Crime & Justice

Minister Charlie Flanagan today announced that Ireland intends to make a pledge to accept 600 programme refugees in 2018. This commitment has been made as part of a new EU resettlement...

Noirin O’Sullivan has given many years of dedicated service to the State. I want to thank her for that on behalf of the Government and the Irish people...

I have been notified by Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan of her intention to retire from An Garda Síochána today...

“On Thursday I received copies of the reports by Assistant CommissionerMichael O’Sullivan regarding breath tests carried out at Mandatory AlcoholTesting checkpoints (MATs) and the Fixed Charge Processing System (FCPS)...

According to the most recent figures published by Eurostat, the gender pay gap in Ireland in 2014 was 13.9%, while the EU average was 16.7%. This means that, on average, women...

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Mr Charles Flanagan TD, and the Minister of State with special responsibility for Equality, Immigration and Integration, Mr David...

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan, T.D., has commended An Garda Síochána for their successful intervention on Monday to prevent further violence and loss of life connected to organised crime...

The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Simon Coveney has welcomed the start of the defence phase of the trial in Egypt involving Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa...

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Mr Charlie Flanagan T.D., formally presented a copy of the newly-published Irish version of the Rules of the Superior Courts 1986 to Supreme Court Judge...

Chairperson and members of the Memorial Committee, Assistant Commissioner McMahon, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, and most importantly the families and friends...

 

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