1. 'If you feel uncomfortable or threatened, report it': Hate crime definition introduced for gardaí  TheJournal.ie
  2. Gardaí in process of identifying individuals who 'posted racist abuse online' forcing young family to leave Ireland  Independent.ie
  3. Garda Commissioner: Doubling penalty points at high-risk times 'worth considering'  Irish Examiner
  4. Gardaí investigating online abuse of family who appeared on Lidl ad identifying suspects  BreakingNews.ie
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The Garda Commissioner said gardaí want to encourage victims to report these incidents to them. The Garda Commissioner said gardaí want to encourage victims to report these incidents to them.

'If you feel uncomfortable or threatened, report it': Hate crime definition introduced for gardaí

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has said gardai are in the process of identifying individuals who allegedly posted racist abuse online forcing a young family to leave Ireland.Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has said gardai are in the process of identifying individuals who allegedly posted racist abuse online forcing a young family to leave Ireland.

Gardaí in process of identifying individuals who 'posted racist abuse online' forcing young family to leave Ireland - Independent.ie

Headline Garda Commissioner: Doubling penalty points at high-risk times 'worth considering'The Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has said the force is considering imposing double penalty points for motorists caught speeding on bank holiday weekends.

Garda Commissioner: Doubling penalty points at high-risk times 'worth considering'

The Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has said officers are identifying suspects involved in online abuse directed at a family, who have been forced to leave Ireland after receiving a death threat.The Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has said officers are identifying suspects involved in online abuse directed at a family, who have been forced to leave Ireland after receiving a death threat.

TD slams Twitter's 'weak' response to online abuse of family who appeared on Lidl ad