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Police News

The official journal of PANSW. Published monthly by Countrywide Austral and distributed free to members.


NSW police bitten by man claiming to have AIDS

PANSW calls for urgent changes to infectious disease testing following another shocking assault on NSW police officers.

Parole for cop killer defies belief

The State Parole Authority’s decision to grant parole to triple murderer Berwyn Rees simply defies belief. This disgraceful parole decision is an insult to the memory of the victims and shows no regard for the importance of their lives.

Will you join us at the 2019 Women’s Forum?

Following four successful years, the Police Association of NSW is again hosting our annual Women’s Forum on 24 & 25 October 2019 at the ParkRoyal, Parramatta. This year’s theme is #BalanceforBetter

NSW premiere Dark Blue movie

Along with other Police Associations across Australia, this week PANSW held an advance screening of Dark Blue: a dramatic movie produced by the PFA to prompt conversations on mental health issues faced by Police officers.

Prisoner Transport: Update

Update on Section 33s and Prisoner Transport trials in Newcastle, Parkes, and regional areas.

NSW Police Legacy | Blue Ribbon Ball 2019

Tickets for the 2019 Blue Ribbon Ball are on sale now. The Blue Ribbon Ball helps raise funds to continue the financial and compassionate support for members and their families.

Threat to future long service leave defeated 

After intense lobbying by PANSW at Parliament on behalf of members, the extremely negative move to rip away current entitlements from new officers who commence service has been defeated.

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NSW police officers’ six month HIV/AIDS wait as state government refuses to blood test offenders

The alleged attack of two police officers who are now facing a long wait to find out if they have HIV/AIDS has highlighted the need to bring NSW into line with other states in taking blood tests from offenders.

NSW police officer assaulted in Glen Innes

A NSW police officer has been kicked in the face while arresting a man in Glen Innes, and is suspected to have suffered a broken nose.

Top cop Supt Dave Darcy warns: ‘Mental health is our greatest challenge’

One of Sydney’s top policeman has revealed his officers have had to attend to 33 people suffering from mental illness in life threatening situations in the last three weeks.

Accused NSW cop basher refused bail

A 48-year-old man accused of kneeing a female police officer in the face four times and puncturing the lung of her colleague has lost his bid for release.

NSW Police officer injured on duty in Cobar

A country cop is in Sydney receiving treatment for facial injuries after she was allegedly assaulted by a woman armed with a schooner glass in Cobar.

'Nothing short of a disgrace'

Around seven police officers are assaulted every day, at work, in New South Wales. Nationally, that rate is even higher.

NSW govt forced to back down on plan to halve long service leave

THE NSW government has been forced to backed down from its plan to half the long service leave of new teachers, nurses and police officers.

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