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Rumours of major NSW police force restructure suggest loss of commanders - The Sydney Morning Herald

Rumours of major NSW police force restructure suggest loss of commanders - The Sydney Morning Herald

If the jobs of civilian administrative support staff are cut, jobs that allow Police Officers to actually be Police out in the community, how can the Government expect to reach its stated goal of increasing the number of operational Police on the street? Read the full Sydney Morning Herald article HERE.

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At-risk kids sleeping in motel rooms: PSA - The Illawarra Mercury

At-risk kids sleeping in motel rooms: PSA - The Illawarra Mercury

Yesterday’s launch of the PSA’s Safe Hands campaign at Coniston was covered by the Illawarra Mercury. Read the full article Illawarra Mercury HERE.

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Kids put in the same motels as crims - The Sunday Telegraph

Kids put in the same motels as crims - The Sunday Telegraph

“Children are being removed from situations of risk every week across NSW and placed in completely unsuitable, insecure and potentially dangerous accommodation,” PSA Assistant General Secretary, Troy Wright told the Sunday Telegraph as the PSA launches the Safe Hands campaign.

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Inmates send jails to blazes - The Daily Telegraph

Inmates send jails to blazes - The Daily Telegraph

Prison Officers Vocational Branch Chair, Nicole Jess discusses the latest heated issue Correctional Officers are required to deal with in their workplace.

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Department cuts will see wild dog packs run rampant - The Coffs Coast Advocate

Department cuts will see wild dog packs run rampant - The Coffs Coast Advocate

On World Ranger Day, the PSA unleashed the hounds about a restructure of National Park operations by the Office of Environment and Heritage that will see a further 15 area managers cut and large areas of the state exposed to wild dogs and bushfires. "The Government's assault on this workforce is nothing less than a direct attack on public safety," PSA General Secretary Stewart Little…

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