This is just the Tip of the Iceberg, Sources inform me, at least 9 women were badly Abused in the Elite area of Dublin 4, 2, no Gardai, Hush Hush, sadly, these women deserve more no matter what Entitled Attitudes they have. Violence has no Social boundaries???

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Gardai made 217 domestic abuse arrests in under nine months

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Gardai made 217 domestic abuse arrests in under nine months

In under nine months, Gardai have made 217 arrests relating to domestic abuse during the course of Operation Faosieamh.a blurry image of a man: COVID-19 lockdown measures have many worried that victims of domestic abuse are likely to be trapped at home with their abusers Pic: Shutterstock© Provided by Extra.ie COVID-19 lockdown measures have many worried that victims of domestic abuse are likely to be trapped at home with their abusers Pic: Shutterstock

Operation Faosieamh commenced on April 1 and has continued in three phases over the course of the year.

Since October 28, 110 prosecutions, specifically related to investigations under Operation Faoiseamh Phase III, have commenced for breaches of orders issued under the Domestic Violence Act 2018.In under nine months, Gardai have made 217 arrests relating to domestic abuse during the course of Operation Faosieamh. Pic: Getty© Provided by Extra.ie In under nine months, Gardai have made 217 arrests relating to domestic abuse during the course of Operation Faosieamh. Pic: Getty

During the course of the operation, Gardai have recorded 20,699 contacts or attempts at contacting victims of domestic abuse in respect of relevant incidents reported between January 1, 2020 and October 12, 2020.

An Garda Siochana has recorded a 17% year on year increase to date in calls for assistance in respect of Domestic related issues between 2019 and 2020.During the course of the operation, Gardai have recorded 20,699 contacts or attempts at contacting victims of domestic abuse in respect of relevant incidents reported between January 1, 2020 and October 12, 2020. Pic: Getty© Provided by Extra.ie During the course of the operation, Gardai have recorded 20,699 contacts or attempts at contacting victims of domestic abuse in respect of relevant incidents reported between January 1, 2020 and October 12, 2020. Pic: Getty

Operation Faoiseamh is an initiative undertaken by An Garda Siochana for the purpose of providing enhanced proactive support to victims of domestic abuse while restriction on movement of people associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, are in place.

The operation will continue over the Christmas holiday period and thereafter while restrictions of movement are in place.a woman sitting on a bed: An Garda Siochana has recorded a 17% year on year increase to date in calls for assistance in respect of Domestic related issues between 2019 and 2020. Pic: Shutterstock© Provided by Extra.ie An Garda Siochana has recorded a 17% year on year increase to date in calls for assistance in respect of Domestic related issues between 2019 and 2020. Pic: Shutterstock

An Garda Siochana continues to treat all instances of domestic abuse as a priority and wishes to take this opportunity to once again re-enforce its commitment to keep people safe, and in particular the victims of domestic and sexual abuse.

The vulnerable and victims of abuse, will continue to receive the highest priority response from An Garda Siochana.a man wearing a hat: An Garda Siochana continues to treat all instances of domestic abuse as a priority and wishes to take this opportunity to once again re-enforce its commitment to keep people safe, and in particular the victims of domestic and sexual abuse.© Provided by Extra.ie An Garda Siochana continues to treat all instances of domestic abuse as a priority and wishes to take this opportunity to once again re-enforce its commitment to keep people safe, and in particular the victims of domestic and sexual abuse.

The Garda National Protective Service Bureau (GNPSB) is overseeing the implementation of this proactive initiative, which was launched with the aim of ensuring that victims of domestic abuse were supported and protected during this extraordinary time.

An Garda Siochana continues to liaise with and support their associates in State and non-State Agencies to facilitate continuity in respect of access to support services and Courts Services.

Frontline Gardai, the GNPSB and Divisional Protective Service Units (DPSU), now operational in every Garda division, are all resources available to respond to these crimes.a woman standing in front of a body of water: Frontline Gardai, the GNPSB and Divisional Protective Service Units (DPSU), now operational in every Garda division, are all resources available to respond to these crimes. Pic: Shutterstock© Provided by Extra.ie Frontline Gardai, the GNPSB and Divisional Protective Service Units (DPSU), now operational in every Garda division, are all resources available to respond to these crimes. Pic: Shutterstock

Detective Chief Superintendent Declan Daly, Garda National Protective Services Bureau stated: ‘Through our community engagement response to COVID-19, Operation Faoiseamh has protected victims, provided comfort and assurance to those victims experiencing domestic abuse.

‘An Garda Siochana are mindful of the fear and concern some in our community have during COVID restrictions. We continue to robustly provide assistance and support to victims of Domestic Abuse, and to all vulnerable victims.a man wearing a hat: ‘An Garda Siochana will continue to ensure your safety and I encourage anyone who feels threatened or is in fear to contact us and we will respond quickly and vigorously.’ Pic: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images© Provided by Extra.ie ‘An Garda Siochana will continue to ensure your safety and I encourage anyone who feels threatened or is in fear to contact us and we will respond quickly and vigorously.’ Pic: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images

‘An Garda Siochana will continue to ensure your safety and I encourage anyone who feels threatened or is in fear to contact us and we will respond quickly and vigorously.

‘If you are a victim of abuse or you know of a family member or friend who is a victim of such abuse, that information is important to us and I ask that you make contact with An Garda Síochána. If you require urgent assistance or support, please call 999 or 112, we are there to listen to help and to protect.’

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