The Dublin City Council and An Gardai Siochana have launched a new anti-graffiti campaign aimed at young people called: ‘Think, Don’t Tag’.
Graffiti is very expensive to remove as it costs local authorities an estimated €1 million each year. Anyone caught ‘tagging’ could face time in prison or a fine of up to €2,000.
The main campaign message to young people is that they could risk their futures, if they tag.
For full information and to see the campaign’s animated video, visit www.garda.ie
Story Source: Garda.ie and Dublin City Council