Little Sense Of Progress By Gardaí In Improving Crime Detection Rates
A new report's found there's "little sense of progress" by Gardai in improving crime detection rates.
The Policing Authority says over half of the force's targets weren't met in 2018.
But progress has been made in areas including the identification of suspects and victims of online child sexual exploitation.
Adrian Harmon has this report for RedFM News:
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