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New Defence Forces Chief Of Staff Says Behaviour Change Needed In Response To Abuse Allegations.

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His comments come in the wake of allegations made by the Women of Honour Group.

The newly appointed head of the Defence Forces says behaviour has to change in response to allegations of bullying and sexual assault within the ranks.

His comments come in the wake of allegations made by the Women of Honour Group.

A confidential contact is to be appointed to help members who make a complaint.

Raiseaconcern is headquartered in Kildare and has offices in Straffan and Sallins

Chief of Staff of The Defence Forces, Lieutenant General Seán Clancy says action is being taken to deal with the problem:

Anthony O'Brien is a Defence Forces whistleblower who recently came forward when a number of people contacted him about alleged sexual abuse and assault in the Curragh Camp.

He has recently met with the confidential contact, and joined Clem Ryan on Wednesday's edition of Kildare Today

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