Message from the District Officer
Superintendent John Quilter
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the members of Ballintotis Community Council and Community Alert Scheme for their foresight displayed in this new initiative which is being supported by our Community Gardai here at Midleton Garda Station.
We hope that, over time, we will be able to keep you informed of incidents that are occurring in your area, and methods you can adopt as a Community to counteract any anti-social activity or criminal activity in our District. We will then work together to design-out anti-social hotspots and take action that will deter criminals and prevent and detect crime.
An Garda Síochána in Midleton District are currently striving to increase our involvement with the local Communities and we see this venture as a measure to keep you, our Community, informed of what is going on in the area. An Garda Síochána is grateful for the opportunity to appear on your web site and to offer this service to you.
Our hope, going into the future, is to make our Community a safer area to live in. We look forward to working with you to achieve this aim.
John Quilter, Superintendent
Meet our Staff
Midleton Garda District
At present there are a number of personnel working on the project to bring information to you on a weekly basis. Please find hereunder a short description of the work being carried out by each.
Each member is available to tackle any issues you may have and will only be too glad to assist you in whatever way we can.
Sergeant Damien McNamara - Area Administrator, Midleton Garda Sub District and Sergeant in Charge of the Midleton, Cloyne, Whitegate and Ballycotton Garda Sub Districts.
Sergeant Claire Kenealy - Sergeant with responsibility for Community Policing in Midleton District including, Community Alert, Neighbourhood Watch and Community Policing.
Community Policing Appointment
An Garda Síochána in Midleton is pleased to announce the appointment of Garda Rachel McGrath as full time Community Policing Garda.
Rachel joined An Garda Síochána in early 2006 and has been allocated to Midleton Garda station since her attestation to the Force. While undergoing her training at the Garda College, Rachel was awarded the Templemore Town Council Medal, which is awarded for outstanding contributions to the Community while undergoing training. Rachel trained in Midleton District.
Garda Mc Grath along with her immediate supervisor Sergeant Claire Kenealy will have overall responsibility within the District for all community-related projects, including Community Alert Schemes and Neighbourhood Watch.
This appointment falls into place with our continued commitment to working in partnership with the Community and providing the best possible service, in accordance with the National, Divisional and District Policing Plans.