Gardaí Are Growing Increasingly Frustrated By A Lack Of Progress On A New Garda Station For Macroom
The Garda Representative Association made the comments
It's after the Justice Department said it could not set a date for the completion of the project, despite repeated calls for work to begin.
Gardaí threatened to walk out of the 170 year old station eight years ago after an independent report commissioned by the GRA highlighted poor working conditions.
Speaking to RedFM News, Garda Jason Collins from the West Cork branch of the GRA says the latest developments will do nothing to improve morale of Gardaí in the West Cork division:
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