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December 2016

  • Members recalled over Christmas Period to receive full entitlements

    Most members will be well aware of counter-terrorism related arrests in Victoria over the past 48 hours. In light of the evolving security situation, Victoria Police has advised the Police Association that it intends to recall a substantial number of our members. more »

  • IBAC report about Transit PSOs is overstated and lacks context

    Today the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) released a report titled `Transit Protective Services Officers an Exploration of Corruption and Misconduct Risks’. The report cites an increase in complaint allegations received regarding the conduct of Transit Protective Services officers between 2012 and 2015.more »

  • Walk the Kokoda trail: Expressions of interest invited

    The Police Association is making available an opportunity for an Association member who would like to walk the Kokoda trail while mentoring a disengaged youth (from Melbourne’s northern suburbs) over a 10-day period in June/July 2017.more »

  • Making the frontline a priority

    The Police Association has over the past two years advocated strongly for more police to ease the mounting pressure on our members and to stop the erosion of police services seen in the community that is occurring as a result. The government today announced that it wants Victoria Police to fix this and focus on the frontline by providing minimum policing services to the community.more »

  • 2729 new Police means help is on the way

    Earlier this year we told members that our highest priority was to address critical resource shortages across the state. Today, following our intense advocacy, the government has announced that it will provide a net additional 2729 sworn police over the next four years.more »

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