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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 […]

AGSI Highlight Need to Keep Policing on the Agenda

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.  […]

GE2020 | We are Asking Candidates to State their Commitment to Local Policing

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 […]

GE2020 | We are Asking Candidates to State their Commitment to Local Policing

Government appoints new Chairperson of the Policing Authority

    DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE PRESS RELEASE 19 December 2019   The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, has announced that the Government has today appointed Mr Bob Collins as Chairperson of the Policing Authority to succeed the outgoing Chairperson, Ms Josephine Feehily, whose term of office ends on 31 December 2019.   […]

AGSI Highlight Need to Keep Policing on the Agenda

Minister Flanagan announces implementation plan for Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland Report

Government endorses Commission’s vision for the future of policing Four-year High Level Implementation Plan published New post of National Security Co-ordinator and a Strategic Threat Analysis Centre (STAC) to be established in Department of the Taoiseach Work to commence on Policing and Community Safety Bill to redefine policing and provide for a new governance and […]

AGSI Highlight Need to Keep Policing on the Agenda

AGSI Take Part in First Ever Joint Remembrance Day Wreath-laying Ceremony in Belfast

Historic wreath-laying for officers killed in Ireland conflicts. Police organisations from the Republic of Ireland joined the Police Federation for Northern Ireland (PFNI) in the first ever joint Remembrance Day wreath-laying ceremony in Belfast. Representatives from the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) and the Garda Representative Association (GRA) laid wreaths at the RUC […]

AGSI Highlight Need to Keep Policing on the Agenda

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

Commissioner and Minister respond to AGSI concerns around border policing resources

Concern over resources in border region say Sergeants and Inspectors AGSI General Secretary Antoinette Cunningham told RTÉ’s Six One News (Thursday October 31) that members in the border region are unanimous on the challenges facing operational policing. The Minister for Justice has said that the Government is doing everything it can to ease tension in border areas […]

AGSI Highlight Need to Keep Policing on the Agenda