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Garda Síochána

(ˈɡɑːrdə ˌʃɪəˈxɑːnə)
n
the police force of the Republic of Ireland
[C20: from Irish Gaelic garda guard + síochána of the peace, from síocháin peace]
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Chief Supt Mangan, speaking to the Garda Review, revealed one key area for the detectives is online posts.
He added: "I am now calling for a full garda review and or cold case review into my sister's case.
A former editor of the Irish Times, he also edited the force magazine, the Garda Review, and was a founding commissioner of GSOC.
It says so in the latest edition of the Garda Review magazine.
In an article in the Garda Review, he said: "Due to their nature these type of attacks are a nightmare for police, as they are much harder to predict.
John Pender, 34, whose pregnant sister Fiona disappeared in 1996, said he knows who the chief suspect is and wants a full Garda review into the case.
A Garda review is under way into how the brute was wrongly released on bail several times leading up to the attack.
In an editorial in the Garda Review, the GRA cited a number of reasons why six gardai were deployed to arrest the TD.
A Garda review of the DNA evidence, announced in January, confirmed Ms Hayes was not the mother of the infant found at White Strand.
Inspector Gallagher told Garda Review: "The hooligans typically don't dress in the team colours but sometimes wear designer clothing.
Byline: JOHN O'KEEFFE Director of Communications, Garda Representative Association and Editor, Garda Review
Mr O'Sullivan, who revealed the scandal in this month's Garda Review, said another colleague was trying to use an interpreter over the phone while the individual was trying to barter for goods at a car boot sale.