No member of the Garda Siochana died in the line of duty between 1942 and 1970. Since that date, 14 members of the force have paid the supreme price. Final Beat is their story.
No member of the Garda Siochana died in the line of duty between 1942 and 1970.
This is a list of Garda officers killed in the line of duty since the establishment of the Garda Síochána in 1922. The list includes all Gardaí who were killed in the service of the state (accidentally and unlawfully), as per the official Garda Síochána Roll of Honour. The list does not include members of previous police services or other law enforcement agencies in the Republic of Ireland, nor those in Northern Ireland.
13 October 1970: Liam Walsh died in a premature bomb explosion on a railway embankment in Dublin while Martin Casey was . a b c d Liz Walsh: The Final Beat, Gardaí Killed in the Line of Duty (Gill and Macmillan, Dublin.
13 October 1970: Liam Walsh died in a premature bomb explosion on a railway embankment in Dublin while Martin Casey was critically injured. 25 October 1971: Peter Graham assassinated in Dublin in what was referred to at the time as an internecine dispute about a large sum of money. His killers were never found. a b c d e f g "Badfellas".
Gardai killed in the line of duty. Published 2001 by Gill & Macmillan in Dublin. Biography, History, Ireland, Ireland.
a b c d Liz Walsh: The Final Beat, Gardaí Killed in the Line of Duty (Gill and Macmillan, Dublin. On 13 October 1970 Liam Walsh, a member of Saor Éire, died in a premature bomb explosion on a railway embankment in Dublin. a b c Irish Examiner, Reporter (18 April 2009). On 3 April 1970, in the course of a bank robbery in Dublin, a police officer, Garda Richard Fallon, was shot and killed.
Adrian Donohoe is the 87th Garda to have died in the course of his duty – and the 35th to die from a direct attack . Here are some of the other members of An Garda Síochána who have been fatally attacked on the line of duty. Henry Phelan: The first member of an independent Irish police force to be killed; he was shot dead without warning in Co Kilkenny in November 1922, when the force was still known as the ‘Civic Guard’. Michael Walsh: On October 1, 1942 Detective Garda Walsh was among a group from Cavan station proceeding to a house in Kilnaleck to arrest a criminal suspect. The suspect shot him, causing fatal injuries.
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