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Number of garda inspectors to be increased to 500
The move was announced by Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee last night.
Ministers and NTA report high level of compliance from passengers around face covering regulations
The AGSI’s Antointette Cunningham said this morning it shouldn’t be up to gardaí to enforce every single piece of the health regulations.
Garda group 'disappointed' that sergeants and inspectors won't get priority testing
The AGSI said that a “u-turn” had been done by Garda management.
AGSI 'disappointed' to learn of public complaints about gardaí who were not wearing masks
The Garda Ombudsman said it has received more than 70 complaints about enforcement of Covid-19 restrictions.
AGSI to write to Drew Harris over live-streamed 'abuse' of garda at Dublin Covid-19 checkpoint
The incident occurred on Dublin’s quays earlier today.
Gardaí plan 'thousands' of Covid-19 checkpoints from tomorrow until after the Bank Holiday
Operation Fanacht is set to return after first being implement over the Easter weekend.
Garda association calls for extra resourcing after 'shocking levels of violence' in recent days
Gardaí have confirmed human remains found in Dublin 3 earlier this week were that of Keane Mulready-Woods.
'There have been threats against us': Gardai call for clear guidelines around how they police evictions
Many officers are unclear as to how they are expected to operate in these incidents.
Two senior members opt not to attend AGSI conference after allegation made against garda
The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors is due to begin its three-day annual conference in Cavan today.
A plan to move 80 sergeants from Garda HQ to local stations has ground to a halt
At first, 80 were to be moved. Then 30. Now it’s hoped 5 will be redeployed.
Detective says he still fears for his family after being labelled 'corrupt' and 'evil' by jailed stalker
Conor Gilmartin suffered years of abuse at the hands of trolls.
Gardai considering industrial action over government refusal to let them strike
Gardai are holding a three day conference in Tullow today.
Minister says Nóirín O'Sullivan's pension will reflect her 'experience, expertise and rank'
The Policing Authority has thanked O’Sullivan for 36 years of service to the force.
'You have to swallow it and get on with the job': Gardaí say policy favours bullies over victims
One sergeant said he has felt a ‘fear of doing the wrong thing’ from Day 1 at Templemore, for the last 33 years.
Commissioner to sergeants and inspectors: 'You're the supervisors - so what happened?'
Following a closed session with AGSI delegates, the Commissioner said “no one actually has the answers, as of yet”.
'People are blaming us': Gardaí say scandals are making it harder for them to do their jobs
The general secretary of AGSI said “the finger of blame is pointing downwards without any evidence”.
Children of gardaí subjected to 'horrendous harassment' on social media sites
Middle-ranking gardaí are calling for people who identify them online to be prosecuted.
'No wonder we feel abandoned': Gardaí hit out at Minister for being 'too busy' for them
The minister informed the association on Thursday that she would not be attending their annual conference due to Dáil commitments.
Poll: Should people who identify gardaí on social media be prosecuted?
There have been some instances where people named gardaí online or shared their addresses.
Gardaí want people who identify them on social media to be prosecuted
The annual conference of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors starts later today.
Review says gardaí should face pension losses if they go on strike
The government had committed to the review in the Haddington Road Agreement.
Sergeants and inspectors vote overwhelmingly to accept pay deal
In a ballot of 2,103 members of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors, 95% voted to accept proposals.
Public pay chairman retracts "garda mutiny" comments amid growing pressure
A garda representative group has said they will be discussing Duffy’s impartiality at a December meeting.
'I am astonished': Condemnation by gardaí of "mutiny" comments made by public pay chairman
The AGSI and GRA have said the comments are unhelpful at a time when their members are being balloted on a new pay deal.
'No amount of money is worth working more' - Anger among garda rank may scupper pay deal
Garda associations are due to start balloting their members on the Labour Court recommendations given to them Thursday night.
Garda reps say martial law was threatened - Taoiseach says it was never contemplated
The GRA’s officer board claimed they were told there was “an immediate and viable threat to the security of the State”.
Poll: Was the GRA right to call off the Garda strike?
The GRA last night voted to defer today’s strike action by the slimmest of margins.
Garda strike: Here's the deal that's being offered to gardaí
New pay deal is on the table this morning as the GRA take out ads showing the plight of its members.
Widespread relief as garda strike called off at the 11th hour
The GRA will now ballot its members on recommendations from the Labour Court.
The Garda strike tomorrow is OFF: GRA joins AGSI in deferring action
A long, difficult day of negotiations has come to an end.
'Skeletal service': These garda units will work tomorrow as most rank-and-file members go on strike
This is the emergency cover which the GRA wants its members to provide.
The Commissioner's directive and the probationers' payslips - 48 hours of garda fury
The Labour Court is now assessing submissions made by the GRA after the association said Friday’s strike will go ahead.
Poll: Was the Garda Commissioner right to order officers to report for duty on Friday?
There is less than 48 hours before gardai withdraw their labour for the first time in the history of the State.
Garda Commissioner orders gardaí to work on strike day, calling it 'unprecedented' and 'gravely damaging'
It is unclear what action will be taken if gardaí ignore the directive.
Garda sergeants and inspectors accuse Government of spreading misinformation
The Government is expected to being a proposal document to talks with GRA when the two sides meet later today.
Getting there? Mid-ranking gardaí to join with GRA and Government in using state negotiators
12,500 gardaí are set to strike next Friday unless a solution can be found to the ongoing dispute.
Over 500 schools to close today kicking off a season of strikes
Teachers are not the only group set to strike over the coming weeks.
With most gardaí on strike, policing in Ireland will be left to senior officers and rookies
Garda representatives say it is highly likely the strikes will go ahead, claiming the government has left them with no other option.
Tánaiste expresses "disappointment" that AGSI to strike with rank-and-file gardaí
Middle-ranking gardaí will also stage two work-to-rule days before the November work stoppages.