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1. Organisation Details

Tell us about your organisation and it's aims: Select the Cause that most closely represents the work of your organisation: Select the Pilar that most closely represents the activities of your organisation: Groups Structure: If Other please describe: The Geographical area you operate in: Electoral Area of your main base: Number of people involved in your organisation: Year Established: Facebook Page:
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2. Main Address For Correspondence

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3. Main Contact Details

Are you the Main Contact for this Organisation?


Will you be the representative or the alternative for your organisation in relation to the PPN?:
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4. Alternative Details

Alternate First Name: Alternate Surname: Alternate Mobile: Alternate Email:

Joint Policing Committee (Crime & Safety) Reports

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Reports from the Joint Policing Committee (Crime & Safety)

These are indicative notes only by individual PPN Reps. These are not official minutes.

Jim Lawlor is one of your PPN Community Representative on the Joint Policing Committee (JPC / Crime and Safety). Below you will find his meeting reports.

  • 29th January 2016: Apologies submitted.
  • 27th May 2016: Attended. Report Forthcoming.

Michael Noonan is one of your PPN Community Representative on the Joint Policing Committee (JPC / Crime and Safety). Below you will find his meeting reports.

  • 29th January 2016: Apologies submitted.
  • 27th May 2016: Apologies submitted.

Ann Corrigan is one of your PPN Social Inclusion Representatives on the Joint Policing Committee (JPC / Crime and Safety). Below you will find her meeting reports.

  • 29th January 2016: Apologies Submitted.
  • 27th May 2016: Attended. Report Forthcoming.

Tara Deacy is one of your PPN Social Inclusion Representatives on the Joint Policing Committee (JPC / Crime and Safety). Below you will find her meeting reports.

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