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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.
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 Police Association has teamed up with the University of Melbourne to provide 25 scholarship places for members to understand workplace issues, improve employment relations and get a professional edge....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 »
Victoria Police recently sought judicial review in the Supreme Court of two decisions of the Review Division of the Police Registration and Services Board that overturned the dismissal of two members. more»
With the work of our members getting more difficult by the day it seems incredible that Victoria Police would even suggest that it is fair or reasonable to offer you a 2.5 percent pay rise as part of its EB Log of Claims. more»
The Supreme Court has today handed down its decision in relation to a legal challenge brought by two of our members against the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission’s intention to examine the members publicly, in circumstances where they have been suspended on the basis that they are suspected to have committed criminal offences. more»