The Police Association and the University of Melbourne have again joined forces to provide scholarship opportunities to 25 Police Association members who are looking to improve their industrial relations knowledge. Click here for more info.
The Police Association is pleased to announce that it has teamed up with three of Australia’s largest health funds, giving Association members the opportunity for a better deal on their private health insurance.
The Association is excited to offer members and their families access to an exclusive benefits program called TPAV Rewards. TPAV Rewards is completely free for members and their families to use. There are no hidden fees or charges and it takes just a few seconds to register. Click here for more information.
The Police Association has teamed up with Simply Energy to offer Association members substantial savings off the cost of gas and electricity bills. Click on the title above to find out more.
The Association owns and provides affordable, quality holiday accommodation for the benefit of our members and their families. Click here to take a look at our vacancies.
The Police Association of Victoria is an organisation that exists to advance and represent the industrial, legal, professional and welfare interests of its members.
The Association’s partnership with Simply Energy continues to grow with new and improved discount offers launching in May....more »
We have teamed up with three of Australia’s largest health funds to offer members discounts on their private health insurance....more »
Being an Association member will drive your dollar further when it comes to buying a new car....more »
State should not rely on a legal technicality to avoid compensation for injured police members (26/14)
The Police Association has recently become aware of a legal matter where a former member has brought a damages action against the State (Victoria Police) as a result of an injury suffered in the course of his duties while serving as a member of the Victoria Police Force. more»
Members are being urged to check their latest pay slip today as part of ‘National Check Your Pay Day’. more»
From today, all members in the ESSSuper Defined Benefit scheme will be able to exercise greater control over who will inherit their superannuation entitlements when they die. more»