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Integrated Risk Management Services
Type Limited Company
Founded September 2004
Headquarters Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland.
Key people Terry Downes (Chief Executive Officer), Jim Farrell (Director), Martin O'Brien (Director), John Gillespie (Director)[1]
Industry Security services
Products Security solutions and consultancy

Integrated Risk Management Services (I-RMS) is the trading name of a private security company Business Mobile Security Services Ltd based in Naas, Ireland.[1] I-RMS are licensed by the Private Security Authority, the statutory body responsibile for licensing and regulation of the private security industry in Ireland. It is also a member of the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA).


Services Provided

I-RMS provide the following services:

  • Corporate: Business risk consultancy, Logistics security, Surveillance & counter surveillance.
  • Standard Security: Guarding ,Cash in transit, Patrols, Key holding.
  • Events Services: Corporate & private events,Festivals & sporting occasions, security personnel, Mobile ATMs.
  • Special Services: Security consultancy, Courier services, International security project management


I-RMS have a subsidiary, I-RMS Africa Ltd., based in Nairobi, Kenya. This subsidiary has formed a joint venture, KK Lodgit, with KK Security, one of Africa's largest security companies.[2]

Notable Projects & Events

I-RMS provided security for the 2009 Dublin Pride Parade.


Corrib Gas Project

An IRMS employee videos the arrest of a protester by Gardaí in September 2008

I-RMS works closely with An Garda Síochána to provide security for the various sites surrounding the landfall of the Corrib gas project pipeline at Glengad beach in Erris, County Mayo [3] where protesters who are opposed to the pipeline route have sought to disrupt work.

Complaints have been made to the Private Security Authority that all 156 I-RMS employees working on the project do not wear correct identification.[4] No formal action was taken, though the PSA has confirmed it was "working with" the company to ensure staff wore identification, commenting that it was the most monitored private security company in Ireland.[4]

Many employees, including Michael Dwyer who was a team leader, worked for the company without the appropriate PSA licence.[5]

It denied involvement in two incidents related to the Shell Corrib project:

  • An alleged assault on protester Willie Corduff at one of the compounds in April 2009, which resulted in his hospitalisation.[6][7] The company later confirmed that employees had intended to remove Corduff, but found him standing up, and had him taken away by ambulance when he complained of chest pains.[8]
  • The sinking of a fishing boat belonging to another campaigner, Pat O'Donnell, in June 2009.[8]

Michael Dwyer

I-RMS attracted considerable media attention following the revelation that a former employee, Michael Dwyer, shot dead by Bolivian police in April 2009, had worked for the firm, as a team leader, on the Shell Corrib project.[9][10] Dwyer had travelled to Bolivia with four other former I-RMS employees,[11] supposedly to join a bodyguard training course, but ended up in the armed entourage of Eduardo Rózsa-Flores, who was also shot dead by police. Rózsa-Flores was suspected of attempting to subvert the government of Evo Morales.[12] According to La Prensa the people who travelled with Dwyer on November 17 2008 were (Tibor) Revesz, (Gabor) Dudog and (Ivan) Pistovcak.[13] The media has speculated that the link between Dwyer and Rózsa-Flores was former I-RMS employee Tibor Revesz.[14] Revesz is also the founding member of the Szekler Legion, a paramilitary group that wants autonomy for Hungarians living in Romania.[15] An unsigned posting on the Szekler Legion website last October called for people to send their CVs to a stated email address if they believed they could assist an unnamed man – now believed to be Flores – in the protection of his “homeland” Santa Cruz.[16] Dwyer also befriended, in Ireland, another Legion member, Elod Toaso, who was arrested in the same Bolivia Incident.[17] The company confirmed that two of those who travelled with Dwyer resigned in late May 2009.[18] I-RMS's website previously offered 'special services' including 'international armed and unarmed security', but these were removed during updates after Dwyer's death.


  1. ^ a b "Integrated Risk Management Services". Retrieved 2009-11-12.  
  2. ^ "Integrated Risk Management Services". Retrieved 2009-11-12.  
  3. ^ Policing costs mount as the Corrib clash moves closer to sea
  4. ^ a b Irish Times - Corrib security firm 'most monitored'
  5. ^ "Western People: The lonely death of Michael Dwyer". Retrieved 2009-11-12.  
  6. ^ "Rossport's gas pipeline: Harriet Grant and John Domokos on how emotions are running high | Environment". The Guardian. Retrieved 2009-11-12.  
  7. ^ "Corrib protesters urged to 'step back' - The Irish Times - Fri, Apr 24, 2009". The Irish Times. 2009-04-24. Retrieved 2009-11-12.  
  8. ^ a b [1]
  9. ^ Millar, Scott (2009-05-02). "Martin rules out Garda role in Dwyer death investigation". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 2009-11-12.  
  10. ^ "Irishman died from single bullet wound in Bolivia, inquest told - The Irish Times - Wed, Oct 14, 2009". The Irish Times. 2009-10-14. Retrieved 2009-11-12.  
  11. ^ Campbell, Paula. "Bolivian shootout victim worked locally - Kildare Today". Retrieved 2009-11-12.  
  12. ^ 'The life and death of Michael Dwyer,
  13. ^ | According to information provided by AeroSur, the suspected mercenaries Dwyer, Revesz, Dudog and Pistovcak came to Santa Cruz on November 17 last year from Madrid Spanish De acuerdo con el informe remitido por AeroSur, los presuntos mercenarios Dwyer, Révész, Dudog y Pistovcák llegaron a Santa Cruz el 17 de noviembre del año pasado, procedentes de Madrid (España).
  14. ^ 'Corrib link to Irish man's death',
  15. ^ Times online Bolivian forces ‘found’ handgun in Dwyer’s room
  16. ^ "Dwyer travelled with ex-soldier - The Irish Times - Sat, Apr 25, 2009". The Irish Times. 2009-04-25. Retrieved 2009-11-12.  
  17. ^ Times online: Sister defends Dwyer’s comrade
  18. ^ "Second summer of conflict looms as ship returns to lay final pipes". Irish Examiner. 2009-06-20. Retrieved 2009-11-12.  

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