Community and Sport

Joint Policing Committees (JPCs) Support

Public Health and Safety

The Joint Policing Committee is established under An Garda Siochana Act 2005, with the most recent Guidelines for operation of JPCs issued on 29th August 2014.

Joint Policing Committees operate in a manner that offers an opportunity to develop greater consultation, cooperation and accountability between An Garda Siochana, Local Authorities and elected local representatives, with the participation of the community and voluntary sector, on the management of policing and crime issues. Each of the partners involved in JPCs has its own distinct perspective and inputs to offer, along with its own responsibilities in ensuring that society's needs  are effectively met to maintaine safe and secure communities.

Membership of the Fingal Joint Policing Committee (effective 2014) consists of the following:

  • 15 Local Authority Elected members (County Councillors)
  • 5 Oireachtas Elected members (TDs and Senators)
  • 2 Local Authority Officials
  • 2 An Garda Siochana Representatives
  • 7 Community Representatives

You can download a full list of current Committee members here.

Annual Reports and Reports of Public Meetings

Report of JPC Public Meetings 2018 agreed at the JPC Meeting on Friday 23rd May 2018.

Report of JPC Public Meetings 2017 agreed at the JPC Meeting on Friday 26th May 2017.

Report of JPC Public Meetings 2016 agreed at the JPC Meeting on Friday 27th May 2016.

Report of JPC Public Meetings 2015 agreed at the JPC Meeting on Friday 19th June 2015.

Contact Us

We have recently introduced a public email mailing list, with updates relating to local authority and Garda community safety initiatives.  If you would like to receive this email, please email  with your name and address and "subscribe to JPC mailing list" in the subjec tline.

For further information on the Fingal Joint Policing Committee, please email

For useful information on Crime Prevention and Community Policing, see