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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 […]

Equalisation of Worker Rights for Sergeants and Inspectors Welcome

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

140 Sergeants and Inspectors Gather in Athlone for Autumn Seminar

Brexit and Operating Policing Model Top the Agenda for Sergeants and Inspectors AGSI witnesses higher numbers attending mid-year seminar    140 Sergeants and Inspectors are gathering in Athlone this morning (Monday 14 October 2019) for our Association’s mid-year seminar. Increased attendance has been described by Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) President Cormac Moylan […]

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

Failure of Govt to pay for Trump and Pence visits undermines public welfare, says Gardaí

This article was originally published on IrishExaminer.com on September 2019 Written by Cormac O’Keeffe The Government should be “thoroughly embarrassed” that, unlike here, the British Treasury is directly footing the bill for all vistis by US President Donald Trump there. The Garda Representative Association said the insistence of the Irish Government that the policing and […]

Equalisation of Worker Rights for Sergeants and Inspectors Welcome