Joint Policing Committee

Joint Policing Committees operate in a manner that offers an opportunity to develop greater consultation, cooperation and accountability between An Garda Síochana, Local Authorities and elected local representatives, with the participation of the community and voluntary sector, on the management of policing and crime issues. Each of the partners involved in JPCs has its own distinct perspective and inputs to offer, along with its own responsibilities in ensuring that society's needs are effectively met to maintain safe and secure communities.

In accordance with the Guidelines, the Joint Policing Committee will consist of 28 members, i.e. 12 elected members of the Council, Oireachtas members, 2 Local Authority Officials, 2 nominees of the Garda Commissioner, and 6 Community nominees.

Membership

Local Authority Elected Members 

  • Cllr. Martin Baker
  • Cllr. Marie Casserly
  • Cllr. Margaret Gormley
  • Cllr. Thomas Healy
  • Cllr. Keith Henry
  • Cllr. Hubert Keaney
  • Cllr. Jerry Lundy
  • Cllr. Chris MacManus
  • Cllr. Dara Mulvey (Vice Chairperson)
  • Cllr. Gino O’Boyle
  • Cllr. Rosaleen O’Grady (Chairperson)
  • Cllr. Paul Taylor

 

Oireachtas Elected Members 

  • Eamonn Scanlon T.D.
  • Tony McLoughlin T.D.

 

Local Authority Official members 

  • Ciarán Hayes, Chief Executive
  • Margaret McConnell, Senior Executive Officer 

 

An Garda Síochána members  

  • Chief Superintendent Aidan Glacken
  • Superintendent Ray McMahon

 

PPN Community Members

  • Patrick Benson 
  • Vanessa Clarke
  • Pat Conway 
  • Tom McGettrick
  • Alan McMenamin 
  • David Tuffy