Joint Policing Committee (JPC) – Community Pillar Election 2019


Meet the Nominees

Ger Moloney
Ger MoloneyGlanmire Community Association
Hi, my name is Ger Moloney and I have been put forward for election on behalf of The Glanmire Community Association Committee. I currently work full-time as a public servant and have a great interest in the community and making it a safer environment for my 3 teens and others to grow up in and live in.

I am a community First Responder and on the Safe Committee (A Suicide Awareness Group) also, so have a deep commitment to my community and what’s happening in the area.

I run a large informative Facebook Group with 6800 local members called Mums of Glanmire where I do my utmost to make sure mums are informed re all local issues in a positive way.

Derek Connolly
Derek ConnollySt Joseph's Community Association
Derek brings over 20 years experience working as a volunteer in the Mayfield Area in St Joseph’s Community Association, Mayfield.

The Community Centre is one of the busiest centre’s in the city catering for young and young at heart. The Centre opens at 8.30am and closes at 10.30pm with Naonira, Youth Groups, Active Retired, Ladies Club, No Name Club, Meals on Wheels, Youth Project and various other groups all using premises.

The Community Centre got a major refurbishment back in 2008 which Derek was to the forefront on a daily basis working with City Hall Officials, Builders and Engineers to get the €1 million development complete. He also worked hand in hand with Cork City Council to secure funding from a number of Government Depts.

Voluntary work is very important to Derek’s Life involved in a number of Community Groups in the past such as LCDC, Cork Local Drugs and Alcohol Task Force, Mayfield Community Volunteer Award’s, Community Games and GAA etc. Community activity is very important to the local people with various service’s helping people on a daily basis.

James Nolan
James NolanShandon Area Renewal Association
A member of Cork City’s JPC during its last term as one of the PPN’s Community Reps, James has a long history of community involvement, particularly in the Shandon Area of the City.
Deirdre Healy
Deirdre HealyBlarney Vintage Club
Hi, my name is Deirdre Healy and I have been Secretary of Blarney Vintage Club since 1999. I have a very strong interest in all things community related and am involved in a range of community activities, including being an active member of Blarney Community First Responders and Chair of the Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland Fundraising Committee in Bessboro.

I am heavily involved in running a range of events throughout each year, my favourite of which is the Classic and Vintage Car Show that brings together over 100 classic cars in Blarney village to raise money for charity.

I have a very strong interest in policing and community safety and would be delighted to have your support so I can join the City’s Joint Policing Committee.