County Wexford Joint Policing Committee – Annual Public Meeting 2021
A public meeting of the Wexford Joint Policing Committee will be held on:
Date: Wednesday 17th November 2021
Venue: St. Michaels Theatre, South Street, New Ross
The Joint Policing Committee consists of members of An Garda Siochána, Elected members of Wexford County Council, Oireachtas Members representing County Wexford, Officials of Wexford County Council and Community Representatives. The Function of the Joint Policing Committee is to serve as a forum for consultation, discussion and recommendations on matters affecting the policing of County Wexford.
The Joint Policing Committee welcomes the public’s views on items for discussion. It is proposed that the discussion will focus on the strategic goal as outlined in the Wexford Joint Policing Committee 6-year Strategic Plan 2016 – 2021 as follows:
Strategic Goal 1 – Crime Prevention & Community Safety - Development of community text alert throughout Co.Wexford
Members of the public are invited to attend, to express their views and any person affected by the policing of County Wexford may put questions to the Joint Policing Committee on general policing matters affecting the policing of County Wexford.
To facilitate the preparation of a full response to questions raised by members of the public, all questions are to be submitted in advance of the public meetings. Questions can be taken at the meetings but full information may not be available.
All questions concerning the policing of County Wexford should be submitted in writing to reach the Administrator of the Joint Policing Committee no later than Tuesday 09th November 2021 by post or email and must include the name and address of the person submitting the question, which will not be published.
Wexford County Council.
JPC Administrator email@example.com
Those who require alternative arrangements for the submission of questions may contact the following number (053) 9196527.
The public are advised that in some circumstances, for legal reasons, it may not be possible to answer specific questions for example:
- Information that may relate to a specific investigation
- Information that relates to an individual
- Information received by An Garda Siochána or the Local Authority in confidence
- It is deemed prejudicial to a Garda operational matter
Covid -19 meeting restrictions - As in line with national guidelines, members of the public will be asked to present an EU COVID Certificate and to have a facemask on before entering the meeting venue.