JPC – Joint Policing Committee – Do you have questions?

JPC and LCC logos togetherThe first Leitrim Joint Policing Committee (JPC) meeting since the Local Government elections of May 2019 takes place on Tuesday December 3rd next. Leitrim PPN has four representatives on the JPC –

Leitrim PPN Reps to JPC:
  • Breege Grimes, nominated by Carrigallen Community Care Council;
  • Kathleen Flanagan, nominated by Leitrim Residents’ Association Network;
  • Osazuwa Peter-Olabiyi, nominated by Leitrim International Community Group, and;
  • Janice Raine- Conick, nominated by Killargue Development Association.


Purpose of Leitrim JPC

The Joint Policing Committee was established to provide a forum for local authorities, local police and elected, agency and community stakeholders to consult, discuss and make recommendations on matters affecting the policing of the local authority’s administrative area.

You can read more about the JPC and its structure and what representation means in our website article – CLICK HERE.


What it means for You:

There are four meetings of the JPC each year, one of which is an open, public meeting (usually held in spring). Each representative to the JPC – including Leitrim PPN Reps – are entitled to bring 2 questions to the meeting. You, as a Leitrim PPN Member, are entitled to send questions through our representatives.

Questions may be asked about local policing issues, long term policies affecting your area or anything that might come under the remit of policing in Leitrim.

Confidentiality: Some issues that you wish to raise may be confidential in nature. These may be raised directly with the Representatives.


Call for questions:

If you have a question you would like raised with the Joint Policing Committee on behalf of your community, please get in touch by email – – or by phone at 087 183 1253 or 071 96 20005 ext 544/555. We can either pass the query on or put you in touch with a Representative directly.

The deadline for submission of questions for the December meeting is 5 pm on Wed. 20th November 2019.

We look forward to hearing from you.



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