PANSW News

Latest news updates from the Police Association of NSW.

SUPPORT OUR CALL FOR 2500 MORE POLICE - click here to sign our petition

More police on the beat = less crime on the street. Sign the petition to Minister for Police, Troy Grant, calling on him to deliver the additional police NSW needs.

National Police Bravery Award 2018

The Police Federation of Australia proudly announced the winner of the inaugural National Police Bravery Awards is Senior Constable Stephanie Bochorsky from Western Australia.

PANSW Women’s Forum 2018

Hear from guest speakers and senior figures in the NSWPF, learn about workplace issues affecting our female members, and build connections with fellow attendees.

Ray Hadley unleashes on Corrections Minister over Kempsey jail ‘disgrace’.

President of the PANSW, Tony King called in while Minister Elliott was on-air, confronting him over the disgrace at Kempsey.

Election of Delegates to PFA Federal Council

The Australian Electoral Commission have declared the election of Delegates to PFA Federal Council and provided the attached election report.

PANSW Media Release: POLICE ATTACKED OUTSIDE POLICE STATION

The Police Association of NSW (PANSW) said today’s incident at Eastwood Police Station highlights the dangers of policing in the current global threat environment.

PANSW Media Release: BUDGET IGNORES LAW AND ORDER

The Police Association of NSW (PANSW) today implored the Berejiklian government to hear our call for 500 police today, and a further 500 each year over the term of the next Government.

‘Back the Blue.’

PANSW 2018 Budget Submission, “How the NSW Government must prioritise Community Safety'.

Executive Elections

The Australian Electoral Commission has provided a Post-Election Report regarding our recent elections for President, Vice President, Treasurer, Executive members and Delegates to the Biennial Conference. The report is attached for the information of members along with the declaration of the elections for all of the positions.

Armidale branch of the NSW Police Association calls for end to prisoner escorts

Monday 14 May 2018
Northern Daily Leader - Armidale branch of the NSW Police Association calls for end to prisoner escorts, arguing frontline resourcing putting New England towns at risk

Financial Statements 2017

The comprehensive Audited 2017 Financial Statements for your Association, a Summary of Financial Information and the Operating Report of the NSW Police Branch of the Police Federation of Australia can be viewed in the attachments below.

NSW POLICE LEGACY APPEAL: Supporting Senior Constables ‘Jono’ Wright & Matt Foley

On the evening of Friday, 16 February the lives of two police officers were changed forever and while both are now in stable but serious conditions, they face lengthy recovery periods.

PANSW calls for 2,500 extra officers to deal with threats to public

PANSW President, Scott Weber, tells Mark Levy on 2GB that NSW needs an additional 2,500 officers to prevent terrorist incidents and organised crime.

PANSW Media Release: NSW Government must fund more police - NSW Police needs 2,500 Officers.

The Police Association of NSW (PANSW) today called on the Government to stop gambling with the safety of the people of NSW. For years, the police officers of NSW have strived to do more to service and protect the community without the necessary resources.

POLICE FAMILY DESERVE BACKUP FOR LIFE

Former police officers and their families are being urged to make contact with NSW Police Legacy’s support initiative BACKUP For Life as it expands its services in the new year.

'Science, politics, and the play of chance in recent Australian drinking law changes'

Outstanding academic article and research by Professor Kypros Kypri of Newcastle University on the benefits of shorter trading hours in Newcastle, Sydney, Kings Cross, Queensland and internationally.

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...

Promoting the Mental Health of First Responders

Beyondblue has launched a framework to protect and support the mental health of first responders.

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