Chamber, Council And Gardaí Urge Public To Use ‘See Something, Say Something’

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Promoting the ‘See Something, Say Something’ service on Tuesday at Tralee Garda Station were Tralee Municipal District Officer Jean Foley, Insp Flor Murphy, Tralee Chamber CEO Colette O’Connor, Chief Supt Padraig Powell and Johnny McElligott.

TRALEE Chamber and the local Gardaí are reminding people to report any crime they see in the town during the festive season.

As the Christmas season is now in full swing with large numbers visiting the county capital, a they are reminding the public about the ‘See Something, Say Something’ text service.

Representatives from Tralee Chamber Alliance and Kerry County Council along with An Garda Síochána gathered at the Garda station on Tuesday to promote the alert system.

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“The See Something Say Something text alert service is a vital part of local policing here in Tralee and is there to be used, for those who are unwilling to make a phone call but see something they can confidently text 50555 anonymously and relay what they have noticed. We are delighted to see other towns in the county now rolling out the initiative,” said Colette O’Connor, Tralee Chamber CEO.

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