Peace Commissioner

Councillor Casserly is delighted to announce her new role as a Peace Commissioner to the people of South County Dublin and its surrounds.

She will follow in the footsteps of her Great Grandmother who also served the community as a Peace Commissioner.

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The Lucan councillor is “privileged” to have the honour bestowed upon her and is excited to assist people from across the county with important and necessary tasks.

She said: “I am so pleased to follow the example of my Great Grandmother Molly (Mary) Casserly, who was herself a Peace Commissioner. I feel very privileged to receive the official appointment as a Peace Commissioner in the County of Dublin and counties immediately adjoining.”



Some of the duties which come with the role include;
  • Taking statutory declarations
  • Witnessing signatures on documents as required by various authorities
  • Signing certificates and orders under various Acts

The Courts of Justice Act 1924 also gives Peace Commissioners the power to issue summons and warrants.

Cllr Casserly said: “Often when people are looking for someone to witness signatures on official documents they are unsure about where to go or what to do. I look forward to helping constituents and residents of the county by streamlining the process.”

If you need help with a Peace Commissioner matter you can email Councillor Casserly at or call her on 0858317982 or give details of your query in the contact form below.

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