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GE2020 | We are Asking Candidates to State their Commitment to Local Policing

We are facing into a General Election on February 8th. One of the key functions of AGSI as a representative body is to advocate for the Sergeants and Inspectors of our Association.    As an Association we cannot remain silent following the shocking levels of violence that have beset Irish society over the past number of […]

AGSI Highlight Need to Keep Policing on the Agenda

AGSI Highlight Need to Keep Policing on the Agenda

Association asks aspiring Government to prioritise policing and to keep local communities safe    The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) has said it cannot remain silent following the shocking levels of violence that has beset Irish society over the past number of days and which is being played out in the political arena.  […]

Equalisation of Worker Rights for Sergeants and Inspectors Welcome

AGSI’s 31 AGMs Hear Priorities for Sergeants and Inspectors in 2020

AGMs take place throughout January and are attended by the President, Deputy General Secretary and National Executive Members January is a busy month for AGSI as we host our nationwide series of AGMs around the country. With 31 Branches and 2100 members this is our chance to listen. Deputy General Secretary Antoinette Cunningham says there […]

GE2020 | We are Asking Candidates to State their Commitment to Local Policing

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 […]

GE2020 | We are Asking Candidates to State their Commitment to Local Policing

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).

GE2020 | We are Asking Candidates to State their Commitment to Local Policing