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Though not discussed in court, it is possible to track the location of a phone using certain information, such as an email address and password, provided the phone’s location services are switched on.An invisible app may also be placed on a person’s phone to enable information, including location, to be passed to another person.Cork October 2017 3rd October: Understanding and Working with Attachment Issues - Carlow Town 4th October: Mindfulness & Resilience - Carlow Town 5th October: Guidance on Quality Documentation Procedures for Social Care Professionals - Swords, County Dublin 6th October: Leadership Skills and Change Management in Social Care - Galway City 9th October: Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and Self-Harm Awareness - Mitchelstown, County Cork 9th October: Child Protection - Carlow Town 13th October: Child Protection - Limerick City 16th October: Alcohol and Drug Awareness - Carlow Town 17th & 18th October: First Aid Response (FAR) -Swords, County Dublin 19th October: Promoting Effective Practice to Reduce and Respond to Bullying - Carlow Town 23rd October: Professional Supervision training for Social Care Leaders and Managers - Limerick City 24th October: Understanding and Working with Attachment Issues - Mitchelstown, County Cork 30th October: Professional Supervision training for Social Care Leaders and Managers - Carlow Town 31st October: Conflict Resolution - Carlow Town November 2017 1st November: Manual Handling and Workplace Safety - Naas, County Kildare 1st November: Manual Handling and People Moving - Naas, County Kildare 1st November: Child Protection -Killarney, County Kerry 2nd November: Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and Self-Harm Awareness - Swords, County Dublin 7th November: Auditing of Residential Care Services - Carlow Town 8th November: Child Protection - Oranmore, County Galway 9th November: Professional Supervision training for Social Care Leaders and Managers - Oranmore, County Galway 14th November: Working with Bereavement, Separation, Loss and Trauma - Carlow Town 15th November: Understanding and Working with Attachment Issues - Killarney, County Kerry 16th & 17th November: First Aid Response (FAR) - Mitchelstown, County Cork 21st November: Understanding and Working with Attachment Issues - Galway City 23rd November: Leadership Skills and Change Management in Social Care - Mitchelstown, County Cork 24th November: Guidance on Quality Documentation Procedures for Social Care Professionals - Carlow Town 28th November: Mental Health Awareness - Mitchelstown, County Cork 30th November: Professional Supervision training for Social Care Leaders and Managers - Killarney, County Kerry December 2017 5th December: Child Protection - Swords, County Dublin 5th December: Understanding and Working with Attachment Issues - Limerick City 6th December: Professional Supervision training for Social Care Leaders and Managers - Swords, County Dublin 6th & 7th December: First Aid Response (FAR) - Carlow Town 8th December: Person Centred Planning - Carlow Town 8th December: Social Care Risk Assessment & Management - Carlow Town 11th December: Guidance on Quality Documentation Procedures for Social Care Professionals - Swords, County Dublin 11th December: Manual Handling and Workplace Safety - Harold’s Cross, Dublin 11th December: Manual Handling and People Moving - Harold’s Cross, Dublin 12th December: Child Protection - Mitchelstown, County Cork 15th December: Professional Supervision training for Social Care Leaders and Managers - Mitchelstown, County Cork 18th December: Understanding and Working with Attachment Issues - Swords, County Dublin 18th December: Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and Self-Harm - Galway City 19th December: Leadership Skills and Change Management in Social Care - Carlow Town For more information or to book places on their courses, check out each course listed on their homepage email [email protected] had allegedly cut her with glass and burnt her with a cigarette A woman had to leave a domestic violence refuge after her husband tracked her there using the location of her phone, the Dublin District Family Court was told on Thursday.In the first of a series of ex-parte applications – made with only one side present – a young woman told Judge Gerard Furlong that, in May, her husband slapped her in the face and arms, pushed her and cut her with glass.Barring order Meanwhile, another woman was given an eight-day barring order against her partner after showing the judge her arms. There had been no argument before the violent outburst. She had also raised her arm to hit their teenage daughter, but stopped herself.The mother-of-four said two days earlier her partner had slapped her in the head a few times and then later punched her in the head and arms. He said he was worried about the teenager who was afraid of her mother.

Dublin 22nd September: Guidance on Quality Documentation Procedures for Social Care Professionals - Mitchelstown, Co.He said the 1998 Act was “broad” and child pornography was defined as “any visual representation” whose dominant characteristic is the depiction, for a sexual purpose, of the genital or anal region of a child.He said this could arguably include 3D representations like child sex dolls, but added: “The prosecution would have to prove that the dominant purpose of the doll is the depiction, for a sexual purpose, of the genital or anal region of a child.Revenue Customs also, midweek, said prohibited items, including obscene material, may be seized by customs and added: “Depending on the facts and circumstances, possession of dolls of the type referred to may constitute an offence under the Child Trafficking and Pornography Act.” The Department of Justice said there were no current plans to amend the definition of child pornography further but that “issues such as this are kept under continuing review”.Professor of law at the University of Limerick, Shane Kilcommins, said he believed any prosecution “would be contested in court” and it would be “difficult to prove”.