by GRA
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Collectively we can provide
what individually we
often cannot attain.

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The professional voice

of An Garda Síochána

in Ireland for 40 years.

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We protect & serve
our members
who protect & serve

Founded in 1978, the GRA represents over 10,700 members of An Garda Síochána of Garda rank. 

The GRA acts as the professional voice of the An Garda Síochána.
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The GRA provides it’s members with a wide variety of services & schemes.

GRA Statement

Purchase of Six Months Service

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Policy: Newly Elected District Committee Meetings

Newly Elected District Committee Meetings

GRA Pay Campaign 2016, Haddington Road & Landsdowne Road Agreements

Details on the wide variety of schemes GRA members are entitled to

Entitlements, Work schemes, Pay & salary, Welfare, Travel & more…

GRA Press Statements & news archive

AUTOMATIC NUMBER PLATE RECOGNITION: A GAME CHANGER: ANPR would be of huge assistance to ALL gardai cars in the detection of crime. Why then are these invaluable pieces of equipment confined to garda traffic cars, if at all? Enormous crime savings for relatively little money.

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The role of the GRA

The Garda Representative Association (GRA) was established to unite and organise members and to provide the expression of collective opinion; safeguarding and improving conditions of employment and to promote their interests…

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Garda Review Magazine

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What do we provide for our members?

Deep roots

We have over almost 40 years experience in being the professional voice of An Garda Síochána, now over 10,000 members strong.

Professional voice

A united, strong voice for our members. Communicating to the public, the government and to our members.


Family, welfare, financial, career & retirement schemes mean you are protected and benefit from our collective strength.

Our mission: collectively we can provide what individually we often cannot attain

Gardaí entitled to special treatment as vital public servants – Gardaí face violence and intimidation daily without freedoms of other civil workers”

Irish Times – 27/10/2016

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Contact Information

Garda Representative Association
Floor 5,
Phibsboro Tower,
Dublin 7

Tel: (+353) 01 830 3533
Fax: 01 – 830 3331