There has been a 25% increase in calls for help in domestic abuse cases this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
While more than 100 people have been prosecuted.
Operation Faoiseamh, which began in April as part of An Garda Síochána’s community engagement response to COVID-19, has seen a total of 8,229 contacts or attempts at contact to victims of domestic abuse between January 1st and May 25th.
A number of victims used the opportunity to request further assistance from the Gardaí.
Phase two of the operation has concentrated on the execution of arrests and the commencement of prosecutions for offences relating to breaches of court orders.
Between May 13th and 27th, a total of 107 prosecutions got underway.
An Garda Síochána has moved to reassure victims that domestic abuse incidents, including coercive control, continue to receive "the highest priority response for service."
Currently there are 245 members and staff allocated to the Garda National Protective Services Bureau (GNPSB) and 16 Divisional Protective Service Units (DPSUs) nationally to investigate sexual and domestic crimes.
Detective Chief Superintendent Declan Daly said: "Prior to the commencement of Operation Faoiseamh I assured those victims experiencing domestic abuse that An Garda Síochána were available and willing to assist you in this difficult time.
"I wish to take this opportunity to re-emphasise our commitment to protecting the vulnerable in our communities.
"The 107 prosecutions initiated in the last few weeks as part of Operation Faoiseamh should serve as a reminder to all that breaching domestic abuse court orders is an offence and can result in court proceedings.
"Victims and those who are aware of abusive domestic circumstances should continue to report to An Garda Síochána."
If anyone requires urgent assistance or support, they can call 999 or 112.