An Garda Síochána’s Public Attitudes Survey for Q4 2017 Less than 20% of People Believe Crime in Their Local Area is a Serious Problem Leinster V Saracens On Sunday, the 1st April 2018 at 3.30pm Competition for position of Commissioner, An Garda Síochána The Public Appointments Service is running a competition for the position of Commissioner, An Garda Síochána Review of Serious Public Order Incident at An Cosan, Kiltalawn, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Review Welcome to our new website Welcome to our new website, there are ongoing updates taking place on the Irish site and we appreciate your patience in the matter. Online sexual exploitation - tips to protect yourself online Detective Sergeant Mary McCormack from ONCE (Online Child Sexual Exploitation) Unit with advice for parents and teenagers of what to be aware of online, warning signs to look out for and what to do if you believe you’re a victim of online sexual exploitation. Recommendation from An Garda Siochana and the Irish Security Industry Association to Ensure Continuity of Monitored Alarm Services. An Garda Siochana and The Irish Security Industry Association (ISIA) recommends that anyone with a monitored alarm service contact their alarm provider to ensure continuity of service and a response if an alarm is activated. Road Works on the M7 Motorway 2018-2020 There is a 60Kph speed limit in effect between junction 9-10. Be Winter Ready! The Campaign advice includes: • General Tips for Pedestrians, Cyclists and Motorcyclists • General advice for Drivers, vehicles and Road Safety • Checking on your elderly relatives and neighbours/Flu Vaccine advice ACTIVE Mobility programme - Limerick Gardaí to Pilot New Garda Mobile Apps 50 members of An Garda Síochána in Limerick will from December 2017 use Garda apps that will allow them to access their email on the move, check a vehicle’s history and tax status, and allow them to work more efficiently with local business and community groups. The pilot is part of the Garda ACTIVE Mobility Strategy, which is a key element of An Garda Síochána’s Modernisation and Renewal Programme 2016-2021. Public Attitudes Survey Q3 2017 An Garda Síochána’s Public Attitudes Survey for Q3 2017 has found a year-on-year reduction in the number of people who said they were victims of crime. There was a drop in the victimisation rate from 7.8% in Q3 2016 to 6.7% in Q3 2017. According to the Survey, the vast majority of people – 70% - say that fear of crime has no impact on their quality of life. External Emergency Plans An Garda Síochána, the Health Service Executive and Local Authorities (Fire Services) are each required under legislation to prepare Plans to deal with the emergency response to major accidents at designated sites. Cyber Crime vs Cyber Security: what will you choose? Protected Disclosures Policy Any member of An Garda Síochána who raises issues will be fully supported. Each and every Garda member must know they have the right and responsibility to raise their concerns and be confident that they will be listened to and addressed.