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WA police to increase industrial action

The WA Police Union has instructed members to escalate industrial action by not seeking police costs in court and closing stations if only one officer is present.

NSW Police back officers in fatal shooting

The response of officers who fatally shot a knife-wielding man in northern NSW followed "textbook" procedure, police say.

Two men charged after terror plot

Two men have been charged with planning a terrorist act by police investigating an alleged Sydney-based plot to bring down a plane.

Homicide squad investigate police shooting

Police will conduct an internal investigation and independent review after officers shot and killed a man at Sydney's Central Station.

Police officer and local dad hailed as heroes for saving drowning boys

A mother and son have been reunited with a police officer and local resident who saved two boys from drowning on the New South Wales Central Coast.

Australia to get super security ministry

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has created a new super ministry to manage national security to be overseen by Peter Dutton.

Central Hunter police numbers not growing despite population growth in Maitland

The NSW Police Association has backed Maitland MP Jenny Aitchison’s call for more police officers to walk the beat across the city.

Inverell police association members call for building fund commitment

The Inverell Branch of the Police Association of NSW are calling on the State Government to progress the building of a new police station at Inverell saying a commitment to funding is long overdue.

Cop numbers in spotlight

The issue of staffing levels within Orana Local Area Command has again boiled over, with the union that represents officers adamant a trial agreement for minimum staffing levels will be just that.

Kicked NSW policeman in serious condition

A Sydney police officer is in a serious condition after hitting his head hard on the road during a struggle with a teenager he was trying to arrest.

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.
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