A review into the standards of behaviour and internal culture of the Metropolitan Police Service took place as a result of recent high profile cases involving the London Met and some of its members. This review is very relevant in its’ criticism of the dilution of supervision within the Met and Chapter 4 has particular relevance given the implementation of the Op Model in our organisation.
On the 9th April 2022, Superintendent Joe Doherty retired and a function to mark the occasion was held at The Twin Trees Hotel in Ballina. A presentation on behalf of the Association was made to Joe to mark his 39 years service. Best wishes to Joe, Geraldine and family from all in the association
Chief Superintendent Ray McMahon, Superintendent Joe Doherty, Superintendent Joe McKenna, Assistant Principal Officer Mary Gildea, Superintendent Tom Calvey and Superintendent Gabriel Moran .
Conor and Mary Rowe, Joe and Geraldine Doherty, Sinead Nunez, Cathy and Ray Foley.
Retirement of Superintendent Joe Doherty in Twin Trees Hotel with Niall Doherty,Tara Rouse, Joe Doherty and Geraldine Doherty.
Detective Superintendent Seamus Nolan, Ernie Caffrey, Joe Doherty and Dara Calleary TD. Picture: John O’Grady.
A ‘Walk and Talk’ in beautiful Glenveagh National Park this morning for the 4 Superintendents and AP in Donegal, was a lovely day. Building on our “Wellness Days” idea.
AP Lisa Canney, Superintendents Karen Duffy (Ballyshannon), David Kelly (Milford), and Barry Doyle (Buncrana) and Goretti Sheridan (Letterkenny)
Joe McKenna retired recently from Castlebar and a function to mark the occasion was held at the Castlecourt Hotel in Westport. Best wishes to Joe and his family from all in the Association in the next chapter of his life.
Pictured: Superintendent Joe McKenna (third from right) with, Garda Evan McKenna, former assistant Garda Commissioner Barry O’Brien, Garda Chief Superintendent Raymond McMahon, former Garda Inspector and serving Councillor Christy Hyland and Association President Seamus Nolan who made a presentation to Joe on our behalf
Pictured are NEC members with Deputy Commissioner Coxon who was invited to attend the NEC meeting held on the 26th July to discuss issues affecting Superintendents