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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST - Provision of Legal Services

The Police Association of NSW is inviting Expressions of Interest from individuals or legal firms with experience in providing legal representation and services consistent with the requirements of the PANSW Financial Legal Assistance Scheme.

Return of Dr Kevin Gilmartin

The NSWPF and PANSW are bringing back Dr Kevin Gilmartin on 28 and 29 September 2017 to deliver three sessions to police officers and family members on emotional survival.


Your Association is supporting Leading Senior Constable, Nicholas Herridge who is the paternal uncle of murdered Sydney schoolboy, Julian Cadman, killed in the Barcelona terrorist attack.

10th Anniversary of the passing of NSW Police Officer Chief Inspector Paul Baker

Today we remember our good friend Paul Marshall Baker.
Photo: QPS


Statement by Ian Leavers released to all police in Queensland and interstate, including details for the Brett Forte Remembrance Fund:


Your Association has today given the real story to the media in support of our men and women involved in the Lindt café siege; from those attending the initial call-out, conducting negotiations, the officers first through the door and the siege aftermath.

PANSW Member Only Offer – CAMMY 25% Discount & Free Cameras

Cammy is the world’s only home alarm that guarantees no false alarms. With easy to set up Wi-Fi cameras and smart person detection, Cammy is simple to use and only alerts you when a person is detected on camera.


NSW police 'haven't given up' on Tyrrell

Senior NSW detectives have not given up on the investigation into the disappearance of Sydney boy William Tyrrell, as his family and foster family mark three years since he vanished.

9/11 Brought Out the Best In LEOs

When the first plane hit the World Trade Center, Rich Miller was sound asleep. He was scheduled to attend a diver rescue training exercise at noon and was using the rare free morning to get some extra rest.

Top cops pound 1300km of pavement for charity

TWO Penrith chief inspectors have joined the Run Against Violence charity marathon this month as recent statistics revealed more than 1000 domestic violence incidents were reported within a year.

Sydney police officer struck by car

A police officer is recovering in hospital after he was struck by a speeding car whose driver refused to pull over in Sydney's southwest.

NSW officer saves couple from burning home

An off-duty police officer has kicked down the door to a burning home in Sydney's inner west and saved an elderly couple while on his way to work.

Knife-wielding NSW man not guilty: court

A knife-wielding man who was shot after he lunged towards a police officer in a busy Sydney shopping strip wanted to kill himself, a court has heard.

WA police to increase industrial action

The WA Police Union has instructed members to escalate industrial action by not seeking police costs in court and closing stations if only one officer is present.

Police officer and local dad hailed as heroes for saving drowning boys

A mother and son have been reunited with a police officer and local resident who saved two boys from drowning on the New South Wales Central Coast.


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