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Casual Election Executive Member – Central Metropolitan Region Area Two

The Australian Electoral Commission has called for nominations to fill a vacant position for an Executive member in Central Metropolitan Region Area Two.

Member Offer: Betta Mates program

Exclusive offer for Police Federation Australia members - Become a Betta Club member and receive additional 10% off in store or online

PANSW and NSW Police Legacy - Wild Day Out 23 October

The Wild Day Out, Family Fun Day is an opportunity to bring family and friends together and get a little wild at Symbio Wildlife Park. Symbio are offering the PANSW and NSW Police Legacy a special offer of $17 Adults/$10 Children.

Emergency Service Workers to fight moves to water down lock-out laws.

The Last Drinks Coalition says whilst it welcomes the findings of the Callinan Review which confirmed that the reduction in trading hours has saved lives and reduced assaults on emergency service workers, it will campaign against any moves to weaken lock-­out laws.

CITIZEN - PANSW Member Offer 30% off the RRP

For more than 90 years CITIZEN have been at the forefront of innovative watch technology.

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People who spit on police officers could face jail under new laws

SCUM who spit at our cops would be put behind bars for up to 14 years under tough new laws to crack down on the “filthy attacks”.

Lindt siege: Police furious over inquest ‘show trial’

The Police Association of NSW has launched a blistering attack on the inquest into the deadly Lindt café terror siege, claiming it was a “show trial” that destroyed the reputations of police officers.

Lindt siege inquest is the wrong approach

AS an operational cop for more than 27 years in the city and the country, in general duties, criminal investigations and working as a negotiator, I have witnessed the very best of policing.

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.

 

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