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  • A greater police presence on the streets

    The WA Police Union represents more than 6,000 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.

social media supports our cops

social media supports our cops

Founded after the terrible treatment of police officers at a shooting in Carlisle last year, a Facebook page supporting WA police officers continues to gain momentum. Founder Joshua McEwen said he st ... Read more

Karratha blood fiasco still unresolved

Karratha blood fiasco still unresolved

Nathaniel Kett put on his WA Police uniform every day, he gave the job everything he had and he was bloody good at it.He had desires to be a police officer from an early age, possibly even be an offic ... Read more

It's Tough Enough

It's Tough Enough

The WA Police Union Annual Conference, held over November 24-25, this year focused on the need to compensate medically retired officers and the welfare of those serving. Union President George Tilbur ... Read more

Heroism Medal rewards Smith's service

Heroism Medal rewards Smith's service

Christopher Smith was shocked when he won the Heroism Medal as part of the pride of Australia Awards recently. So shocked to win, Chris didn’t even have a speech prepared so he thanked his family and ... Read more

WAPU launches Project Recompense

WAPU launches Project Recompense

The WA Police Union launched its two-year research project, Project Recompense, which seeks a fair and equitable compensation scheme for medically retired police officers. WAPU Senior Vice President ... Read more

Bike ride raises funds for Legacy

Bike ride raises funds for Legacy

The wind gods may not have been on their side, but it certainly did not stop 29 riders pedal the 835 kilometres for the 21st Karratha to Broome Bike Ride for WA Police Legacy. Numbers were a little ... Read more