AGSI attend Conciliation Council on disagreement around Garda Roster, and call for a 12-month extension to the current roster The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) has this morning heavily criticised Garda Commissioner Drew Harris for placing the matter of the proposed new Garda Roster into dispute, stating, “we believe there is still scope to resolve the matter through […]
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Sgt. Kevin Bolger from Wexford has been appointed to the National Executive of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI).
Sergeants and Inspectors Accept Public Pay Proposals But Reject Garda Roster Proposals The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) has concluded ballots on two important matters – pay proposals within the Building Momentum framework and new Garda roster proposals. The AGSI membership has overwhelmingly accepted the pay proposals with 93% acceptance. General Secretary […]
On August 27th 450 gardaí retraced the steps the first garda commissioner Micheal Staines took, along with Ireland’s newly formed Civil Guard, as they marched into Dublin Castle, the headquarter of British rule, for the handover of duties on 17 August 1922. AGSI members were part of this display along with Secretariat and National Executive […]
Collaboration between AGSI and ATU Donegal PHOTO: Antoinette Cunningham General Secretary, AGSI, Siobhan Cullen Head of Department of Law, Public Service and Education at ATU Donegal, Ivan Toner, BL Tutor and Ronan Clogher, Deputy General Secretary, AGSI The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors has established Ireland’s first accredited third-level programme on conflict resolution […]
It follows an incident in Donegal where a Garda Sergeant was shot at during a stand-off The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors has called for mandatory support for members caught up in traumatic incidents in the line of duty. The comments come following the sentencing of Stephen Dowling who went on, what was described […]