Anti-Social Behaviour, Coolock, Raheny

Anti-Social Behaviour, Coolock

Gardaí vow to crack down on gang of youths carrying out indiscriminate assaults in north Dublin

At least two serious assaults were carried out by the one gang last week.

23/05/2020 16:47:00

Gardaí vow to crack down on gang of youths carrying out assaults in north Dublin

At least two serious assaults were carried out by the one gang last week.

On Tuesday, a 16-year-old boy received serious head injuries during an assault at Seagrange Park, Baldoyle. He was taken to Beaumont Hospital where he is said to be in a serious condition.A day previously, an off-duty garda and his son were attacked by the same gang of youths.

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Fianna Fáil TD Seán Haughey contacted senior gardaí in the district who assured him that policing resources were being allocated to help deal with this problem.In a reply to Haughey’s email, the Coolock Garda Station Superintendent said: “I have refocused the policing operation from high-density checkpoints to patrols of open amenity areas with a particular focus on youths and young adults. I have engaged Public Order Units in support of beat patrols and pedal cycle patrols.”

The Superintendent in Raheny Garda Station also said he had”deployed extra dedicated patrols to police public amenities to include Baldoyle, Sutton and Howth and our public parks”.#Open journalism No news is bad news Support The Journal Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you

Support us nowHaughey called on people to support the gardaí and to provide them with information to help their policing response.He said: “Most young people have acted responsibility during this pandemic, but I’m sure everyone has seen teenagers and young people who are disregarding public health advice by meeting in large groups and ignoring social distancing. Ultimately, these young people and their parents must take responsibility for their actions.

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Dont worry... arrests and deportations to follow. Did you ask the Howth Gardai for a statement, they cover that area when they are open. Why can’t we have some real reporting lads? Doesn’t fit the new modern wonderful ireland then Shoot to kill attitude Catch them, smash their knee caps, hobble the scumbags for life

diversity strikes I remember when communities asked the IRA to deal with anti social behaviour. There were 2 Gardai patrolling Sheriff St in 1982 and one of them told me, ' oh we're safe enough, they leave us alone'. True story... Yeah sure Start putting them in prison. That’s the only place they belong.

Description? Remember when the news used to give a description? For the safety of the public... Yeah, I remember. The OT needs to be reinstated LeoVaradkar gardainfo kids are being put at risk because of lack of policing along with scumbags being scumbags Bray too! What do you expect when the guards are now made up of fat women who can’t pass a basic fitness test. We’ve gone soft on law and order in this country and now we’re dealing with the consequences.

Pain is the only language these little bastards understand. Gardai backed up by the army need to round up these thugs and let them know what time it is. 2013 - 2018 - Sarah_Loughlin wonder who this was?Maybe the particular gang of particular individuals we seen out on Weds🤔 Africans?

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