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PAC Chair Criticises Racing Body For Delay Installation Of CCTV At Ireland's Tracks.

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Funding was first allocated in 2018.

The Chair of the Public Accounts Committee is cricitising the Kildare bases Irish Horse Racing Regulatory Board.

Its over the IHRB's inability to provide a timeline for the installation of CCTV at race tracks across the country.

Funding was first allocated in 2018.

The Irish Examiner reports that the Curragh based body placed a €500,000 public tender in May for the installation of CCTV security systems in stable yards at each racecourse.

Leopardstown is the only racecourse in Ireland at which surveillance tech has been installed.

PAC Chair, Sinn Féin TD, Brian Stanley, has been speaking to Kildare Today.


Deputy Stanley joined Clem Ryan on Friday's edition of the programme.

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