Written Answers. - Dublin Garda Station.

Thursday, 1 March 1990

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 396 No. 5

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  67.  Mr. McCartan  Information on Patrick McCartan  Zoom on Patrick McCartan   asked the Minister for Justice  Information on Ray Burke  Zoom on Ray Burke   if he will provide funding for the development of a Garda station at Donaghmeade, Dublin 13, based on the expansion of the Garda clinic at that location.

  68.  Mr. McCartan  Information on Patrick McCartan  Zoom on Patrick McCartan   asked the Minister for Justice  Information on Ray Burke  Zoom on Ray Burke   if he will outline the effectiveness or otherwise of the Garda clinic at Donaghmeade, Dublin 13; and if the clinic will be manned at the level envisaged when the scheme was first introduced.

Minister for Justice (Mr. Burke): Information on Ray Burke  Zoom on Ray Burke  I propose to take Questions Nos. 67 and 68 together.

As I indicated in reply to Question No. 73 on 8 November 1989, the Garda authorities consider that the police office or “clinic” at Donaghmeade is providing a satisfactory service and there are no proposals at present to establish a Garda station in the area. The “clinic” is being manned at the level envisaged from the outset and the Garda service available to the local authority has been further augmented by the assignment of three [1364] community gardaí to the area in November 1989.


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