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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.

Karen's case: The catalyst for change

Karen's case: The catalyst for change

By Steven Glover Karen Smith loves response policing. She has been a Response officer for the past six years and she is passionate about helping others. While on duty in Midland, she and her partner ... Read more

Second phase of It’s Tough Enough campaign has started

Second phase of It’s Tough Enough campaign has started

Filling the airwaves of Mix 94.5 and 6PR will be three advertisements featuring some of the threats and disgusting language Members sent us earlier this year. The content has been recorded in an un ... Read more

WAPU Wants More Pursuit Powers

WAPU Wants More Pursuit Powers

By President George Tilbury People who drive like maniacs while evading police are playing Russian roulette with all of our lives. Two recent high profile pursuits in three days is just the tip of t ... Read more

Push ups and Project Recompense

Push ups and Project Recompense

You may have heard Senior Vice President Brandon Shortland talking about Project Recompense during his 22-Day Push Up Challenge, so here are all the details. Project Recompense is a WAPU-initiated re ... Read more

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