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Noel Conroy was Garda Commissioner from July 2003 until he retired in November 2007. He was born in Aughleam, Erris, County Mayo. He attended Aughleam N.S. and St. Nathy’s College, Ballaghaderreen. He joined the Garda Síochána in 1963 and has had a distinguished career, serving at senior level in demanding sectors in the Gardaí.[dead link]
He was awarded a Silver Scott Medal in 1981. Most of his career was in the detective branch and he was part of T squad in the 1980s in Dublin when organised crime gangs of the day were targeted.
He is a graduate of the FBI Academy as well as FBI National Executive Institute. As Commissioner he was deeply involved with the Peace Process.
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