Garda Emergency 999 or 112
You should use this service if a crime or incident is happening now or if anyone is in immediate danger.
Blanchardstown Garda Station 01 6667000
You should use this number if a crime has already happened or you would like to report suspicious activity in the area.
Please also inform one of the street coordinators if you are unsure or think that it may be appropriate to alert other households.
Blanchardstown Area Partnership (Care and Repair) 01 8066639
Access to local approved trades people to do work for the over 65’s
- If you are concerned or suspicious about a situation, contact the Gardaí
- Property can be replaced – don’t put your safety at risk
Neighbourhood Watch Contacts:
Neighbourhood watch is organised through an area coordinator that acts as a liaison between our watch and the Gardaí and street coordinators that work with the individual householders within the group.
We encourage you to get to know your local street coordinators and to share with them any incidents or concerns that you have about security in our area.
Area coordinator: Lorcan Sheehan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 1-24 The Pines: John Nolan, Charlie O’Connor, Peter Blessing
- 44 – 101 The Pines: Liam Delaney, John Murphy, Ruth Hogan
- Hadleigh Green & 25-27 The Pines: Carmel Grogan
- Hadleigh Court: Freda Gallagher, Dan O’Shea
- Hadleigh Park: Tom Kennington
- Beechpark Lawn: Seamus McCabe, Ellen Troy, Dermot Connellan, Nora Doyle