PPN REPS ON THE JOINT POLICING COMMITTEE

The Joint Policing Committee (JPC) aims to develop greater consultation, cooperation and synergy on policing and crime issues between An Garda Síochána, Local Authorities and elected local representatives. The JPC also facilitates the participation of the community and voluntary sector in this regard.

These are your PPN representatives on this committee:

REPS REPORTS

EU PARKING CARD/DISABLED PERSON’S PARKING PERMIT

EU PARKING CARD/DISABLED PERSON’S PARKING PERMIT EU Parking Card /Disabled person’s parking permits are issued to drivers or passengers who meet the criteria as laid down by the Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland. These permits are intended to facilitate ease of...

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Joint Policing Committee 9th July 2018 – Dermot Hayes

Q1 Representative Name Dermot hayes Q2 Committee Name Joint Policing Committee. Q3 Date of meeting 9th July Q4 Your college Social Inclusion Q5 Municipal District Ennis Q6 Were you asked to raise any issues on behalf of Clare PPN members at this meeting? no Q7 Main...

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MINUTES OF MEETINGS

Click HERE to read the minutes from Clare County Council’s Joint Policing Committee.

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