Thursday, 1 March 1990
Dáil Éireann Debate
Criminal Justice (Forensic Evidence) Bill, 1989 [Seanad]: Second Stage.
The purpose of this Bill is to provide the Garda Síochána with power to take for forensic testing bodily samples such as blood, urine, saliva etc. from persons suspected of serious criminal offences. ...
Written Answers. - Dublin Garda Station.
Was asked: 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.
Written Answers. - Gardaí on Security Duties.
Having regard to security considerations, it would not be in the public interest for me to indicate the number of gardaí from any particular station who are engaged on security duties at any particula...
Written Answers. - Dublin Crime.
Was asked: the number of indictable crimes recorded for each of the stations of Coolock and Raheny, Dublin 5, and Howth, Dublin 13, in the past five years; and the number detected for the same stations and perio...
Written Answers. - Welfare Service for Garda Force.
Up to now, one welfare office has been assigned to the Garda Síochána. As I have already announced, the service is being expanded by the appointment of three further welfare officers who are taking ...
Written Answers. - Abolition of Death Penalty.
Was asked: if he will respond to the recent proposal of the editor of Garda Review that a minimum sentence of 25 years be imposed on those convicted of attempted murder of a member of An Garda Síochána on the ab...
Written Answers. - Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal.
Two million pounds was provided in the Estimates in each of the years 1989 and 1990 for the payment of compensation awarded by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal. In 1989, saving on other su...
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