568 fam­i­lies home­less

Fingal Independent - - NEWS -

FIN­GAL County Coun­cil are cur­rently in touch with some 568 AN in­de­pen­dent coun­cil­lor has called for CCTV sup­port for the fam­i­lies who are home­less or at risk of home­less­ness, the lo­cal ru­ral com­mu­nity to guard against crime. author­ity has re­vealed. Cllr Cathal Boland (NP) made the call and in re­sponse, the

An­swer­ing a ques­tion in the is­sue from Cllr Roberto O’dono- coun­cil re­ported: ‘The avail­abil­ity & use of CCTV has been raised ghue (Lab), the coun­cil re­ported: ‘Fin­gal County Coun­cil is at the Fin­gal Joint Policing Com­mit­tee how­ever Lo­cal Au­thor­i­ties cur­rently in con­tact with 568 fam­i­lies who are in Home­less have been ad­vised to de­fer any CCTV pro­grammes within their cir­cum­stances or at risk of Home­less­ness, the vast ma­jor­ity of ad­min­is­tra­tive ar­eas un­til Data Pro­tec­tion is­sues have been re- which are still re­sid­ing in pri­vate rented ac­com­mo­da­tion or with viewed and clear guid­ance from the Of­fice of the Data Pro­tec­tion fam­ily sup­port.’ Com­mis­sioner has is­sued.’

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