Darragh McDonagh, in The Times of Ireland, reports:
An Garda Síochána is set to spend up to €255,000 on a survey to find out what the public think of the organisation.
The policing authority is seeking a company to provide public survey services over 12 months. The contract is worth up to €255,000 excluding VAT, according to official tender documents.
The documents state that the survey plays an important role in the organisation: “The objective for An Garda Síochána is a top quality survey of public attitudes relating to awareness and effectiveness of garda publicity campaigns, and perceptions of crime at local and national level.”
The public will be asked their “views of the garda organisation and how it can be improved”…