The Police Association of New South Wales (PANSW) represents the professional and industrial interests of approximately 15,625 members, covering all ranks of sworn police officers in NSW. PANSW protects and ensures member wages, working conditions, and the occupational health and safety of police officers in New South Wales. PANSW is owned and controlled by its members and a registered trade union organisation pursuant to the Industrial Relations Act. PANSW is non-political, non-sectarian, and affiliated with the Police Federation of Australia, Unions NSW and the Australian Council of Trade Unions. PANSW is based on fraternalism for, and on behalf of police officers and their families, in both trying and better times.
New South Wales Police News
Official Journal of the Police Association of NSW
The New South Wales Police News is the official journal of the Police Association of New South Wales. It covers a wide range of articles such as news, legal advice, technical developments, new products, promotions, awards, postings, union notices as well as sporting and social activities. Produced 12 times yearly, it is read extensively, with readership approximately 40,000.