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19th November 2023 - 25th November 2023
'We are going to get them': Taoiseach to expedite CCTV and incitement to hatred legislation
‘We are going to get them,’ Varadkar said when speaking about those who caused violence on the streets of Dublin yesterday.
This year
Debunked: Footage from an attack in the US has been re-shared to blame refugees in Ireland
CCTV footage from Phoenix, Arizona, showed a brutal assault
Last year
Police will not take action against Patrick Vieira
The Crystal Palace boss appeared to kick out at a fan following his team’s recent match at Everton.
All time
DPC warns about use of CCTV outside private homes after over 150 complaints in past year
Most complaints are mainly about neighbours who operate either a CCTV system or smart doorbell.
€20k CCTV system installed in area ravaged by the Drogheda feud
The CCTV system had been out of operation for more than seven years due to lack of funding.
Court rules against Data Protection Commissioner in long-running case sparked by 'Isis' graffiti in hospice
CCTV was checked to try and trace who did the graffiti. A worker was subsequently disciplined when spotted taking unauthorised breaks on the footage.
Trapped shoppers survive Thai mass killing by tracing shooter on CCTV
One family said a friend working in the CCTV control room gave them updates on his location.
Teenager who harassed women after they refused to kiss on London bus has sentence increased
The boy was given eight-month youth referral order due to the homophobic nature of the attack.
Man receives serious head injuries after he was beaten by gang of men on Dublin's O'Connell Street
No arrests have been made to date but gardaí will now seek CCTV images to help them with their investigation.
Special Criminal Court to admit recordings from covert audio devices in conspiracy to murder case
Liam Brannigan (37), from Bride Street, Dublin 8, is charged with conspiring to murder Gary Hanley.
What happened to the HSE's proposal for its own undercover investigations in care homes?
Back in 2014, then director general Tony O’Brien said it was time to look at these sorts of measures to protect vulnerable clients.
Two people jailed for illegally accessing CCTV footage of Emiliano Sala post-mortem
Sala’s plane went down in the English Channel as he flew to Cardiff on 21 January.
New law will pave the way for gardaí to wear body cams
Front-line gardaí have been calling for the roll out of equipment like body cameras and tasers.
Council to install CCTV system following vandalism at multi-million euro public park
It comes following a €40 million project to turn a former landfill site into a public park.
Police release CCTV footage of last known movements of man they suspect was murdered
A 26-year-old man and 20-year-old woman were rearrested on suspicion of murder on Monday evening.
Irish Rail releases CCTV footage of moment truck crashes into Amiens Street bridge
Train services were temporarily suspended between Connolly and Tara Street following the incident.
Man sentenced to minimum 9 years in prison for murder of Syrian national
Callin Wilson (20), currently of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to the murder of Hazem Ahmed Ghreir.
'It's been awful for the family': Gardaí release CCTV footage of Jón Jónsson's last seen movements
He has been missing from Dublin since 9 February.
Sod turned on the new runway at Dublin Airport, but some residents are not happy
Residents who live next to the airport have accused the government of ignoring their concerns over noise levels.
Three boys only cautioned after alleged sexual assault of girl outside local disco, Dáil hears
The incident was caught on CCTV and gardaí were called to the incident in 2016.
Delayed rollout of local CCTV cameras across the country criticised
Only 20 local CCTV schemes have received government funding despite €1 million being available.
Addiction centre worker who kicked service user in 'self defence' loses unfair dismissal case
Based on the CCTV footage alone the WRC adjudicator found that the complainant was not unfairly dismissed.
'Significant delays' to Dart as lorry drives through barrier at level crossing
Irish Rail released CCTV footage from the Serpentine level crossing at Sandymount in south Dublin.
Aer Lingus 'dismayed' at 'small subset' of staff who do not behave in an exemplary manner
SIPTU is to contact Aer Lingus over roll-out of CCTV in staff areas due to missing stock.
Dentists withdraw allegations of misconduct against each other after row over CCTV camera
The men had previously worked well together but the relationship became “toxic”, a court heard.
Bus driver, who lost job after requesting CCTV which showed him on phone while driving, reinstated
The man had requested the footage in order to prove he had been verbally abused by a manager.
Gardaí examining CCTV footage from nightclub where man was stabbed to death
The victim was a 23-year-old man from Limerick.
The government is going to use drones to crack down on illegal dumping
Local authorities and community groups can now apply for funding under the initiative.
CCTV released of man wanted for questioning over car crash that killed three teenagers
An Audi A5 collided with three boys who are believed to have been on the pavement at Shepiston Lane in London on Friday night.
Investigation launched after life-saving defibrillator 'smashed' on Limerick street
The medical device is worth in the region of €2,000, and had been made available on the public street following a local fundraising drive.
Security man who missed a break-in because he was looking at his mobile phone loses job
At the WRC hearing, the man said ‘his mobile phone was like an extension of his arm’.
Piers Morgan went full Liam Neeson from Taken on Twitter and was mercilessly ripped for it
“I will find you. Consider it a promise not a threat”
Community CCTV schemes could be a 'game changer' in helping prevent crime
The Data Commissioner is set to examine the status of community CCTV schemes.
No one has taken up the offer of free CCTV cameras from the government
To boost crime prevention, the Partnership of Government commits to supporting investment in CCTV at key locations along the road network and in urban centres.
Vandalism in south Dublin continues despite €20,000 investment in CCTV system
The council recently spent €20,000 on the security set-up.
Police arrest man (41) after releasing footage of jogger pushing woman into path of bus
The man was arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.
London police release footage of jogger pushing woman into path of bus
The bus swerved to avoid the victim, who sustained minor injuries.
Police searching landfill for blue suitcase used by Manchester bomber
Images of barrels stored in his car have also been released.
Dublin gay bar The George vandalised with homophobic, Nazi graffiti
The graffiti was first reported just after 10am this morning.
Hotel security guard sacked for showing guest CCTV footage of her engaging in sexual act
The man unsuccessfully sued for unfair dismissal.