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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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3. Main Contact Details

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Will you be the representative or the alternative for your organisation in relation to the PPN?:
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Joint Policing Committee 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.

2018 Reports

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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