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Annual Delegate Conference 2018: Day 2 Media Coverage

Annual Delegate Conference | Tuesday, 27 March 2018 Read the AGSI Annual Delegate Conference 2018 media coverage for Day 2 at the links below: ‘The fact you can’t see is terrifying’ – Garda recounts being pelted by rocks while responding to callout  ‘The pain was excruciating’ – Garda sergeant feared for his life during brutal […]

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

Annual Delegate Conference 2018: Day 1 Media Coverage

Annual Delegate Conference | Monday, 26 March 2018   Listen to AGSI President, Antoinette Cunningham, on RTE Radio 1’s Morning Ireland: Read the AGSI Annual Delegate Conference 2018 media coverage for Day 1 at the links below: ‘Easpa cigirí le maoirseacht a dhéanamh ar Ghardaí nua’ Connemara Garda station among list of stations to lose […]

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

AGSI Media Statement on PAC Report

AGSI Media Statement on Public Accounts Committee Report on Templemore 18th July 2017   “The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) would like to put on the public record that our members working in the Garda College in Templemore were not involved in the day-to- day financial management of accounts at the Garda College, nor would […]

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

MEDIA STATMENT: AGSI Seeks Legal Opinion on Pay Talk Recommendations

20th June 2017   The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) who met yesterday and today to discuss the proposed Public Sector Stability Agreement 2018-2020 has contacted the Workplace Relations Commission in relation to ‘side deals’ which have been reached with other public sector groups in recent days.      The AGSI has also confirmed […]

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

MEDIA STATEMENT: AGSI will Cooperate, Consult and Communicate with Commission to Chart Path for Future of Policing in Ireland

  President Antoinette Cunningham cautions “progress not paralysis”   The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors has stated that it looks forward to cooperating, consulting and communicating with the new Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland. Speaking this afternoon, President Antoinette Cunningham stated that the impact of this new policing body will be […]

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

2017 AGSI Conference: Media Coverage Day 3

Wednesday, 12 April 2017   Media Title: Irish Independent Article Title: Gardaí want law making high-vis clothing and helmets mandatory for all cyclists   Media Title: Breaking News Article Title: ‘Incredibly dangerous’ to sack Garda Commissioner   Media Title: Breaking News Article Title: Call for action over gender pay gap   Media Title: Breaking News Article Title: Gardaí ‘don’t have the capacity’ to carry out roadside drug […]

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

2017 AGSI Conference: Media Coverage Day 2

Tuesday, 11 April 2017   Media Title: RTE Article Tile: AGSI claims crisis of confidence in An Garda Síochána   Media Title: Breaking News Article Tile: Garda body slam no show by Frances Fitzgerald at time of ‘crisis’ in the force   Media Title: Breaking News Article Tile: Gardaí being harassed on social media   Media Title: Carlow Nationalist Article Tile: Garda body […]

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

2017 AGSI Conference: Media Coverage Day 1

Monday, 10 April 2017   Media Title: RTE Article Title: AGSI says poll shows public supported strike decision    Media Title: Breakingnews.ie Article Title: More than half the country think the Gardai should have the right to strike   Media Title: Breaking News Article Title: No mention of whistleblowers or false breathalyser data in AGSI […]

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

Irish Examiner: ‘Fundamental wrong’ done to motorists, says AGSI boss

Thursday, April 06, 2017 Joe Leogue A “fundamental wrong” was done to motorists who were incorrectly convicted for not paying their fixed charge notices, according to the head of the organisation representing supervisory gardaí. Antoinette Cunningham, president of the Association of Garda Sergeants & Inspectors, has apologised to the nearly 15,000 people affected by the […]

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