Please click here to secure your place at one of two Dr Kevin Gilmartin sessions held on November 19, 2014 at the Dallas Brooks Centre in East Melbourne.
Support our campaign for 1,880 extra police and new police stations in growth areas. Click on the title above for more information.
Watch Ron Iddles address the crowd at the launch of the Association's 'Safe in our Homes, Safe on our Streets' campaign.
The Association is excited to offer members and their families access to an exclusive benefits program called TPAV Rewards. TPAV Rewards is completely free for members and their families to use. There are no hidden fees or charges and it takes just a few seconds to register. Click here for more information >
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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Click here to secure your place at one of two Dr Kevin Gilmartin sessions held on November 19, 2014....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 »
Last night’s incident near the Endeavour Hills Police Station, which left one of our members and his Australian Federal Police colleague in hospital with multiple stab wounds, is not just another reminder of the inherent dangers of police work. It’s more than that. more»
The Police Association, in partnership with Victoria Police, is delighted to announce that Dr Kevin Gilmartin, the world’s leading authority on advancing the emotional wellbeing of police officers, is coming to Melbourne in November. more»
Since launching nearly three weeks ago, our Safe in our Homes; Safe on our Streets campaign for 1,880 extra first-response police in the next five years, continues to gather momentum. more»