A rise in domestic abuse incidents in the county during COVID-19 has been documented while the increase in barring orders being breached has been labelled as “horrendous”.
Targeted Garda checkpoints are hoped to tackle the complacency that has resulted in increased COVID-19 cases in Clare over the past month, the county’s Chief Superintendent has stated.
With COVID-19 cases continuing to rise nationally, Clare County Council and An Garda Síochána have appealed to people across the county to remain extra vigilant.
Three people have been arrested following the seizure of more than €100k in suspected drugs in Spancilhill on Wednesday.
A “marked increase” in the amount of emergency phone-calls from victims of domestic abuse have been recorded by Gardaí in Clare during COVID-19 restrictions.
Drug taking in Clare is on the increase but Gardaí in the county have pledged to “aggressively” deal with it…
Lessening fear has been attributed to the increased in reported rape and domestic violence cases in Clare, leading Garda officials…
A culture of money lending in Clare has been described as “insidious and ruthless” by a leading Garda official.
Lack of a follow up from An Garda Síochána in East Clare has been criticised by an elected representative.
Unlocked houses and cars are still giving “opportune criminals” easy access to goods owned by people in Clare.