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Election Executive Member North West Metropolitan Region Area 1

The Australian Electoral Commission has called for nominations to fill a vacant position for an Executive member in North West Metropolitan Region Area 1. Nominations open on Monday, 3 April 2017 and must reach the Returning Officer’s office, postal or email address not later than 12:00 noon AEST on Thursday, 27 April 2017.

Election Executive Member Southern Region Area 1

The Australian Electoral Commission has called for nominations to fill a vacant position for an Executive member in Southern Region Area 1. Nominations open on Monday, 3 April 2017 and must reach the Returning Officer’s office, postal or email address not later than 12:00 noon AEST on Thursday, 27 April 2017.

Post-Election Report

Casual Election for Executive Member North West Metropolitan Region Area 1

NSW Police Legacy Darren Jones Appeal

Sgt Darren Jones is a serving member of the NSWPF based at Parramatta Local Area Command. Darren was diagnosed with Stage 3 Bowel Cancer in 2015 and recently received a Stage 4 Liver Cancer diagnosis.

BenchTV PANSW Member Only Offer

Do you need to complete CLE Requirements? BenchTV have created a promo code, to enable PANSW member’s access to their CLE material free of charge.

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NSW Police targets would-be lone wolves

A new NSW Police unit will work with mental health professionals to identify and target people at risk of becoming lone wolf terrorists.

Penalty rate cuts are bad for the economy, say 78 experts

Seventy-eight Australian economists have signed an open letter criticising the Fair Work Commission’s decision to slash penalty rates.

Law Reform Commission’s push to hide violent prisoners from police

DERANGED killers could get even more protections as the government is urged by law reformers to keep their release secret even from the police.

Refugee crime ‘strike’ threat: Fairfield police to go slow unless they get 10 new officers, multicultural liaison

POLICE in Sydney’s most deadly suburbs are threatening to go slow on crime because there is too much of it.

Police achieve their goal

Camden Local Area Command will have 10 new police officers in the coming weeks.

 

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