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AGSI Respond to Minister D’Arcy’s Comments on Border Policing

AGSI released the following media statement following comments made by Minister of State, Michael Darcy on RTE’s The Week in Politics Show. Listen to President Cormac Moylan on RTE’s Morning Ireland. The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) has described as “unhelpful” claims that Gardaí did not do their job in relation to events […]

Rollout of Operating Policing Model On Hold in Border Counties | Update from Autumn Seminar

Rollout of Operating Policing Model On Hold in Border Counties | Update from Autumn Seminar

Briefing by Assistant Commissioner raises more questions for Sergeants and Inspectors Pause on Operating Policing Model rollout to Border counties No figures completed on cost of implementing Operating Policing Model Fear of reduced income for Sergeants and Inspectors as a result of Operating Policing Model Sergeants and Inspectors have learned that the new Operating Policing […]

AGSI Respond to Minister D’Arcy’s Comments on Border Policing

Budget 2020 | AGSI Statement

“The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors have issued a cautious welcome to Budget 2020 saying the recruitment figure is reduced and questions if we are prepared to police the border in the event of a no-deal Brexit? “Deputy General Secretary Antoinette Cunningham states that the announcement that 700 Gardai will he recruited next year […]

AGSI Respond to Minister D’Arcy’s Comments on Border Policing

AGSI Statement on Impact to Policing Budget Following President Trump Visit

“If media reports are to be believed and the cost of policing the recent President Trump visit to Ireland will directly impact vital Garda services, AGSI has serious concerns. “We would ask the Garda Commissioner to reassure our members that ICT and training, and frontline overtime will not be impacted due to the estimated €11million […]

AGSI Respond to Minister D’Arcy’s Comments on Border Policing

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 […]

AGSI Respond to Minister D’Arcy’s Comments on Border Policing

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 […]

AGSI Respond to Minister D’Arcy’s Comments on Border Policing

AGSI Statement on the Publication of the Justice Clarke Report

AGSI seeks meeting with Chairperson of the Ombudsman Commission to discuss the communication elements of Justice Clarke’s report   READ THE FULL REPORT OF JUSTICE MICHAEL CLARKE  The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) is seeking a meeting with the Ombudsman Commission following the release of Justice Michael Clarke’s report. General Secretary, John Jacob […]

AGSI Respond to Minister D’Arcy’s Comments on Border Policing