To all Irish Communities to stand against and fight crime before any more damage is done
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To Nóirín O'Sullivan and Councillors for Balbriggan,
We, the Community, are determined to receive help and we want to do it right!
In the past few months a noticeable growth in criminal acts in our town has raised a lot of controversy and fear (robberies, cars stolen, houses broken into, harassment and injuries, a fire).
The people of Balbriggan, Co. Dublin have raised their voices and are appealing to you, Mrs. Nóirín O'Sullivan, the Commissioner of An Garda Síochána – the head of the Garda Síochána, the national police service of Ireland. You, as The Garda Commissioner is appointed by the Government of Ireland, on the recommendation of the Minister for Justice and Equality. The Garda Commissioner who sits on the Irish government's National Security Committee (NSC), and is responsible for Ireland's domestic state security apparatus.
Councillors are the people a Community should contact if we have questions or concerns about local issues.
We, the Community, are demanding a fast action to cease the acts of violence on the streets of our town:
1. CCTV installed in all housing estates
2. WORKING lamp posts on all streets
3. MORE Garda officers patrolling the streets
We believe this will help all the people in the area, but also hope that this appeal will raise awareness in all Irish Communities to stand against and fight crime before any more damage is done.
Please, let us remind:
An Garda Síochána Motto: Working with communities to protect and serve (Irish: Ag obair le Pobail chun iad a chosaint agus chun freastal orthu)
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