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Enhanced Garda Powers to Police COVID-19 Need to be Practical and Applicable

Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors calls on Government to consider the practical application and enforcement of additional proposed legislation  The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) has called on the Government to consider the practical application and enforcement of the proposed legislation that they are drafting up for members of An Garda Síochána under […]

POLICING COVID-19 SURVEY

POLICING COVID-19 SURVEY

POLICING COVID-19: Keeping Communities Safe During a Global Pandemic Enforcement of emergency regulations with each phase of COVID-19 unwinding of restrictions becoming more difficult according to AGSI   Media clips from AGSI on the Policing COVID-19 SURVEY  RTÉ News    Morning Ireland, RTÉ Radio 1    Newstalk Breakfast   Highland Radio    FM104 PRESS RELEASE  […]

Enhanced Garda Powers to Police COVID-19 Need to be Practical and Applicable

Retirement of Paul McDermott

After 36 years service, Sergeant Paul McDermott, Crime Prevention Officer for Roscommon Longford Division has retired from An Garda Síochána. He has been a member of AGSI since 2001 and became branch secretary in 2002 with Roscommon/Galway East and continued as branch secretary when Roscommon/Longford became a new Division in 2009. He served on the […]

Enhanced Garda Powers to Police COVID-19 Need to be Practical and Applicable

Major new TV, Radio and Social Media Campaign reaching out to Victims of Domestic Abuse begins today 

  Ads reflect reality of domestic violence in context of COVID-19 Reassures victims that services are ‘still here’ Collaborative campaign between Government and frontline services Minister Flanagan warns perpetrators of full force of law   Wednesday, 15 April, 2020 – Department of Justice & Equality  A major new TV, Radio and Social Media Campaign tackling […]

Enhanced Garda Powers to Police COVID-19 Need to be Practical and Applicable

Antoinette Cunningham Appointed General Secretary

The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors has announced the appointment of Antoinette Cunningham as its new General Secretary. She is the first woman to hold this position in the Association’s 43-year history; and the first woman to lead a Garda staff association in the role of General Secretary. Antoinette has served at every level […]

Enhanced Garda Powers to Police COVID-19 Need to be Practical and Applicable

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 […]

Enhanced Garda Powers to Police COVID-19 Need to be Practical and Applicable

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.  […]

Enhanced Garda Powers to Police COVID-19 Need to be Practical and Applicable

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 […]

Enhanced Garda Powers to Police COVID-19 Need to be Practical and Applicable