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

 

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Injured Police Officers

In San Francisco, Sergeant Eric Batchelder is a fully operational investigator working on the street, despite the amputation of his lower left leg. This would not be the case in NSW...

PFA Pre-Election Submission

The Police Federation of Australia (PFA) represents the professional and industrial interests of more than 60,000 police officers across the country.

Father’s Day WARRIOR Fun Run

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

PIC: Ruins reputations and careers - Seven years of investigation, one day of vindication

The Police Association of NSW (PANSW) today welcomed the decision vindicating four police officers accused of giving misleading evidence over the shooting of Adam Salter in 2009.

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'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.

NSW cop killer term should stand: family

SYDNEY, June 21 AAP - The family of a NSW policeman murdered by a man who was mentally ill, want the killer's lengthy sentence to remain unchanged in recognition of the dangers faced by officers in the line of duty.

Slain Tamworth policeman David Rixon a 'true officer of the law'

A coroner has apologised to the family of a murdered policeman killed on duty in Tamworth in 2012 but praised the officer's heroic actions in his final moments to handcuff his killer.

 

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