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The Police Association of Victoria has produced two videos under the banner, “Pay Police what they Deserve”, that highlight some of the reasons why policing is such a tough job today and to underline just why police officers and PSOs are seeking fair pay and conditions.
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 of Victoria is an organisation that exists to advance and represent the industrial, legal, professional and welfare interests of its members.
Being an Association member will drive your dollar further when it comes to buying a new Holden or Renault car...more »
We are pleased to announce car rental discounts for all Association members...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 »
Our members are working 24/7 and it has always been important for The Police Association to be there for members in times of crisis no matter what the time of day or night. more»
Since Victoria Police released its restricted Pursuit Policy in July this year, The Police Association has received a steady stream of feedback from members. The feedback has been mixed but more recently it has focused on unintended consequences of the policy. more»