Publications

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Civil Defence Branch

February 24, 2015

Civil Defence has developed a new unmanned aerial vehicle capability to help with searching for missing people. Full details are available at  the link below: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Civil Defence Branch


SHARING THE ROAD WITH EMERGENCY SERVICE VEHICLES BASIC TIPS

December 6, 2012

RSA Emergency Vehicles [PDF]


02/12 – UPDATE The Wearing of the Civil Defence Volunteer Uniform

January 16, 2012

To: Each County/City Manager All Civil Defence Officers All Assistant Civil Defence Officers Cover Letter Circular CD 02 of 2012 UPDATED – Civil Defence Dress Code Circular 2013 UPDATE CIVIL DEFENCE CIRCULAR CD 02/2012 THE WEARING OF CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEER UNIFORM 1. The Civil Defence Board wishes to advise that new guidelines have been drawn… Read More


The Wearing of the Civil Defence Volunteer Uniform

January 16, 2012

Cover Letter Circular CD 02 of 2012 [PDF] The Wearing of the Civil Defence Volunteer Uniform Circular CD 02 of 2012 [PDF] To: Each County/City Manager All Civil Defence Officers All Assistant Civil Defence Officers CIVIL DEFENCE CIRCULAR CD 02/2012 THE WEARING OF CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEER UNIFORM 1. The Civil Defence Board wishes to advise that new… Read More


Code of Conduct

November 30, 2006

National Code of Conduct – June 06 [Word]


Ratra House – A Brief History

May 4, 2004

Ratra House was the home of Civil Defence since the organisation was established in 1950 until 2006 when the Headquarters was decentralised to Roscrea, Co. Tipperary. The lodge premises, which is located beside Arás an Uachtaran (official residence of the President of Ireland) in the Phoenix Park, Dublin was named Ratra House by the first… Read More