The Police Association has produced advertisements showing a number of typical interactions between police and the public to explain what most police and PSO work is about.
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.
The Police Association has launched its Strategic Plan 2015 – 2018 document which sets out a coherent approach to realising its key objectives and policy priorities over the next four years.
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 of Victoria is an organisation that exists to advance and represent the industrial, legal, professional and welfare interests of its members.
Tax time is here again which means it’s time to start thinking about preparing and lodging your tax return....more »
Many police have in the past applied to become silent electors and in the current security environment police and PSOs should definitely consider making this application....more »
We have teamed up with three of Australia’s largest health funds to offer members discounts on their private health insurance....more »
The Police Association's recently launched 'Thankyou' Campaign has started to reach its audience with screenings in cinemas, online and with more than 60,000 views on our Facebook site, it is drawing hundreds of positive comments. more»
The Police Association recently concluded negotiations in relation to the commuted overtime allowance on behalf of members performing similar duties and work patterns as Detectives (eg: TIO's attached to investigations units and members at crime tasking units). more»