WELCOME TO OBERSTOWN
Oberstown Children Detention Campus (Oberstown) provides a safe and secure environment for young people sentenced or remanded by the Courts.
Oberstown recognises the need to empower the voices of young people on Campus. The Campus Council is a key initiative through which young people have their voices heard.
Oberstown is expanding its educational offering for young people from traditional methods of learning to practical and skills-based training.
18 March 2021: Oberstown Children Detention Campus has today welcomed the findings of a December 2020 inspection by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA). This was a thematic inspection undertaken in December 2020, so notably, while the campus continued...
Ibec KeepWell Mark accreditation has offered external validation of the commitment to health and wellbeing in Oberstown, and recognition in the 2020 KeepWell Awards was a terrific milestone on our journey as we continue to build our employee health and wellbeing...
Oberstown has won Wellbeing Initiative of the Year at the Ibec KeepWell Awards 2020. The announcement was made on Tuesday 25 August at a virtual awards ceremony broadcast via live stream from the Mansion House in Dublin. The Ibec KeepWell Awards celebrate companies...
VICTIM LIAISON SERVICE
Victims of crime can voluntarily register with Oberstown. A registered victim is entitled to seek information related to the release, transfer, early discharge and periods of temporary leave the offender has during the Detention Order. When victims of crime request, the Oberstown’s Victim Liaison Officer will enter into direct contact with them to inform them of any significant developments.
The individual and collective efforts of all Oberstown staff have helped to keep the campus free from COVID-19 to date. We continue to observe public health guidelines on the prevention of coronavirus on and off campus and are continuously monitoring and adjusting arrangements on campus.
As a result and in line with the Government advice and recommendations on best practice, as of Monday 10 May 2021, Oberstown Visitors’ Centre will reopen to all immediate family/guardian screened visits.
Videolink and virtual calls will continue as normal.
The following will need to be taken into account when requesting a slot for a visit:
- All visits will be fully screened.
- Immediate family/guardians only.
- Maximum of four visitors at any one time.
- All visitors are to remain in their cars until they receive a telephone call from the Visiting Staff inviting them into the centre.
- Masks must be worn when entering reception. Visitors will be issued with a fresh mask on their arrival and this is to remain on until visitors are fully in their allocated room.
- As usual, three days’ notice is required.
In the interests of the health and safety of your family members, friends and the young people in our care, Oberstown Children Detention Campus are requesting that members of the public are conscious of the dangers of the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in the community.
We apologise for this interruption to our usual service and thank you for your understanding and cooperation
Please contact the Visitors’ Centre directly for more information.
Monday to Friday – 9am – 5pm (Screened Visits only)
Saturday and Sunday – 9am – 7pm (Screened Visits only)
Follow the roundabout signs for Rush/Lusk. Stay on this road (marked R132).
Travel North for 3 miles until you come to ‘Murtaghs’ pub on right hand side.
Take first right turn after Murtaghs pub and follow on straight for approx 1 mile.
The Oberstown Campus is situated on the left hand side (Green Gates).
Co. Dublin, K45 AY66