PANSW Executive Committee comprises of 19 members, featured below with their representative regions.
The Chief Executive Officer is the President, the only serving police officer employed full time on PANSW activities during his or her period of office.
The Executive meeting is held for two days every second month. Their primary function is to carry out policy set at the Biennial Conference and deal with matters affecting the membership arising between such times.
Central Met 1
Sydney City, Surry Hills, Kings Cross, Eastern Beaches, Eastern Suburbs, Central Metropolitan Region Office.
Central Met 2
Marrickville, Newtown, Balmain , Glebe, Redfern, Mascot, St George, Hurstville, Kingsgrove, Riverwood, Cronulla Police Station, Miranda, Engadine, Menai, Sutherland.
Southwest Met 1
Burwood, Campsie, Flemington, Cumberland, Bankstown.
South West Met 2
Narellan, The Oaks, Picton Campbelltown, Macquarie Fields, Eaglevale Police Station, Fairfield Police Station, Wetherill Park, Cabramatta, Green Valley, Liverpool.
Brisbane Waters, Tuggerah Lakes, Hunter Valley, Newcastle City, Lake Macquarie, Northern Region Office, Port Stephens/Hunter.
Coffs-Clarence, Manning-Great Lakes, Mid North Coast, Richmond, Tweed-Byron.
Northwest Met 1
Blacktown, Mt Druitt, Nepean, Hawkesbury, Blue Mountains, Quakers Hill.
Northwest Met 2
Parramatta, The Hills, Ryde, North Shore, Kuring Gai, Northern Beaches, North West Metropolitan Region Office.
Murray River, Riverina, Murrumbidgee, The Hume, Monaro.
Lake Illawarra, Wollongong, South Coast, Southern Region Office.
Barrier, Chifley, New England, Central North, Orana Mid-Western, Central West, Oxley, Western Region Office.
Commissioned Officers Branch
State Crime, Professional Standards, Police Prosecutions, State Intelligence.
Education and Training, Forensic Evidence and Technical Services, Operational Communications and Information, Capability, Performance and Youth.
Traffic & Highway Patrol Command