6 Year Strategy

 

Kildare Joint Policing Committee Annual Public Meeting

Will take place on Monday 5th December at 7.00 p.m. - 9.00 p.m.

Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth

Under Section 36 of the Garda Siochana Act 2005, Joint Policing Committees have been established to provide a forum where Local Authority and senior Garda Officers responsible for the policing of that area, with the participation of Oireachtas members and community interests, can consult, discuss and make recommendations on matters affecting policing of that area. 

Contact

jpc@kildarecoco.ie

Guidelines

 Guidelines for Joint Policing Committees

Membership

List of current members of the Kildare Joint Policing Committee

2022 Meeting Dates

  1. Monday 7th March 3.00 p.m.
  2. Monday 13th June 3.00 p.m.
  3. Monday 5th September 3.00 p.m.
  4. Monday 5th December (Annual Public Meeting) 7.00 p.m.

Members of the public are welcome.

If you have any questions in relation to policing matters please email jpc@kildarecoco.ie at least 3 weeks in advance of the meeting dates listed above.

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Purpose of the Joint Policing Committee

The purpose of the Joint Policing Committee is to serve as a forum for consultations, discussions and recommendations on matters affecting the policing of a local authority's administrative area, and in particular to:

  • Keep under review: Levels and patterns of crime, disorder & anti-social behaviour in that area
  • Advise the Local Authority and the Gardai on how best they might perform their functions having regard to the need to do everything feasible to improve the safety and quality of life and to prevent crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour with the area.
  • Arrange and host public meetings concerning matters affecting the policing of the local authority's administrative area.
  • Establish in consultation with the local Garda Superintendent, as the committee considers necessary within specific neighbourhoods of the area, local policing fora to discuss and make recommendations to the committee.

Matters for consideration for Joint Policing Committees

 The matters to be considered by committees and subcommittees might include traffic, vandalism, anti-social behaviour, underage drinking, casual trading, litter, planning for events attracting large crowds, community based crime prevention initiatives, Garda Divisional and District annual policing plans and Local Authority initiatives.