Seven new gardai are from Wexford
Published 11/02/2017 | 00:00
Seven recruits from County Wexford have passed out as probationary gardai from Templemore training college and are due to take up duty in stations around Leinster.
The Wexford recruits are Leona Stamp, Mark Maher, Dylan McGrath and Dylan Kiernan,all from Enniscorthy; Natasha Quigley from Wexford town, Darren Moulton from Bunclody and Sean Aspel from New Ross.
Leona Stamp and Mark Maher have both been assigned to Blackrock garda station in the Dublin Metropolitan East region; Natasha Quigley is to be stationed in Dun Laoghaire; Dylan McGrath is starting his Garda career in Tallaght, Darren Moulton and Dylan Kiernan have been appointed to Naas, County Kildare, and Sean Aspel is to be stationed in Kilkenny.
Three new probationer gardai are coming to Wexford - Katie Mundow of Ballinaclash, County Wicklow; Leon Fleming from Carlow town and James Commins from Piltown, County Kilkenny.
They were among 152 probationary Gardai who passed out from the Garda College in Templemore, County Tipperary last Thursday in a ceremony attended by the Garda Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan and the Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality Francis Fitzgerald. The latest recruits will be the first batch of new gardai to benefit from Labour Court recommendations on pay and conditions.