We’re Here to Help

The Irish Tourist Assistance Service, ITAS, provides immediate support and assistance, 7 days a week, to visitors to the country who become victims of crime or experience other traumatic events. The Service is free and confidential. Please contact us if you or anyone you know requires our help.

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Our Team

Thanks to the support of many sponsors and volunteers, ITAS has built a multilingual team who are on hand to help anybody that has been a victim of crime while travelling in Ireland.

Because we understand it’s important to offer comprehensive assistance, we are always ready to listen and to provide informed advice.

Volunteer & Donate

Because we act as the main support service for tourists who have been a victim of a crime, we are always looking for more volunteers and donations. If you are interested in helping ITAS continue to grow, please take a look at our Volunteers and Donations page.

Contact Us

Whether you have suffered a crime while travelling through Ireland, are interested in learning some travel safety tips, or would simply like to learn more about the service that ITAS provides, we are always available to take your call.

All you need to do is email info@itas.ie, call 01 6669354

Latest News

EU Victims of Crime Day
Bernadette Kelly Di Giorgi, volunteer with the Irish Tourist Assistance Service, ITAS, is honoured for her dedicated support to Guido Nasi, the young Italian student who was assaulted in Ireland in 1999
It was with great sadness we learned that Simonetta, Guido Nasi’s mother died in Turin on Friday February 7th after a long illness, bravely borne.