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Rollout of Operating Policing Model On Hold in Border Counties | Update from Autumn Seminar

Briefing by Assistant Commissioner raises more questions for Sergeants and Inspectors Pause on Operating Policing Model rollout to Border counties No figures completed on cost of implementing Operating Policing Model Fear of reduced income for Sergeants and Inspectors as a result of Operating Policing Model Sergeants and Inspectors have learned that the new Operating Policing […]

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140 Sergeants and Inspectors Gather in Athlone for Autumn Seminar

Brexit and Operating Policing Model Top the Agenda for Sergeants and Inspectors AGSI witnesses higher numbers attending mid-year seminar    140 Sergeants and Inspectors are gathering in Athlone this morning (Monday 14 October 2019) for our Association’s mid-year seminar. Increased attendance has been described by Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) President Cormac Moylan […]

John Jacob’s Retirement Function

On Thursday 3rd  of October close and friends and colleagues attended a  function in Garda Headquarters’ “Wet Canteen” to mark the retirement of John Jacob from his position as General Secretary of AGSI and from An Garda Síochána which officially occurred on the 6th October after 37 years of dedicated service.

Culture of impunity in Garda deeply embedded

Concerns expressed about oversight of the Garda in two recent opinion pieces in The Irish Times are fully justified and merit consideration not only by the Department of Justice and Equality but also by the Government.

Annual Garda Memorial Day 2019

A collection of photographs taken on Saturday 18th May at the Garda Memorial Day in Dublin Castle.

Minister Flanagan announces implementation plan for Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland Report

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan T.D., announced that at its meeting today the Government endorsed the report of the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland and agreed to his proposal to accept all 157 key recommendations (136 in full and 21 in principle).