TPAV NOW is a new initiative designed to inform and empower more female members to become actively involved in their Association and to advance issues that are relevant to women in the workplace.
Your Association has been working hard for the past three years to develop a detailed Log of Claims on behalf of all members – regardless of rank, position or work-location. This will form the basis of our negotiations with the employer on your behalf.
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 Police Association’s partnership with Simply Energy continues to grow with new and improved discount offers launching this month.
The Police Association is pleased to announce that it has teamed up with A1 Airport Parking to offer members discounts on vehicle parking at Melbourne Airport.
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 is excited to offer members and their families access to an exclusive benefits program called TPAV Rewards....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 Holden or Renault car...more »
As we’ve advised in previous InBriefs, The Police Association’s legal team last week lodged an injunction application in the Supreme Court of Victoria in a bid to stop IBAC from publicly examining a number of our members in relation to allegations made against them. more»
The Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission (IBAC) yesterday sought to commence public examinations of members in relation to serious allegations made against them. more»
The Police Association’s Executive Committee has unanimously decided to resume our affiliation with the Victorian Trades Hall Council – the State’s peak union body. more»