Latest news updates from the Police Association of NSW.
Secretary of the Police Association of NSW, Pat Gooley, updates members on the impact of the current crisis on the Award 2020
Nominations are called for: Ordinary Members of Branch Executive - Central Metropolitan Region Area Two (1); South West Metropolitan Area Two (1)
This page offers some quicklinks to bushfire emergency information.
Nominations are called for Delegates to Biennial Conference from each region. Read more to find out how many delegates are called for from each region and to access nomination forms.
Explainer: The Police Services section of the Report on Government Services.
Rod Roberts MLC continues to support Police in the NSW Parliament Legislative Council.
Pauline Hanson MP demands government release all amendments surrounding the proposed union-restricting laws ASAP.
Congratulations to LSC Amanda Vidler, Rotary Police Officer of the Year and also Regional NSW Field Operations Police Officer of the Year, and all the nominees and winners of the 2019 Rotary Police Officer of the Year Awards.
Government announce legislation will be introduced to Parliament in February 2020 to institute mandatory blood testing for those who attack police.
This week we honour the memory of our fallen police officers with services held across the state.
The State Parole Authority’s decision to grant parole to triple murderer Berwyn Rees simply defies belief. This disgraceful parole decision is an insult to the memory of the victims and shows no regard for the importance of their lives.
Along with other Police Associations across Australia, this week PANSW held an advance screening of Dark Blue: a dramatic movie produced by the PFA to prompt conversations on mental health issues faced by Police officers.
Update on Section 33s and Prisoner Transport trials in Newcastle, Parkes, and regional areas.
After intense lobbying by PANSW at Parliament on behalf of members, the extremely negative move to rip away current entitlements from new officers who commence service has been defeated.
To ensure police have an effective and fair promotions system, The Association asked members what they want the promotions system to achieve through a confidential survey. The survey results provided a clear indication of the direction members want for this review.
Injury and illness can strike anyone, including our members. When it does, the effects run deep throughout the whole police family.
In early May, Det. Snr. Constable Damien Knowles was diagnosed with cancer.
PANSW member, Michael, shares his experience with both physical and mental illness on the job.
Police call for mandatory disease testing following a savage attack on a member earlier this week.
Comparing the commitments on policing of the major and minor parties ahead of the 2019 state election
PANSW Secretary Pat Gooley discusses psychological injury and importance of increasing funding for support services with Ray Hadley. A shocking 95% of medical discharges are due to Psychological injury.
Following the tragedy in Christchurch, President of the NZ Police Association speaks on the heroic efforts of officers involved.
When tragedy strikes, the damage left behind ripples throughout the whole community. This is evident from the tragic incident on Thursday in Glendale when police were forced to defend their own lives from a man with a violent and troubled past.
Mel is the face of our CARE program and encourages NSW Police to utilise policies to support injured workers back into the workplace.
Ray Hadley has revealed a horrific attack on police where the offenders have been released on bail.
An attack on nsw police officers over the weekend in which two officers were set upon by a group of people is sickening. The courts again fail to live up to the expectations of police and their communities.
A decision to allow triple murderer, Berwyn Rees, to walk free is a complete disgrace and offensive not just to the family of those whose lives he cut short, but also to every police officer across the state.
Police are calling for an end to the restrictive NSW Government public sector wage cap, saying the 2.5% cap will inevitably lead to essential workers, such as police, moving interstate.
Message on Mental Health from the national policing body of Australia, the Police Federation of Australia (PFA)
Beyond Blue has released ground-breaking research into the mental health and well-being of police and emergency service personnel across 33 agencies in every state and territory.
This week, NSW cross bench MLC Robert Borsak will put a new Bill to Parliament repealing Sydney’s lock out laws. Tell MLC Robert Borsak and key decision makers that these life-saving laws should not be scrapped.