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  • A greater police presence on the streets

    The WA Police Union represents more than 6,500 police officers, police auxiliary officers and police cadets across the State. WAPU supports all Members and always acts in their best interests.

  • Strength in unity

    98 per cent of WA police officers are WA Police Union Members. WAPU assists Members by providing a range of services including industrial, legal and welfare.

WAPU launches social media campaign

WAPU launches social media campaign

Earlier this year we asked our Members to send in examples of colourful, insulting and threatening language directed at them or their fellow officers during the course of their duties. We received a ... Read more

PAO rejection sends strong message to Government

PAO rejection sends strong message to Government

The WA Police Union has rejected the State Government’s miserly pay offer on behalf of the State’s police auxiliary officers. The Government’s offer was a 1.5 per cent pay rise per year for two years ... Read more

Police News’ first editor

Police News’ first editor

Having read the numerous recordings of the important events in the editions of the Police Review now Police News, it continues to amaze me the uncovering of interesting and diverse stories as well as ... Read more

Blue Light Appeal dinner to raise funds for PTSD

Blue Light Appeal dinner to raise funds for PTSD

In July this year, the Blue Light Appeal will hold its inaugural gala dinner, bringing together the Western Australian community in order to support a worthy charitable organisation. All funds raised ... Read more

Speed cameras not the solution to road deaths

Speed cameras not the solution to road deaths

The deaths of 11 road users in 72 hours on the March Labour Day long weekend has had a significant impact on the families and first responders. Why is it that the cause of these deaths has not p ... Read more

Campaign continues for Ryan

Campaign continues for Ryan

The battle to get compensation for paralysed police officer Ryan Marron is still ongoing. Nearly five years after contracting Murray Valley Encephalitis, Ryan’s legal team and the WA Police Union are ... Read more