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All suspected activity should be reported to your local Garda station, NPWS conservation ranger or you can contact us in confidence. However, there is no relationship between the ownership of legally held, sporting firearms and criminal activity and to suggest so is Mr.
Issue Date: 05/02/2015 Glen Carney, of 52, Cloonmore Park, Tallaght, Dublin 24 appeared in custody at Naas District Court on Wednesday 4th. Evidence of Arrest, Charge and Caution were formally tendered by Detective Garda Niall Moloney of Carlow Detective Unit in front of Judge Desmond Zaidan. The offence of cruelty as enshrined under Animal Health and Welfare Act 2013...hunting a deer at night time using a lamp and hounds. David Stanton TD, Chairman of the Joint Committee , has invited the association to a meeting of the Committee to brief/discuss our submission in relation to the Review of Firearms Licensing.
We have received a number of complaints alleging members have been approached to act as buying agents for an Approved Game Handling Establishment (AGHE).
The approach involves the AGHE suggesting to the hunter that they buy deer carcasses from local hunters and friends on their behalf at a low price and the AGHE in turn remunerates the hunter at a higher price for the same deer carcasses.
For further tips on what to do if you suspect deer poaching click here to view our Shine a light on Poaching campaign poster.
The Wild Deer Association of Ireland is a key stakeholder in the consultation process and we will seek the views of our members over the coming weeks before making a comprehensive submission.
Minister Fitzgerald announces publication of report on firearms licensing Minister seeks submissions from public on proposed changes to licensing system Thursday 13 November, 2014 Frances Fitzgerald TD, Minister for Justice and Equality, has today published the report of the Garda Síochána / Department of Justice and Equality Working Group established to conduct a review of firearms licensing.
The Minister has invited interested parties to make submissions on this Working Group Report.
This process gives individuals and groups an opportunity to contribute to the development of firearms policy and legislation and will enable the Minister to consider the future direction of such legislation.
The Minister said: “A key objective of firearms legislation is to protect society from the dangers associated with the misuse of firearms.