Alongside is a not for profit organisation providing proactive education, support, PTSD services and a strong community for partners and families of Defence and Emergency Services personnel from recruitment through to discharge and beyond.
Approximately 103,000 Defence and 400,000 Emergency Services personnel serve on Australia’s frontline, a significant number of partners and families stand beside them. Alongside operates nation-wide, ensuring wherever you may be posted, Alongside is there.
Help us put the finger on crime in Western Australia. Information about reporting a crime, crime prevention, unsolved crimes and missing persons.
The Medically Retired Western Australia Police Officers Association is an independent association which provides welfare and support to retired medically unfit police officers, raises awareness among serving police officers about current laws and what it means if they are retired medically unfit and is an advocate for Workers Compensation for police officers.
SYLP's mission is to advance the health and wellbeing of current and former police officers and their families by providing an external and independent national support network.
To enhance the quality of life and well-being of all people in Western Australia by contributing to making our State a safe and secure place
Very few people in Western Australia know much about the history of their police service. When did it begin? What type of work did the pioneer police officers do? How did they carry out their duties in the remote areas of the Colony/State? How did they live? And so on. The Western Australia Police Historical Society has been formed to research and preserve this history.
The WA Police Legacy Inc assists its beneficiaries, the surviving spouses/partners of Police Officers and their children in various ways. All services provided by Legacy are based on individual assessment and demonstrated need.
The Australian Federal Police Association (AFPA) represents the professional, industrial and social interests of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and law enforcement employees across a range of agencies. The AFPA constantly strives by consultation and negotiation to:improve working conditions; maintain and increase the status of the law enforcement profession; and achieve fair and equitable terms and conditions of service for our members.
The New Zealand Police Association was registered on 28 October 1936 and is open to all sworn and non-sworn employees of the Police. Membership is voluntary but virtually all who are eligible belong. The Association was formed after a long struggle by rank and file Police through years of poor pay and difficult conditions which were harshly enforced by their employer.
It is the role of the Northern Territory Police Association to look after the courageous men and women who are the protectors of the north. It is the Association’s role to see to their welfare, to protect their conditions of service, to ensure they are properly equipped and trained 'to fight the good fight’, to look after their loved ones when tragedy strikes, which regrettably it often does and also to enhance the profession of policing in Australia’s far north.
The Police Association of New South Wales, the trade union of the NSW Police Force since 1921, represents the interests of 14,500 sworn members of the force.
The Police Association of South Australia's membership is drawn exclusively from sworn members at any rank of the South Australia Police (SAPOL) and numbers over 4100 police officers and police community constables. Membership of the police association is voluntary.
Tasmania is the island state of Australia; we have a police service of some 1100 sworn officers. The Police Association represents these members in protecting their profession, ensuring their rights and negotiating remuneration and conditions of service.
The Police Association's membership of around 11,300 is drawn exclusively from sworn police officers at any rank, protective services officers, police reservists and police recruits who serve in the Victoria Police Force. Membership of the Association is voluntary.
The Police Federation of Australia represents Australia's 50,000 police. The members of each State, Territory and Federal Police Association / Union are members of the Police Federation of Australia.
The Queensland Police Union of Employees represents the men and women of the Queensland Police Service. Our members are dedicated to the protection of life and property as well as the prevention and detection of crime.
The National Police Memorial website holds all approved information relating to the Memorial’s construction, dedication and ongoing use. It includes a news section, fact sheets, media releases and a photo gallery for media downloads. It will also carry links to all Australian Police Associations/Unions, State, Territory and Federal Police Departments, the National Capital Authority and Canberra Tourism, as well as links to International Police Memorials.
NSW Police Force remains fully committed to driving down crime and reducing the fear of crime through the provision of a range of services designed to ensure a safe New South Wales. This site details each of these services.
NT Police is committed to working cooperatively with the public and government to reduce crime and provide a safer Territory. The best way for us to achieve this is through the provision of a range of services in partnership with the community we serve.
Our mission is to serve the people of Queensland by protecting life and property, preserving peace and safety, preventing crime and upholding the law in a manner which has regard for the public good and the rights of the individual. Our vision is that of a professional police service, dedicated to excellence and committed to working in partnership with the people of Queensland to enhance the safety and security of our community.
South Australia Police (SAPOL) provides a broad range of police and community services to ensure the safety and security of the South Australian community. Formed on 28 April 1838, the South Australia Police was Australia's first centrally organised police service. Since that historic day, we have forged a reputation for achievement that we continue to build on today.
The Department of Police and Emergency Management (DPEM) consists of Tasmania Police, the State Emergency Service (SES) and Forensic Science Service Tasmania (FSST). In March 2006, after the State election, the Department administratively incorporated the Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) and was renamed the Department of Police and Emergency Management.
Victoria Police provides a 24-hour police service to the Victorian community. Victoria Police contributes to a high quality of life for individuals in the community by ensuring a safe and secure society and underpins the economic, social and cultural wellbeing of Victoria.