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Father’s Day WARRIOR Fun Run

Celebrate the men in your life this Father’s Day in Centennial Park! Sunday 4 September 2016

Father’s Day with RedBalloon - PANSW Member Offer 10% Discount

Father's Day is officially just around the corner and if you're guilty of putting off your gift-hunt because you just don't know what to get him, don't panic, RedBalloon have last minute gift ideas to inspire you.

Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance - Saturday 17 September 2016

The Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance is held each September in the lead up to National Police Remembrance Day.

NSW Police Rugby League Graeme Donnelly Memorial Cup - Sunday 25 September 2016

Remembering Det S/Cst Steve Tier and S/Cst Pat Carney. All proceeds go to supporting NSW Police Legacy and PCYC

Fire Response PANSW Member Offer

Fire Response is one of Australia’s leading Fire, Safety and Rescue equipment wholesalers and suppliers. They are proud suppliers to Government and Industry, including police and paramedics.

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Sydney RBT turns into assault, car chase

A man who tested negative in a random breath test allegedly grabbed a policeman's arm through the window and drove off, dragging the officer along the road for several metres.

Too Few Police Walk the Streets

THE police shortage has become so chronic in some areas of Sydney that beat policing is under threat or non-existent.

'Miracle' no one else hurt: NSW police

It's a miracle no one else was hurt when a man set the inside of his car on fire and rammed it into the garage door of a Sydney police station, police say.

Govt appeals Hyde Park rioter release

The state government has lodged an appeal against the NSW parole board's decision to release one of Australia's most high-profile prisoners.

Police cleared of misleading evidence in inquest into death of Adam Salter

ALL charges against three NSW police officers accused of giving misleading evidence to an inquest into the shooting of a mentally ill man were dropped yesterday, ending seven years of investigations into their roles in his death.

 

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