are down 23%, according to the latest statistics provided by An Garda Siochana, it remains so important to keep your home secure from … Continue Reading Keeping your #Home safe from the threat of burglars.
Every second month, the Dublin City Joint Policing Committee meets with the Assistant Garda Commissioner for the Dublin Region, Anne Marie Cagney to discuss policing issues across the city. As … Continue Reading Dublin’s Garda Commissioner Report to City Policing Committee
The ongoing problems with the management of traffic in East Wall continues to be the subject of discussions at the #DublinCentral Area Committee of Dublin City Council. At the November … Continue Reading Keeping you updated on plans for #EastWall Neighbourhood Traffic Plan
Following the decision of Dublin City Council to grant permission for a series of concerts in Croke Park next year, as Chair of the Planning & Urban Form Strategic Policy … Continue Reading Managing traffic at 2022 #Croke Park concerts
As a member of the City’s Joint Policing Committee, the Assistant Garda Commissioner for Dublin provided details of the specific policing initiative to counteract and effectively tackle the problem of … Continue Reading #OperationCitizen tackling #CityCentre anti-social behaviour
The Garda Chief Superintendent, Paddy McMenamin who has responsibility for the North Central Garda Division covering the #NorthInnerCity provided me with an update on Crime Detections and specific initiatives. Last … Continue Reading #NorthWest Inner City – Policing & Community Safety Update
Dublin City Council, the three other Dublin Local Authorities, An Garda Síochána, the Road Safety Authority, and the Dublin Cycling Campaign are issuing a call to action to cyclists to … Continue Reading Dublin City Council backs the ‘Light up Your Bike’ Initiative
COMMUNITY SAFETY UPDATE I write to share an update with you about an issue that I have received countless emails, phone calls and texts about, namely anti-social behaviour on the … Continue Reading ORMOND SQUARE MATTERS
RUSSELL AVENUE PLAYGROUND UDPATE Dear Resident, I write to share with you an update on the City Council’s proposed repairs to the playground in Russell Avenue following the appalling vandalism … Continue Reading EAST WALL MATTERS – September 2021
Between June 1st and 30th , graffiti was removed by the Waste Management services of Dublin City Council and the contractor, P-Mac, on the following streets: Great Strand Street Beresford … Continue Reading #NorthInnerCity Graffiti Removal Report – July 2021
KEEPING YOU UPDATED ON PLANS FOR ORCHARD ROAD DEPOT SITE Earlier this month, at the Dublin Central Area Committee meeting of Dublin City Council, I sought an update on the … Continue Reading CLONLIFFE ROAD & BALLYBOUGH MATTERS – Summer 2021
The Office of Public Works Minister, Patrick O’Donovan T.D., this morning, published the report arising from the public consultation on the Phoenix Park Transport and Mobility Options Study. Almost 2,300 … Continue Reading #PhoenixPark Transport and Mobility Options Study Post-Consultation Report launched this morning
Dublin City Council’s Plan for the Prevention and Reduction of Anti-Social Behaviour 2021-2025. Introduction The Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2009 provides for the adoption of an Anti-Social Behaviour Strategy for … Continue Reading #SAFENEIGHBOURHOODS
This week Justice Minister Heather Humphreys TD published the General Scheme of the Garda Síochána (Powers) Bill following approval by Government. The draft legislation provides the necessary legal basis to … Continue Reading Consolidation of #Policing powers welcomed – McAdam
IntroductionAs we come out of two very difficult and turbulent weekends in the City, the vision for an outdoor summer in Dublin City Centre is really starting to take shape. … Continue Reading #CityRecoveryPlan Update – June 2021