One blogger’s view of Garda Vetting: “It is a truly absurd system. If ever there were a case of closing the door after the horse has bolted this is it.”

Garda Vetting is not fit for purpose according to Michael Commane in his blog Occasional Scribbles.

“…I actually find it a demeaning procedure. Every time I fill out those forms some sort of worrying feeling comes over me. And then the form itself is not fit for purpose. Believe it or not, it will not accept apostrophes, commas or full points when one is typing names and addresses…”

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