Tusla fined €40,000 in second GDPR breach

Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, has been fined €40,000 by the Data Protection Commission (DPC) after it sent a letter containing allegations of abuse to a third party who then uploaded it to social media.

Published 29 June 2020

Tusla fined €75,000 for breaches of GDPR rules

Tusla has been fined a total of €75,000 for breaching GDPR rules in the first fines of their kind in Ireland.

Published 18 May 2020

Tusla to challenge court order to pay €35,000 to solicitor to secure vulnerable boy's accommodation

Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, is set to challenge a court order to pay €35,000 to a solicitor to help find suitable accommodation for a vulnerable 17-year-old boy.

Published 13 September 2019

Plans to regulate childminders put out to public consultation

Plans to require childminders to register with Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, have gone out to public consultation.

Published 30 August 2019

Tusla files backlog was fault of 'organisational failure'

A backlog of hundreds of unidentified files in a Tusla office, including urgent cases involving convicted sex offenders, was the fault of "organisational failure", according to a damning report seen by The Irish Times.

Published 14 August 2019