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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.

We are on Instagram

We are on Instagram

WAPU is now live on Instagram. Head over to our page and follow us for updates! ... Read more

WAPU Rule changes - January 2019

Last year’s Annual Conference delivered a number of proposed changes to the WAPU Constitution. View the Proposed Constitutional changes View the Annual Conference Motions In order for these Motions ... Read more

Laurie Morley addresses Annual Conference

Retired Sergeant Laurie Morley spoke to Annual Conference about this battles with PTSD and an incident in Harvey which nearly claimed his life. Even though Laurie received very serious injuries, due ... Read more

applications open for redress scheme

applications open for redress scheme

The WA Police Union encourages former police officers who were injured or became ill at work and were subsequently medically retired under Section 8 to apply to the WA Medically Retired Police Redress ... Read more

WAPU NOW – The Power of Opportunity

All WAPU Members are invited to participate in The Power of Opportunity seminar hosted by the WAPU Network of Women. This seminar, which details how taking risks and saying yes to opportunities opens ... Read more

WA Police Union Family Support for Police Officers

WA Police Union Family Support for Police Officers

Family members of police officers are often the first to notice changes in their loved one. WAPU has produced a helpful guide which assists family members in supporting police officers who have bee ... Read more