Articles tagged with: Co Monaghan Joint Policing Committee

GARDA ALERT ON GARDENING EQUIPMENT THEFTS

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29 Mar 2013 Comments Off on GARDA ALERT ON GARDENING EQUIPMENT THEFTS

The Co Monaghan public were strongly advised by the Gardaí this week to take the proper precautions to prevent the theft of gardening equipment from private homes and community and sporting property. Speaking at Monday’s meeting of Co Monaghan Joint Policing Committee, Garda Chief Superintendent Jim Sheridan urged members of the public and community groups to be on the alert to prevent the theft of lawn-mowers and other gardening items, which he said could be very prevalent in the Co Monaghan area at the time of year they were ...

COLR TREANOR ASKS JPC TO FOCUS ON YOUTH AT RISK

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25 Jan 2013 Comments Off on COLR TREANOR ASKS JPC TO FOCUS ON YOUTH AT RISK

Clones public representative Pat Treanor has asked the Co Monaghan Joint Policing Committee to focus at a future meeting on the supports that can be made available to assist young people at risk of becoming involved in crime or anti-social behaviour. Speaking when the Co JPC met on Monday last, Colr Treanor expressed concern that increases in cutbacks in services were having an adverse effect on such programmes as the Garda Diversion Scheme, which supported young people at risk of criminal involvement. He also thought the JPC should ...

NEW INITIATIVES TO COMBAT FUEL LAUNDERING WELCOMED BY JPC

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25 Jan 2013 Comments Off on NEW INITIATIVES TO COMBAT FUEL LAUNDERING WELCOMED BY JPC

The recent incident in which the toxic residue from fuel laundering activities was deposited near the source for a group water scheme in Co Monaghan was referred to at Monday’s meeting of Co Monaghan Joint Policing Committee, when members welcomed news of a number of new initiatives being planned to combat this form of crime. JPC Chairman David Maxwell referred members to national media reports he had heard of a new scheme being contemplated under which all businesses dealing in oil products would have to hold a licence, and ...