Garda to attend all funerals in Laois and Offaly



cyberianpan

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Indeed

Chief Superintendent John Scanlan is the dumbest mofo yet to hit that rank

Lots of burglaries happen during funerals in rural Ireland

The cops should ehmmm...be in places other than the funeral ?

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Well between funerals and brothels they'll have their hands fool. Good news for burglars in the area.
 

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Now if they were a bit smarter they could break in themselves while the funeral was taking place...
 

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In our local town their is a funeral home in the town, especially when u have big funerals the traffic can be terrible and their is never a guard to be seen directing traffic, so if the local funeral directer would have a good idea if a funeral would be large and if GS assissance is required he could just ring the local sergent foe help.
 

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Local radio giving out the death notices ,give out almost the house no, boreen, etc .It is practically telling the burglars where and when to rob the place.On Midwest and Galway Bay they give out the service times , the cemetry of burial etc.All these details should be kept from the airwaves and a different method should be considered.A SMS , FB,TWit,or some other way.The present system is a joke and local radio is not very sensible.
 

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Local radio giving out the death notices ,give out almost the house no, boreen, etc .It is practically telling the burglars where and when to rob the place.On Midwest and Galway Bay they give out the service times , the cemetry of burial etc.All these details should be kept from the airwaves and a different method should be considered.A SMS , FB,TWit,or some other way.The present system is a joke and local radio is not very sensible.
To address this, the gardai will go home with the bereaved afterwards to take their statements when they no doubt discover they’ve been broken into. Problem solved.
 

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I would prefer if the Guards were baton charging the Courts and cracking a few heads on the benches when Judge "Up his Own Arseh0le" gives a career criminal bail or yet another lenient sentence ,,

Or even better, just ignoring the judiciary and presenting all the evidence online to the people of this state about the career crims activity, victims, current crime ,,take the power away from the rubbish Courts, the mind boggles when they catch motorway robbery gangs with the stolen goods they can only prosecute them for receiving and not actually stealing ?
 

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Local radio giving out the death notices ,give out almost the house no, boreen, etc .It is practically telling the burglars where and when to rob the place.On Midwest and Galway Bay they give out the service times , the cemetry of burial etc.All these details should be kept from the airwaves and a different method should be considered.A SMS , FB,TWit,or some other way.The present system is a joke and local radio is not very sensible.
I don't know how else will u let people know when a person dies, it's not only local radios, u have RIP.ie website, they give all the details as well as the LR, the onlyreal answer is for some member of the family stays in the house during the funeral or leave a car or 2 outside the house.
 

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The country is falling apart at the seams. Kids are killing other kids. Ethnic minorities are burgling and stealing left, right and centre, with impunity and using the occasions of funerals to strike.

Funerals tend to police themselves, unless they involve the ethnic minority.

And someone thinks "Operation Respect" is a good idea. Extraordinary. It's straight from a spindoctor's handbook and nothing to do with crime prevention.
 
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