Garda Colouring Book
** Kindly note that all enquiries in relation to local policing issues should be referred to your local Garda Station.
If you have any specific queries in relation to the National Model of Community Policing, the
Garda Bureau of Community Engagement
Dublin 2 D02 DH42
Tel: +353 1 666 3806/08/09
The Garda Charter “Working with our Communities”
The Garda Charter is available to download from this page in English, Irish and a number of other languages – please use the links on the right hand side.
The Garda Charter outlines An Garda Síochána’s commitment to honesty, accountability, respect and professionalism in all Garda dealings with members of the community.
We will take special cognisance of the priorities and needs of local communities and endeavour to make them safer places to live, visit and work in.
Where can I get a copy of the Garda Charter?
The Charter is available to download here (use the links on the right hand side of the page) in English, Irish and a number of other languages. The Garda Charter is available in Braille from Inspector, Policy & Planning Unit. Tel: 01 666 7474 Copies of the Garda Charter will also be available in Garda Stations around the country. To see contact information for your local Garda Station, please click here
An Garda Síochána is appealing to motorists to park smart as one third of all cars broken into were left unlocked.
Gardaí seek to warn the public, in particular vulnerable older people, about a scam tricking them into purchasing iTunes gift cards.
CCTV schemes are in operation around the country
Communities working in partnership with AGS and Muintir na Tíre
Background and documents relating to Community Policing
A community safety programme for urban areas
Information on JPCs
Traffic Watch: 1890 205805
Crimestoppers: 1800 250025