Public Meeting on the Future of Policing in Ireland

Consultation is central to informing the Commission’s work. The Commission is organising a series of regional public events across Ireland. Through that consultation process, the Commission will be listening to as wide a range of views as possible on the future of policing.

The Commission invites you to attend a public meeting on the Future of Policing in Ireland.

When: Monday, 22 January. Registration will be open from 6.00pm for tea/coffee, and the event will begin at 6.30pm, finishing at 8.15pm.

Where: Wood Quay Venue, Dublin City Council offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8. Venue details here.

Why: This is an important opportunity for the Commission to hear your views on the future of policing in Ireland.

The format will be town-hall style and will be moderated by Professor Mary Rogan, of Trinity College Dublin, who is an expert in human rights and penal policy making, is on the Board of the Victims Rights Alliance and is Chair of the Government’s Implementation Oversight Group on reforms to penal policy.

At this event, the Commission is particularly interested in hearing from organisations which are based in Dublin and work with vulnerable groups or represent community interests, including the business community.

In addition to welcoming the perspectives of these organisations - as well as members of the public - we are inviting organisations directly involved in policing.

We encourage everyone to add their voice to the national conversation on the future of policing in Ireland by attending this important public meeting.

Please register your attendance here.