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.
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).
The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) condemns the practice of naming individual Gardaí on social media and making threats against them. This is an ongoing problem for our members and one we have raised previously at our annual delegate conference. We welcome comments today from Commissioner Harris and Ministers Flanagan and […]
AGSI attended the official opening of the new Kevin Street Garda Station and visited a number of our members based there. Below are photos by Alan Dowley and the official Government press statement. PRESS RELEASE Justice Minister, Charlie Flanagan officially opens new Garda Headquarters of the Dublin Metropolitan Region (DMR) & South Central Division at […]
Caimin Treacy from the Limerick Branch has joined the AGSI National Executive as representative for the Munster Region following the appointment the former President Antoinette to the position of Deputy General Secretary. The President, National Executive Committee, General Secretary and Deputy General Secretary wish him well in his new role.