125. Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the avenue for complaint that exists for a naturalised citizen when they are constantly being stopped by immigration officers when coming through Irish airports (details supplied). [48481/17]


Minister for Justice and Equality (Deputy Charles Flanagan): I refer to my response to the Deputy's question of 26 October 2017 (Dáil Question No. 118) when I made it clear that racial profiling is not a feature of Irish immigration control. I want to reiterate that position.
A person who wishes to make a complaint at Dublin Airport in respect of frontline immigration checks may do so by submitting details of the subject matter of the complaint to Border Management Unit at
At an airport outside of Dublin, where immigration officers are members of An Garda Síochaná, complaints may be made to the Garda Síochaná Ombudsman Commission.