A number of files have been submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to the identification of the two teenage boys convicted of murdering 14-year-old Ana Kriégel.
Two 14-year-old boys were found guilty on 18 June this year of the murder of the schoolgirl in Lucan in May 2018.
Court orders were in place during the trial preventing people from naming the two boys, who were identified only as Boy A and Boy B.
Gardaí have said these court orders remain in place.
In the days following the trial, the Central Criminal Court ordered social media networks Facebook and Twitter to remove any photographs or any other material identifying the two boys.
At the time, Mr Justice Michael White said the publication of anything identifying the boys was a breach of the Children Act and of the court's orders.
He said no individual had the right to put anything on social media identifying or tending to identify the teenagers.
He also said anyone who decided to try to identify the people convicted would be subject to a contempt of court application and the matter would be treated in the most serious fashion.
Gardaí say the investigation into the identification of the boys is still ongoing.