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WA police to start go-slow action after stab-proof vest refusal

The public are being warned to expect delays in police response times as officers begin an unprecedented work-to-rule campaign that includes restrictions on attending dangerous jobs if they are not carrying a stab-proof vest.

NSW Police Association threatens legal action against government over pay entitlements

THE NSW Police Association is threatening “political and industrial action” against the state government, accusing Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s bureaucrats of seeking to deprive police of $2 million a year worth of entitlements in their new pay deal.

Slain Qld cop's widow: 'You were my hero'

The wife of slain Queensland policeman Brett Forte has paid a tearful tribute to her late husband, telling mourners gathered for his funeral, "You were my hero and my soul mate and I will love you forever."

Police not to blame for Lindt, coroner

The Lindt Cafe siege was a terrorist incident, and Man Haron Monis alone was responsible for the deaths, not police, NSW Coroner Michael Barnes has found.

Lindt cafe inquest a 'witch-hunt': Police

The NSW Police Association says the inquest into Sydney's Lindt Cafe siege was a witch-hunt seeking to blame police for the deaths of hostages while protecting Director of Public Prosecutions lawyers.

Police fury at Lindt siege ‘stitch up’, inquest slammed as ‘witch hunt’

Grassroots police claim the Lindt siege inquest was a “witch hunt” which unfairly targeted officers and let bungling Director of Public Prosecutions lawyers off too lightly.

NSW's top cop 'devastated' by court ruling

NSW's police commissioner has vowed to champion harsher penalties for harming his officers after a failed bid to launch a High Court appeal over the sentence of the mentally ill killer of detective Bryson Anderson.

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.

Camden Police have agreed to end industrial action after 10 new officers were promised for the region

Camden Police have ended their ongoing industrial action after the police union reached an agreement to add 10 new officers to Camden Local Area Command (LAC).

Police achieve their goal

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

Critical police shortage in Camden and Wollondilly

Severe staff shortages have forced Camden police officers to ramp up industrial action which could cause serious delays in response times.

NSW Cabinet reshuffle: Police surprised by ministry split, Labor says counter-terrorism separation 'farcical'

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian's decision to create a separate portfolio for counter-terrorism has taken the state's police force by surprise, sources have told the ABC.

Counter terrorism police operations in Australia being targeted by the very suspects they are pursuing

COUNTER terrorism police operations are being targeted by the very suspects they are pursuing.

Sydney's last drinks and lockout laws are working

Almost four years ago, 18-year-old Daniel Christie was out with his brother and mates in Kings Cross to celebrate New Year. At 9pm a drunken man attacked the group from behind, on the street, beating the teenagers in a savage senseless attack that took just 90 seconds.
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