An Garda Síochána working with the Centre for Deaf Studies, Trinity College Dublin and Sign Language Interpreting Service have a link to IRIS to support members of the Deaf community.
IRIS is now set up in Cabra and Tralee Garda stations. This pilot program will provide better access to the Deaf community through ISL.
This pilot program is for six months. The program will be reviewed after six months.
The two Garda stations will provide a live video-link access to and Irish Sign Language interpreter using the Irish Remote Interpreting Service (IRIS).
Here is the link from An Garda Síochána, ISL video: https://vimeo.com/323829896
You can use IRIS for
The service is not suitable for:
You will need a face to face interpreter for making a statement or providing information about a legal or criminal case.