Sligo JPC pays tribute to retiring Superintendent Mary Murray

Photo: Chief Superintendent Aidan Glacken and Superintendent Mary Murray greeting Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan at Sligo Garda Station recently. Photo courtesy of Rory O’Brien.

Sligo’s Joint Policing Committee has paid tribute to outgoing Superintendent Mary Murray today.

Mary Murray has over 30 years service with An Garda Siochana and will retire at the end of the month.

She has served most of her career in Sligo Leitrim based in stations including Manorhamilton, Ballymote and for the last seven years as Superintendent in Sligo.

Chairperson Councillor Rosaleen O’Grady joined Chief Superintendent Aidan Glacken and CEO of the Council Ciaran Hayes in paying tribute to her.

Speaking to Ocean FM News following the meeting, Superintendent Murray said there have been many high profile and challenging policing activities during her career:

She also says that working with the local community is centre to successful policing in Ireland: