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The 53-year-old man charged over the stabbing of a police officer with a hunting knife at Sydney's Central train station will remain behind bars until June.
NSW Police Association representatives says the Tweed Byron Police District is in a "staffing crisis” as it waits for politicians to make good on their promise of more cops for the region.
Extra police on the beat will more likely reduce crime rates through prevention rather than increased arrest rates, according to a new study from the state's crime research body.
True Crime Australia will this week launch an exciting new 10-part podcast series to take subscribers for the first time behind the Police Tape for some of Australia’s most compelling crimes.
NSW Police is in the grips of a mental health emergency with hundreds of highly trained officers leaving each year suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
GABRIELLA Thompson, a young Hunter mother, was brutally stabbed to death by her ex-partner, 21-year-old Tafari Walton, a troubled young man with a history of mental illness and domestic abuse who only seven weeks earlier had been granted bail and released on parole.
A NSW police officer has experienced first-hand just how dangerous the state’s new “go slow” rule can be, after almost being hit by a truck.
NSW opposition leader Michael Daley has backed boosting public sector pay despite an attack from the coalition government.
The NSW government is appealing a decision by the state’s parole board to release triple murderer and cop killer Berwyn Rees after almost 40 years behind bars.
The Hume Local Area Command will receive 58 more police officers if a Labor government is elected at the state election in March.
Four men have been granted bail to appear in court next month charged after police and a security guard were allegedly assaulted on the Central Coast at the weekend.
Police say red tape preventing highly-trained police from accessing long arms is putting the lives of police and the community at risk, particularly in regional areas.
NSW Police has slashed the number of specially trained elite cops who have access to long-arm rifles patrolling the city at night.
Hundreds of NSW drivers have been slugged with a $448 fine during the trial of a controversial new road rule which forces motorists to slow down to 40km/h when passing stopped emergency vehicles.
Senior Constable Helen McMurtrie has somehow kept her sense of humour.
NSW Police have been promised more stations, personnel and support to continue their fine work by the government and Opposition
The NSW opposition will spend $80 million upgrading security at police stations and an extra $12 million funding for a rehabilitation program for injured police if it wins government next month.
A young NSW probationary constable has died in hospital three days after he was injured in a four-car crash in Sydney's south.
ORANGE Police are no closer to knowing whether they will receive the 14 extra officers they say are required to fight crime, despite ongoing overwork.
THE state’s police association has made fresh calls for country cops to be issued with long arm rifles in the wake of this month’s shooting in Glen Innes.
As a first-response police officer working in Sydney for the last 20 years, I’ve witnessed first hand the important changes between pre and post lockout eras, and the difference between spending entire nights pulling apart drunken assaults, to now moving these resources to proactive work facilitating a better response to crime.
THE NSW Government has announced there will be 1500 new police officers across the state in a move that is the biggest influx of recruits in more than 30 years.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Police Minister Troy Grant have announced the NSW Police force will be bolstered by 1500 new officers.
Politicians who vote to repeal Sydney's controversial lockout laws will have blood on their hands, a group of NSW emergency service workers say.
Crime concerns saw people lining up in droves to sign a petition for more police officers on the ground.
Northern Daily Leader: After more than a month of campaigning, the Tamworth branch of the Police Association of NSW will set-up shop in the Fitzroy Street mall on Thursday to get the community to back their push for more boots in Tamworth and the wider Oxley Police District.
More than 200 registered child sex offenders are missing in NSW — and police have no idea where to find them.
Daily Telegraph: MORE than 200 registered child sex offenders are missing in NSW — and police have no idea where to find them. Many of those who have slipped the net simply provided false addresses while others have moved without informing the authorities — something they are required to do to stay out of jail.
New figures released by the Police Association of New South Wales have revealed police do not know the whereabouts of 201 offenders in the state.
Police have now revealed to The Daily Telegraph that they have lost track of more than 200 registered child sex offenders in NSW.
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