Garda statistics show drop in Limerick property crime

first_imgNewsCrime & CourtGarda statistics show drop in Limerick property crimeBy David Raleigh – October 17, 2019 211 Print Previous articleNews Roundup 19 October, 2019Next articleCocaine epidemic is biggest problem facing Limerick Gardaí David Raleigh Twitter “PROPERTY CRIME”, more commonly known as burglary, robbery and theft, is down by ten per cent in Limerick City and County, according to the latest local Garda crime statistics.The breakdown across districts showed a “sizeable drop” in Bruff where Gardaí recorded a 42 per cent decrease in burglaries, thefts and robbery.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up In Newcastle West property crime dropped by 12 per cent, from 335 to 294 incidents.In Bruff the number of recorded incidents was reduced from from 205 to 119.In the Roxboro Road Garda area, the figure had reduced by 14 per cent from 794 incidents to 679, and there was also a four per cent reduction in property crime in the Henry Street Garda area (from 1784 to 1712).“Across the board there were drops everywhere with regard to property crime, and that includes your burglary element in it. It is quiet positive,” Senior Crime and Policing Analyst Lynda Breen told a meeting of the Limerick Joint Policing Committee.She said that there has been a 17 per cent reduction in non-aggravated burglaries.In Newcastle West, Bruff, and Henry Street Garda areas there was a reduction in non-aggravated burglaries however in Roxboro Road there was a three per cent increase.Crimes Against the Person, including murder, murder threats, and assaults, dropped by four per cent across the city and county. Linkedincenter_img Facebook Email WhatsApp Advertisementlast_img read more

Customers: The real “core” of your business

first_imgby: Michelle Harbinak Shapiro“Sales 101, know your customer,” I overheard a colleague repeat several times at a recent training event.As cliché as it may sound, knowing your customer is the single most important thing for today’s financial institutions.Technology is changing consumer expectations. Today, your customers expect the most up-to-date information, anywhere – whether it’s for their personal, professional or financial lives. This, along with an increase in non-traditional banking options, has put consumers in the driving seat to force change in financial organizations. To stay relevant – and increase loyalty – banks need to focus on meeting these increasing customer needs.Be customer consciousTechnology such as enterprise content management (ECM) supports today’s crucial customer-centric banking strategies. With electronic documents and information saved in a secure, central system, employees are able to access customer information and documents directly through their core banking system or line-of-business interfaces without having to switch screens or applications. That means they can answer customer inquiries with a simple mouse-click.It also means they’re focusing on customers, not looking for information. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

10 things to do in Vegas at America’s Credit Union Conference

first_img The High RollerRight next to Caesar’s Palace (the conference’s official lodging partner) is The Linq, a hotel and shopping promenade full of things to see and do. Its major attraction is The High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel. At 520 feet in diameter, one revolution on this behemoth takes 30 minutes to complete. Shopping on the StripPlenty of great shopping is available throughout Sin City, the famed Las Vegas Strip features the greatest density of commerce, with hundreds of outlets offering clothes, jewelry, art, souvenirs, memorabilia and more. At the 2017 America’s Credit Union Conference, discovery is what it’s all about. In a schedule packed with opportunities to gain valuable knowledge, attendees get to discover the ideas, strategies, trends and technologies that are shaping the credit union industry.When the conference adjourns for the day, attendees will discover the sights and sounds of our host city, Las Vegas. The Entertainment Capital of the World has no shortage of thrills, attractions, and time killers. (Here are some things to get most excited about): Cirque du SoleilRadically transform the way you think about the circus with their thrilling acrobatic show. The Canadian entertainment juggernaut has a handful of resident shows in Las Vegas, including The Beatles LOVE, Zumanity and Michael Jackson ONE. Shows GaloreOf course, Cirque du Soliel isn’t the only game in town. Many of the world’s top entertainers call Las Vegas home, including prop comic Carrot Top, magician David Copperfield and the one-of-a-kind Blue Man Group. On Sunday, June 25, America’s Credit Union Conference attendees will be heading to a performance from country legends, Reba, Brooks & Dunn. Celebrity Restaurants NatureLas Vegas’ abundant natural beauty is one of its most underappreciated virtues. Red Rock Canyon’s vermillion ridges make for great sightseeing on bike rides or hikes, while the nearly 12,000-ft.-high Mount Charleston rewards hikers willing to get a little chilly with enchanting forests and fascinating Nevada wildlife. Helicopter ToursFrom the ground, Las Vegas can feel like sensory overload. Riding a helicopter thousands of feet in the air, however, you can fully appreciate the city’s luminous beauty, splendor and constant action. It’s a great way to cap off your Vegas stay and reflect on all that you’ve discovered in Sin City.America’s Credit Union Conference will be held June 25-28, 2017, in Las Vegas. To learn more and register, please visit acuc.cuna.org.center_img The Fountains of BellagioOne of Las Vegas’ most iconic attraction is free to experience. Dozens of times per day, the Bellagio Hotel puts on dazzling, unforgettable water shows choreographed to classic pop songs, Broadway tunes and jazz standards. Visit more than once—no two performances are the same! Gordon RamsayWolfgang PuckMario BataliGiada de LaurentiisSeveral culinary professionals have their own Vegas restaurant with its own unique flavor and atmosphere. Bring your appetite; world-famous cuisine is on the menu. Fremont Street ExperienceWhile this mall features plenty of noteworthy diversions, the main attraction is the pedestrian promenade’s 90-ft. Viva Vision canopy screen, which uses more than 12.5 million LED lights to create remarkable light shows all night long. Hoover DamBuilt from 1931 to 1936, the Hoover Dam continues to provide power to Las Vegas to this day. Consider taking a break from the glitz and glamor and head to Lake Mead to see this astonishing testament to American ingenuity, ambition, and dedication. 122SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more