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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.
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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 »
The Police Association finds it difficult to accept that the man whose actions led to an explosion causing horrific injuries to three of our members and two of their fire fighter colleagues at Middle Park earlier this year, will not pay a price for his actions according to a decision by a Magistrate yesterday. more»
Members still have time to secure their place to hear Dr Kevin Gilmartin, the world’s leading authority on advancing the emotional wellbeing of police officers, when he presents in Melbourne next week. more»
In the September 2014 edition of the TPA Journal, The Association advised members of concerns with how Victoria Police was dealing with adjustments to ATO balances. more»