Ireland's police watchdog will review the cases of two Roma families having children removed from their homes amid claims they could not prove their identity.
Two reports have been ordered on the controversial action by gardai and health officials after a seven-year-old girl was taken from her home for 48 hours and a two year-old boy from his home overnight.
Both children were subsequently proven to be members of the families with the girl returned home after DNA tests.
The police watchdog, the Garda Siochana Ombudsman Commission, said it has not received any complaints but has demanded copies of a report by the Commissioner Martin Callinan.
"We have requested this in order to inform ourselves fully of the circumstances of events so that we can take an appropriate position," a spokesman for the Ombudsman said.
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