The Sunday Times has reported that the wife of the late Garda Sergeant, Michael Galvin, is to take a High Court action against GSOC, the Garda Commissioner, the Minister for Justice and the Attorney General. Published on Sunday 1st April, the article (below) reports that at the time of his death, Sergeant Galvin thought he […]
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 […]
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 […]
GOVERNMENT PRESS RELEASE 27 February 2018 The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, has today published the second report by the Garda Inspectorate on ‘Responding to Child Sexual Abuse’. The report is a follow up review of their 2012 report on the same subject. Welcoming the report, the Minister said: “I wish to […]
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On Tuesday 6th February the Conference Arrangements Committee of AGSI met with the Kilkenny/Carlow Branch who are hosting this year’s Annual Delegate Conference. With arrangements being put in place to mark the 40th year of AGSI, members met to discuss final event details. The meeting took place in the Mount Wolseley Hotel where conference will be […]
The National Executive of AGSI today met with Kathleen O’Toole who will lead the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland. The review will involve a comprehensive examination of all aspects of policing, including all functions currently carried out by An Garda Síochána.