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Ireland Over 150 new gardaí deployed to Christmas traffic duty in Cork, Dublin and Limerick

17:45  02 december  2019
17:45  02 december  2019 Source:   thejournal.ie

Dublin Fire Brigade issue weekend driving warning as horrifying footage shows car flipped over on Dorset Street

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A Garda personnel carrier will be on 24-7 duty throughout, while motorcycle and bicycle-mounted gardaí will be on duty , too. The Garda Armed Support Unit will be on duty throughout, along with the Traffic Corps. The Garda ’s Limerick Divisional Dog Unit will carry “specific targeted patrols”

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  Over 150 new gardaí deployed to Christmas traffic duty in Cork, Dublin and Limerick © getty OVER 150 NEW gardaí have been assigned to an operation aimed at minimising traffic disruption in Ireland’s three biggest cities in the run-up to Christmas.

The officers graduated on Friday and have been assigned to Operation Open City in Cork, Dublin and Limerick.

The operation, which was launched today, seeks to help traffic flow through increased garda patrols on major routes and link roads during peak commuter hours.

a group of men in uniform posing for the camera © Eamonn Farrell This year it will see a particular focus on traffic management issues around car parks at major shopping areas.

The newly attested gardaí will support garda roads policing units and local patrols in traffic management.

Woman airlifted to hospital and in serious condition after crash on N20 in Co Cork

  Woman airlifted to hospital and in serious condition after crash on N20 in Co Cork Woman airlifted to hospital and in serious condition after crash on N20 in Co CorkThe Cork-based Community Air Ambulance scrambled to the scene after the collision near the turn-off for Dromahane around 1km south of Mallow.

The Kildare Garda division received 45 new recruits, the highest number to be assigned outside Dublin . Neighbouring county Wicklow received nine new gardaí . The Louth division, which shares part of Limerick , where additional Garda resources have been deployed over the past decade to

Eight new gardai have been assigned to the traffic corps will be deployed to prevent traffic gridlock and… The city has been appointed new graduates from Templemore Gardia training collage to deal with traffic duty ’s over the christmas time.

A total of 89 of the graduates have been assigned to the Dublin region, 32 have been allocated to Cork city and 32 to Limerick city.

The gardaí issued the following safety advice ahead of Christmas:

  • Be careful when withdrawing money from cash machines and financial institutions.
  • Mind your belongings when in crowded areas. Use a handbag or shoulder bag that can be held securely.
  • Don’t leave bags or valuables visible inside parked cars.
  • Park your car in a controlled car park and retain the parking ticket on your person.
  • Always lock your car securely when leaving it unattended, even for brief period.
  • Report any incident to Gardaí, immediately. 

A further 44 new gardaí have been deployed to border divisions and will not be involved in the traffic operation.

Man who attempted to rob Cork fast food restaurant at knife point is arrested

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They have troops deployed in Cork city, Bantry, Clonakilty, Clonmel, Ennis, Ballinasloe and, most recently, to Carlow town. They are providing 24-hour assistance in the affected areas, including over -flights of the affected Gardaí have closed the bridge to traffic and diversions are in place. Cancellations and delays are still affecting rail routes between Dublin and Cork , Limerick and Ennis

Cork is to get just 14 of the latest garda probationers to graduate from the force’s training college. Earlier this month, it was revealed that less than 3% of new garda recruits have been deployed to This also came just days after the Irish Examiner revealed that chronic shortages of gardaí in Cork Some of those who didn’t complete either resigned or have been held over for the next graduation date.

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A MAN has died following a collision in Co Limerick. The collision happened shortly after 1.30am between a van and an articulated lorry and a van on the M& motorway (westbound), on the slip road at junction 30, Rossbrien (Cork Exit). A garda spokesperson said: "Units from Roxboro Road Garda Station, Divisional Roads Policing, National Ambulance and Limerick Fire Services attended at the crash site. "The driver of the van, a man in his 40s, was pronounced dead at the scene a short time later. "His body has since been removed to the mortuary at University Hospital Limerick. The lorry driver was uninjured.

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