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GSOC involved in investigation after man dies in Trim crash
GSOC asks for the public's help with investigation into Dublin crash
Garda Ombudsman appeals for witnesses following death in garda custody
First anniversary of George Nkencho death marked with a candlelit walk
'Dublin Declaration' calls for new legislation to help whistleblowers
GSOC: Government must give greater protections to Irish whistleblowers
The Minister for Justice has sought to quell opposition to proposed powers for garda watchdog
GSOC launches investigation into ‘certain aspects’ of arrest of 14-year-old boy by Gardaí
March in Dublin to call for fresh inquiry into death of Terence Wheelock following 2005 arrest
Opinion: GSOC has made a difference - but it needs reform
Dr Vicky Conway
Garda hit with monetary sanction after intruder confronted President in Áras an Uachtaráin
Gardaí report 47 incidents involving tasers and stun devices last year including one on a dog
GSOC investigation launched after man and garda hospitalised following crash in Longford
USB key sent by Gsoc to garda internal affairs 'went missing after being sent in the post'
GSOC investigating as pedestrian left in 'critical condition' after being struck by car in Limerick
Gardaí investigating if school withheld information about alleged sexual assault of student
'He needed help, not bullets': George Nkencho's family call for public inquiry ahead of GSOC meeting
George Nkencho's family ask people not to share video of fatal shooting
Man dies and another man has life-threatening injuries after collision on N7 in Dublin
Investigation launched after garda member accidentally shoots himself in Dublin
Gsoc has received 169 complaints from the public over Covid policing measures
Gsoc investigation underway after Garda firearm discharged and two men arrested in Cork
AGSI 'disappointed' to learn of public complaints about gardaí who were not wearing masks
Garda sanctioned for failing to investigate complaint of sexual assault on a minor in 'timely fashion'
Varadkar to inquire why GSOC report into Dara Quigley's death has not been shared with the family
Couple facing trial accused of giving bogus information to GSoc
Garda accused of making a racist remark to suspect has findings against him quashed
Gsoc investigation under way into 'unintentional discharge' of Garda’s firearm
Gsoc investigation underway after garda accidentally shoots himself in the foot
Gardaí used pepper spray more than 250 times so far this year
Garda who struck protester with baton during housing demonstration disciplined two years later
Date set for full inquest into the death of Jastine Valdez's killer
DPP directs no action be taken against detective who shot Jastine Valdez killer
Two detectives who lost submachine gun in Dublin should not be disciplined, says Gsoc
Family of boy detained by gardaí lodges complaint with Garda Ombudsman
Garda did not investigate rape complaint despite being reminded 15 times
GSOC received nearly 2,000 complaints about the conduct of gardaí last year
Superintendents reject Gsoc claim they could be accused of cover-ups in investigations of gardaí
Gsoc received 24 new protected disclosures from officers last year - there are now 49 active cases