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Garda sergeants to face disciplinary action following conference walkout
The four sergeants walked out of the AGSI conference on Monday. The AGSI is supporting their decision.
Shatter 'glad he did not bring wife to AGSI meeting'
The Garda Representative Association has said it is not inviting Minister Shatter
AGSI defends members over Shatter walk-out amid disciplinary action
The body representing Garda sergeants says members who walked out of Alan Shatter’s address had a right to protest.
Garda Commissioner says 'more needs to be done with fewer resources'
Speaking at the AGSI’s annual conference, Martin Callinan said that gardaí are “not immune” from the cuts to public expenditure.
Silence greets Shatter as he tells gardaí that protests do disservice to force
Alan Shatter delivered a speech to the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors in Sligo tonight with delegates giving him a frosty reception.
Shatter to address garda conference amid concern over pay cuts
The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors gathers for its annual conference in Sligo today with Justice Minister Alan Shatter due to address delegates this evening.
Brian Hayes: Legislation on public pay 'inevitable if there is no agreement'
The Junior Finance Minister said that while this was the case, government would rather not impose “some unilateral settlement”.
Emergency workers set for national rally on pay cuts
The 24/7 Frontline Alliance represents gardaí, healthcare workers, prison officers, firefighters and paramedics.
Poll: Do you think the government will be successful in this round of Croke Park talks?
Most unions are returning to talks today but will the government be able to reach a deal to save €170 million through pay cuts?
AGSI say Shatter is "disconnected from reality of people's lives"
Minister Shatter had called for “rational engagement” from the AGSI on the Croke Park extension talks.
Garda body passes motion of no confidence in Shatter
Martin Callinan has arranged to meet with the Garda Representative Association as it calls for solidarity against pay cuts.
GRA national executive meeting to 'consider all options' following votes for industrial action
The GRA said concerns raised in recent meetings of garda divisions across the country will be brought before the national executive.
AGSI demands 'actions not words' from Noonan over garda pay talks
The AGSI has today welcomed comments by the Finance Minister Michael Noonan that there was “nothing categoric” in terms of the €1 billion garda payroll cuts – but says actions and not words are needed.
War of words: Gardaí hit back at Shatter over comments
The head of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors says the group was insulted by comments made by the Minister for Justice.
Shatter disappointed with Garda sergeants’ withdrawal from pay talks
The Minister for Justice says only those who take part in talks on extending Croke Park can influence them.
Garda sergeants and inspectors withdrawing from Croke Park talks
The AGSI said yesterday that it was dissatisfied with the proposed cuts to allowances put on the table during talks.
Gardaí expected to withdraw from Croke Park talks
The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors said the cuts to allowances that were put on the table today are unacceptable.
Garda officers call for more manpower to probe Anglo Irish Bank debacle
The president of the garda sergeants’ group said questions were being asked about why no prosecutions have been brought.
More garda station closures in future, Shatter warns
The Minister for Justice said there would be a “rationalisation” of stations, in addition to those already slated for closure.
Column: New rules for sex offenders aren’t an option, they’re a no-brainer
We don’t even have an actual sex offenders’ register – and change is long overdue, writes campaigner and abuse survivor Andrew Madden.
Tighter restrictions needed on sex offenders, say gardaí
Sex offenders would have to provide photographs of themselves under the proposal from garda sergeants.
Fall in Garda numbers will have 'significant impact' on policing services
Gardaí warn of knock-on effects of early retirements which could leave one in twelve stations without a permanent garda.
White-collar crime 'stretches gardaí to the limit'
Statement was made at the annual conference for the association representing garda sergeants and inspectors, the AGSI, in Limerick yesterday afternoon.