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I have bipolar and had a few admissions where I was

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Hi. I have bipolar and had a few admissions where I was detained/admitted by the garda. I need to be garda vetted for a course. Do these show up or are they medical. I have no criminal record.
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Republic of Ireland Law
Expert:  Buachaill replied 8 months ago.

1. Only criminal convictions will turn up on Garda vetting. In essence, detentions under the Mental Health Acts are not a criminal matter and they will not show up on Garda vetting, as they are a civil matter and don't concern the operation of the criminal justice system. The idea behind Garda vetting is to turn up criminal issue or child issues which will concern a person's ability to perform certain tasks. However, mental health issues are not something that is being vetted for as of now.

Expert:  Buachaill replied 8 months ago.

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