Gardai responded to more than 48,400 domestic abuse incidents last year.
It represents a 10% increase when compared with figures from 2020.
In April 2020, Operation Faoiseamh was launched aiming to proactively support domestic abuse victims as the country faced its first Covid-19 national lockdown.
As Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, Gardai are assuring people that they're still here to listen, help and protect anyone impacted by domestic abuse.
Figures for 2021, show a 10% increase in the number of domestic abuse incidents that officers were called to - which was more than 48,400.
The number of criminal charges which involved an element of domestic abuse were also up last year by 13% to 8,600.
Gardai also reported 4,250 breaches of Domestic Violence Act Orders last year - which was up 6% on 2020.
Detective Superintendent Colm Noonan, one of the officers in charge of Operation Faoiseamh, says the operation continues, despite restrictions being lifted:
"We have 392 members of An Garda Siochana attached to those units full time, who are supporting frontline and detective units.
"So we haven't gone away, we will never go away. We are still hear to listen and we are still here to protect."