Vandalism and anti-social behaviour is continuing in a housing estate in Lucan.
That's despite a €20,000 investment in CCTV systems.
CCTV was first installed in Balgaddy playground in 2011, and was upgraded to include five high resolution cameras and four voiceover speakers last month.
The playground was vandalised again this week when a fire was lit under a climbing frame.
Local Sinn Féin councillor Mark Ward told 98FM News what's been going on in the area:
"There's been fires, broken glass bottles and illegal dumping going on. There's been reports of youths hanging around and that's despite the best efforts of the people in Balgaddy to try and curtail all this. Even with the CCTV coming in it hasn't made the impact that people were hoping for so far."
He added that "Balgaddy is a very thriving young community and the vast majority of people up there just want to get on with their lives. There's a lot of really good community activities that go on and the likes of this just gives the whole area a bad name."