June 5, 2017

Statement from ICPRA Chair regarding recent terror attacks in London

OTTAWA – The Chair of the International Council of Police Representative Associations, Mr. Tom Stamatakis, today released the following statement regarding apparent terror attacks in London, England that took place over the weekend. “On behalf of the international policing community, I would like to condemn, in the strongest terms possible, the recent attack that took place ...

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November 24, 2016

Government fails to deliver on public safety mobile broadband

Announcing that “a committee of Commonwealth, State and Territory officials to consider fully scoped proposals and report to the Council of Australian Governments in 2017” is to be established as a response to the Productivity Commission’s report on public safety mobile broadband, shows that this Government has no plan for the safety of Australians. In what ...

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November 23, 2016

Police Federation of Australia Rule Change

The Police Federation of Australia has lodged an application for a rule change with the Fair Work Commission.  Click here to view the Declaration, and click the links to view Annexure A, Annexure B and Annexure C.

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November 10, 2016

Member for Fowler – Adjournment Debate

Member for Fowler, Chris Hayes MP, spoke against the vile comments made by Senator David Leyonhjelm where he said he would be happy to let police “…lie on the side of the road and bleed to death” These abhorrent, disgusting and disparaging comments were made just months after the Senator won a seat in the Australian ...

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October 25, 2016

PFA finds Senator Leyonhjelm comments contemptuous

The Police Federation of Australia has labelled the conduct of Liberal-Democrat senator David Leyonhjelm as “beneath contempt”.  This comes after video footage emerged of Leyonhjelm telling a protest rally that police “… can lie on the side of the road and bleed to death”. The PFA has written to both the Prime Minister and Leader of ...

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