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An Garda Siochana. (2022) An Garda Síochána strategy statement 2022 - 2024. Dublin: An Garda Siochana.

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This strategy was the result of one of our most extensive consultation processes to date, engaging with diverse communities, government, civil society, Garda personnel at every rank and grade and with our policing colleagues abroad. We listened to the experiences of people from across the country, in urban and rural settings and incorporated them into our priorities. Today, change is both rapid and constant. The rise in online crime and crimes against the vulnerable will feature prominently in the years ahead. Other challenges cannot be predicted and we must innovate and adapt our existing structures and supports to respond.

From policing priorities report: P. 5 Tackling organised and serious crime

Success will be measured by:
• Organised crime being disrupted as evidenced by preservation of life, seizures of weapons, drugs and assets and successful convictions
• At community level, attempts by organised criminals to engage young people in criminality and drugs intimidation being increasingly disrupted
• Increased capacity to prevent and respond to cyber crime including a reduction of the backlog of seized ICT devices leading to increased detections and convictions
• Increased capacity to prevent and respond to corruption, fraud, and other economic crime type

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