AGS appears to be following the UK, where making somebody "feel uncomfortabe" will result in a visit from the police.The Garda Commissioner said gardaí want to encourage victims to report these incidents to them.www.thejournal.ie
AGS appears to be following the UK, where making somebody "feel uncomfortabe" will result in a visit from the police.
where'd you find that out?Interesting. It appears Jonathan "Ryan" is the adopted son of indigenous German parents, and brought up in Cirencester Gloucestershire, the mother having lived in Paraguay.
Gloucestershire newspaper reporting he's a "construction worker".
German link with Lidl?
The new strategy defines a hate crime as any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be, in whole or in part, motivated by hostility or prejudice based on age, disability, race, colour, nationality, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or gender.Over the three years of the strategy enhanced reporting, recording, investigating and prosecuting mechanisms will be put in place in respect of hate crime.
It will also see "non-crime hate incidents" recorded on the Garda's Pulse database for the first time.
Gardaí in process of identifying individuals who 'posted racist abuse online' forcing young family to leave Ireland - Independent.ie