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HIgh visibility policing is enabling the recovery of the night-time economy in Dublin following recent riots - LVA

Night-time economy bouncing back following Dublin riots – LVA

The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has said that the night-time economy is bouncing back following the recent riot in Dublin. Pubs and late bars both in the city centre and across the suburbs reported strong levels of business with significant numbers of customers returning to the city centre this weekend, reassured by the strong Garda […]

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LVA is seeking sustained, high profile policing to be adopted in Dublin

Policing strategy must be adjusted to ensure high profile, sustained Garda presence on Dublin streets into 2024 and beyond

LVA praised bravery of Gardaí and emergency responders who had to react to acts of lawlessness Extra concern must be shown for welfare and security of non-national community   Following the disturbing scenes in Dublin on Thursday 23rd November, the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has said adjustments must be made to the policing strategy to

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The LVA believes the additional resources for the Gardaí should see more police feet on Dublin streets

Additional Garda Resources should go towards “Extra Feet on Dublin Streets”

Business Support Scheme details needs to be practical and generous for pubs and small businesses in face of Government imposed costs The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has welcomed the allocation of additional resources in the Budget to An Garda Síochána, saying it is vital they go towards putting “extra feet on Dublin’s streets”. The LVA

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