Coimisiún Neamhspleách um Shuíomh Taisí Íospartach

The Independent Commission for the Location of Victims’ Remains was established by an intergovernmental agreement between the Irish and British Governments, signed on 27 April 1999, and by legislation enacted in the two jurisdictions. The Department of Justice and Equality, in conjunction with the Northern Ireland Office, provides financial support for the Commission.

The Commission is responsible for facilitating the location of the remains of victims of paramilitary violence who were secretly murdered and buried arising from the conflict in Northern Ireland.

To reach out more effectively to the community the Commission has put in place a confidential free-phone service and post office box address through which information can be passed to it. Any such information will be treated in the strictest confidence and will not be used for any purpose other than locating the remains of victims.

The Commission is deeply committed to alleviating the suffering of the bereaved families but needs further crucial information to do so. The Commission appeals to anyone with such information to pass it on immediately.

For more information, please visit the Commission's website:

Confidential free-phone number: +800-55585500
or send information by post to:
PO Box 10827
Dublin 2