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23 May 2022

Former Kilkenny sergeant appointed as Superintendent for Garda District in the Midlands

Former Kilkenny sergeant appointed as Superintendent for Garda District in the Midlands

Superintendent David Nolan

A former Kilkenny-based garda and sergeant has been appointed as the new Superintendent for a Garda District in the Midlands.

Superintendent David Nolan, originally from Offaly, has been appointed to the Mullingar District having previously been Superintendent in Nenagh and most recently in Athlone. 

He joined the Gardai in 1999 and was stationed in Tramore in 2000 before moving to Kilkenny in 2002.

In 2008, he was promoted to sergeant in Thomastown before returning to Kilkenny city in 2009.

He was also sergeant-in-charge in Castlecomer in 2012 and a unit sergeant in 2013.

He gained promotion to inspector in 2014 and was stationed in Dungarvan, being the district court prosecutor there and in Lismore.

In 2016 he moved to Mullingar before taking up his role in Nenagh.

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