Mission Statement

Justice4All – History, Mission Statement and Affidavits.

Important, please read this before submitting your case 

Justice4All grew out of a series of meetings held at the Red Cow Inn.  These meetings were facilitated by four Deputies: Deputy Mick Wallace, Deputy Clare Daly, Deputy Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan, and Deputy Joan Collins.   They held these meetings because of the high number of complaints that the deputies received concerning the An Garda Síochána and the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) and other aspects of Irish law enforcement and the judiciary.


The Red Cow meetings were informal gatherings and from these a steering committee was selected and that committee now runs justice4All.


Justice4All is not a legal support group.  Justice4 All seeks to guide the 4 TDs on how the law can be improved.  We do not support individuals in their legal cases. We do not provide assistance in court.  Justice4All is focused on the political aspects of legislation, law enforcement and the oversight of policing in Ireland.  Thus the 4 TDs who set up Justice4All know first hand what needs to be changed in Irish legislation and where the system has let down the citizens.


As well as assisting the TDs in their efforts, Justice4All is also political campaigning group.  We have held protests at the Department of Justice, Tullamore Garda Station,  Henry Street Garda Station in Limerick, Mullingar Garda Station, and most recently at the Taoiseach’s Office on Merrion Street.   We believe that our protests and the work of the TDs has contributed greatly to the opening up of the debate on policing in Ireland.


Other groups such as IntegrityIreland.ie and corruptioninireland.com support people in their cases.  Many Integrityireland.ie and Corruptioninireland.com members are members of Justice4All.ie.


For us to assist you we need your case history.  We need a sworn affidavit that tells your story from start to finish.  We do not take supporting paperwork, letters, court judgements, files, or any correspondence.  If you need to mention such documents, please reference them in your affidavit, but do not send them to us.  Your Affidavit should be comprehensive, without overly descriptive language, without side issues.  It should be written so that the committee can get a clear and full picture of what happened to you. Keep it factual and without too much emotion.

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