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Newcastle solution is working

For emergency services workers like myself, and anyone else who has ever been exposed to the horrors of drunken violence, it’s without question that the Newcastle solution is working.

Emergency workers slam NSW lockout review

Emergency service workers have slammed a review to loosen Newcastle's lockout laws, questioning whether NSW is being run for the community or the liquor industry.

NSW Police Association Central Hunter branch halt industrial action over police numbers

Confidence that more officers will join them on the ground has led Central Hunter police to put their industrial action plans on ice.

Qld policeman stabbed in trespass incident

It will take a Queensland officer at least six weeks to recover from being stabbed by trespasser at a property north of Brisbane, police say.

Five young Sydney terror plotters jailed

Even as he was being jailed for planning a terror act in Sydney, Sulayman Khalid maintained his "unwavering devotion" to extremist ideology by making a one-fingered Islamic State salute.

"The government can no longer gamble with the safety of the people of NSW."

The Police Association of NSW (PANSW) has criticised the low number of officers in the NSW Police Force.

Mayor comments on police numbers

Narromine mayor Craig Davies said he would welcome extended hours for police and extra officers appointed to the shire.

Police Association urges a boost in police numbers by 2500

The Police Association of NSW (PANSW) has urged the government to boost police numbers by at least 2500 in the next five years, or risk the safety of the people of NSW.

Frustration from NSW Police Association Central Hunter branch over no new Cessnock Police Station

The local police union branch has accused the NSW Government of “mixed messages” over a potential new police station at Cessnock.

Association demands extra cops on NSW beat

The Police Association of NSW is pleading with the state government for an extra 2500 frontline officers over the next five years, warning the state risks following Victoria where crime is "out of control".

Curtis Cheng's son speaks out against hate

It has been more than two years since the "senseless" daylight shooting murder of NSW Police accountant Curtis Cheng and his son Alpha continues to speak out against violence. It helps him cope with his loss.

Sydney officer praised after river rescue

The police officer who plucked a woman from her car seconds before it sank in Sydney's Georges River has been hailed as a hero.

NSW elite police to be armed with M4s

Elite police officers from NSW's Public Order and Riot Squad are undergoing training to use high-powered M4 machine guns and will soon patrol the streets with them.

9/11 Brought Out the Best In LEOs

When the first plane hit the World Trade Center, Rich Miller was sound asleep. He was scheduled to attend a diver rescue training exercise at noon and was using the rare free morning to get some extra rest.

Top cops pound 1300km of pavement for charity

TWO Penrith chief inspectors have joined the Run Against Violence charity marathon this month as recent statistics revealed more than 1000 domestic violence incidents were reported within a year.

NSW officer saves couple from burning home

An off-duty police officer has kicked down the door to a burning home in Sydney's inner west and saved an elderly couple while on his way to work.
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