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# vetting

Last year
Taoiseach: Officials vetting accommodation for refugees amid report of 'sex for housing' offer
Taoiseach says Ireland will take in a further 500 Ukrainian refugees that are currently in Moldova.
Recommendations for reform of garda vetting pushed back due to 'complex' nature of review
An inter-departmental group was due to submit its recommendations at the end of 2021 but this deadline was missed.
All time
Garda Commissioner says vetting for homelessness staff to be reviewed
The Garda Commissioner has said that there will be a review of garda vetting procedures for the homelessness sector.
Drake turned down a starring role in a Harvey Weinstein movie after 'bad feedback about working with him'
It was revealed in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Sinn Féin is against politicians being garda vetted
Dublin city councillors are due to debate a motion calling for them and other elected politicians to be garda vetted.
Five foster families are caring for children despite having their application rejected
The report added that standards of aftercare was also poor in some cases and that the uptake of training was poor.
Gardaí developing online vetting process to cut wait times
The the current average processing time for applications is around 14 weeks according to Minister for Justice Alan Shatter.
'Unworkable': Shatter rejects vetting idea from teachers
Around 42,000 serving teachers will have to be vetted retrospectively under new legislation, which one teachers’ union says will create long delays.