Representative body for Superintendents in An Garda Síochána

We
Represent
Garda
Superintendents

Representative body for Superintendents in An Garda Síochána

We
Represent
Garda
Superintendents

About

The Association of Garda Superintendents is the professional representative body for Superintendents in An Garda Síochána, Ireland’s National Police Service.

We aim to speak for and represent the views of Superintendents at all relevant fora, to contribute to, influence and help shape policing policies at the strategic level, to provide our members with help and advice in relation to their conditions of service, health and welfare.

Superintendents are key senior officers in An Garda Síochána, managing Garda Districts as well as National Teams Units.

 

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AGS Conference 2021

AGS Conference 2021

Minister for Justice Ms Humphreys and Garda Commissioner Harris pictured with the National Executive Committee at today's AGS Annual Conference .

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Garda Commissioner

Garda Commissioner

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris will address the next Annual Delegate Conference of the Association.

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Welcome

A message from our President

Welcome to the Website of the Association of Garda Superintendents, which is the representative body for Superintendents in An Garda Síochána, the national police service of Ireland.

We are delighted to facilitate the upgrade and relaunch of the website to enable information sharing about the key elements of the work completed by the Association of Garda Superintendents in representing our membership.

Superintendents hold a key role in the organisation and have numerous core responsibilities which involve managing, and more importantly leading An Garda Síochána throughout its operational and functional duties. The Association of Garda Superintendents is responsible for advocating and pursuing the interests of Superintendents in respect of their pay, conditions and most importantly their welfare. We work closely with Garda management, the Department of Justice, the Workplace Relations Commission and numerous key partners in addressing all matters presenting to achieve collaborative and mutually beneficial outcomes.

 

The front facing element of the website allows for ease of access to pertinent information with the regular updating of situational and current issues affecting our membership. We hope you enjoy the facility and any feedback will be welcomed for consideration.

Please stay safe and keep well.

Seamus Nolan

President

Association of Garda Superintendents