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The issue of border policing in Leitrim in the event of a no-deal Brexit was raised at yesterday’s meeting of the Joint Policing Committee in Leitrim. Fine Gael Councillor and local election candidate Sean McDermott says there will be serious implications for those living along the border in the county…

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…

Drugs are a problem in all parts of Sligo and Leitrim not just in urban areas. That’s according to the head of the Sligo Leitrim Divisional Drugs Unit who says it’s now a nationwide problem and can no longer be linked uniquely to towns and cities. Speaking to Ocean FM…

A Sligo Councillor has stepped down from the Joint Policing Committee in the county. Independent Councillor Michael Clarke submitted his resignation at a meeting of the Council yesterday after submitting a motion saying he has concerns it’s a waste of resources. He received Council support for his motion to get…

Members of the public are invited to attend a meerting of the Leitrim Joint Policing Committee in Drumshanbo this evening. Among the speakers will be the chief executive of Leitrim County Council, Frank Curran; and Garda Chief Superintendent Michael Clancy and Superintendent Kevin English. There will also be speeches from…