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High Court Makes Award to AGSI Member Who Suffered Internet Abuse

High Court makes award for personal injuries suffered by Garda Sgt Conor Gilmartin after years of harassment and false accusations Article by Ray Managh in the Irish Times A garda sergeant, who was for several years harassed and intimidated by false claims posted about him on the internet, was awarded €8,000 damages at a garda compensation […]

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Minister Flanagan announces Government approval for drafting of key Policing legislation

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, has announced that Government has today approved his proposals for the drafting of General Schemes to (1) extend the circumstances in which recording devices, including body-worn cameras, can be used by An Garda Síochána and (2) codify police powers of search, arrest and detention.

Linda Duxbury Seminar

“The best way for police forces to be granted greater resources is to fail in their mission to protect and serve”. So says Linda Duxbury Professor of Business at Carleton University, Ottawa.

Annual Garda Memorial Day 2019

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

AGSI National Executive Committee presents a retirement statuette to Detective Sergeant Mick O Brien

Brendan Brogan, AGSI National Executive Committee presents a retirement statuette to Detective Sergeant Mick O Brien who retired from An Garda Síochána on the 20th April.

Media Statement: Deep concern over lack of training for Sergeants and Inspectors in respect of new domestic violence laws

“Deep concern over lack of training for Sergeants and Inspectors in respect of new domestic violence laws”   AGSI National Executive issue statement at first meeting of the year   The National Executive of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors have expressed deep concern around the enforcement of new laws contained in the Domestic […]

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).