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Templemore to close for 2 years


cyberianpan

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Some of the better sergeants & inspectors in the country are in Templemore

and large numbers of training officers redeployed to routine policing duties
This means they'll hit the streets again

cYp
 

Ecoguy

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Potential solution to budget crisis

How to deal with excess Civil/Public servants in the system(assuming there are many/any!!)

1) Ones with third level qualifications should become teachers etc.

2) All the others could be trained up to be gardai etc.

Crisis over:)
 

CookieMonster

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They're Gardaí, not Guards.
 

EarlyBird

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Some of the better sergeants & inspectors in the country are in Templemore



This means they'll hit the streets again

cYp
We're saved :lol:

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NUdre5SpRw]YouTube - cowboys[/ame]

I have heard many a story about the high jinks that goes on in Templemore.
 

perprojustice

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Every body likes to hit out at the Gardai in times of strife, why should the government be any different.

Is this part punishment for marching and defying the powers that be?

This ban on recruitment and closing of templemore will come back to haunt this government.

By the time they have all the instructors etc transferred and relocated, with all the transfer expenses paid, and a maintenance firm brought in it will have cost them more than keeping it open.

Most of these instructors have families living in Templemore and children going to school there. Have they taken that into consideration?.

What about all those Garda houses that were provided for the instructors? do they still own them?
I do not think there will be too many FF votes in that part of Tipperary at the next election....shortly
 

Catalpa

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Truly Dumb decision making when what we are heading into will for certain lead to an increase in violent crime.

Fine Gael have just been handed a sure fire vote winner on a platter....

We need more Irishmen and women joing An Garda Síochána

- not less!
 

Wakeupcall

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Dont worry, we will have EU or other soldiers roaming our streets to protect us... You will see... Cross your legs and dot your eyes...
 

perprojustice

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Truly Dumb decision making when what we are heading into will for certain lead to an increase in violent crime.

Fine Gael have just been handed a sure fire vote winner on a platter....

We need more Irishmen and women joing An Garda Síochána

- not less!
very true indeed.
 

liathroidi

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Templemore hasn't produced a good cop. ever. whatever they teach down there it ain't the solving of crime. shut it down already I say.
 

anlkestony

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Templemore hasn't produced a good cop. ever. whatever they teach down there it ain't the solving of crime. shut it down already I say.
That is pathetic. There were good cops produced. Some bad but sure every org. has the same problem. Cutting the Gardai at this time will prove to be wrong.
 

perprojustice

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Templemore hasn't produced a good cop. ever. whatever they teach down there it ain't the solving of crime. shut it down already I say.
That is a load of rubbish. the majority of those who come out of Templemore are good policemen.

We may all have problems with one or two or maybe three policeman but to categorise them as you have is ludicrous
 

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liathroidi

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That is a load of rubbish. the majority of those who come out of Templemore are good policemen.

We may all have problems with one or two or maybe three policeman but to categorise them as you have is ludicrous

Really? I can reel off stories about bad cops from

Pearse Street - remember the 2 girls who banged on the side of a van in Grafton Street because it was reversing towards people? They were dragged into the back of the van, assaulted. Made a complaint then,...

Castleknock - They lived in castleknock and for years after they made a complaint were stopped regularly, harrassed.

This all came out in court where the cops coughed up 40 grand of OUR cash

Ok...that's 2 areas. Do you want another 20?

Irish cops are a law unto themselves and are crap at their job. Look at their crime detection rate. Few bad apples? sure.....
 

iartaoiseach

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IMO templemore is part of the problem. they all come out of it brainwashed. ever seen a garda on TV trying in vain to string a coherent sentence together. nearly as bad as the yanks with their police terminology. it must also be a part of the curriculum down there to teach them to be as pig ignorant(no pun intended) and smart assed as possible to members of the public when dealing with them at checkpoints etc. a bit of respect and courtesy to the people who pay their wages wouldn't go amiss. they could teach a few of them the rules of the road while they are at it.
 

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Irish cops are a law unto themselves and are crap at their job.
You remind me of the type of skannger who slags off the cops, but would go running to them if anybody made you cry. You sir are an idiot
 
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