Only 2 days prior to the fatal capturing of Ballyfermot male, Michael Tormey, Cllr Daithí Doolan (SF) met neighborhood gardaí ato talk about the rise in terrible criminal activity as well as anti-social practices in the location.
Cllr Doolan, Chair of Dublin South Central Joint Policing Committee (JPC) stated the conference on Friday last (Jan 7) lasted approximately a half as well as an hour. “We discussed the recurring surge in anti-social behavior as well as volent crime,” he mentioned. “Both crucial concerns concurred were: that Ballyfermot GS need to be updated and also be an acting, fully independent garda terminal with enough sources and personnel to give appropriate policing solutions to Ballyfermot and Cherry Orchard.
“We comprehend that there are limited sources offered to Commissioner Drew Harris. I really feel the Minister for Justice Helen McEntee, TD as well as Commissioner Harris have to act quickly and also ensure added sources are provided to this community.
“Ballyfermot has endured excessive terrible crime over the last few years. It is now time for this government to prioritise policing in Ballyfermot.”
Commenting on the unlawful murder of married man, Michael Tormey on Thomond Road on Sunday last, Cllr Doolan stated the shooting was a violent assault overall area.