Current advice from the HSE and from An Garda Síochána (including videos)
An Garda Síochána and The Road Safety Authority (RSA) have renewed their appeal for road users to take extra care when using the roads this weekend
During this 'Delay' phase of the National response to Covid-19 everyone is asked to work as a community to reduce the impact of Covid-19.
In line with this decision, all Registration Offices operated by An Garda Síochána will also close.
June Bank Holiday Weekend 2020
Open Competition for Appointment to the role of Public Affairs Co-ordinator, Office of Corporate Co...
Due to the current public health guidelines in place this event was not be open to the public. Vide...
Maria Nicole has been located safe and well. No further media action is required. Thank you for you...
A man in his 20s is to be appear before a special sitting of Mullingar District Court this Friday e...
Gardaí at Coolock are appealing to the public for information following a shooting incident at Prim...
An Garda Síochána aims to deliver a consistently high level of service to every victim of crime by providing a respectful, reassuring, responsive and reliable service, addressing the needs and expectations of all victims in a non-discriminatory manner.
An Garda Síochána works to combat crime in a number of ways, one of which is through Community Policing. Community policing occurs where Gardaí and members of the community and statutory and voluntary agencies work together.
The Garda National Vetting Bureau's primary objective is to provide an accurate and responsible vetting service which enhances the protection of children and vulnerable persons through enabling safer recruitment decisions.
Improving road safety and significantly reducing the incidence of fatal and serious injury on Irish roads is the main responsibility of the Garda National Roads Policing Bureau. Roads Policing Units will focus on community protection, crime prevention and denying criminals the use of the roads.