Meet YOUR New PSA Delegates: Election Results for the PSA’s NSW Police Departmental Committee - Public Service Association

Meet YOUR New PSA Delegates: Election Results for the PSA’s NSW Police Departmental Committee

Meet YOUR New PSA Delegates – Election Results for the PSA’s NSW Police Departmental Committee – June 2019 (PDF version)

Over the last two months, the PSA has had nominations (and elections where applicable) for delegate positions on the NSW Police Departmental Committee, including the Special Constables Advisory Group and the Communications Advisory Group.

These groups are made up of 30 delegate positions from all across our membership in NSW Police and members are elected to the roles for two-year terms. The elected delegates meet quarterly and work with industrial staff to drive strategy and represent members.

The PSA wishes to thank all members who nominated and congratulates all those who were elected to these positions:

 

Electorate Delegate Worksite
Forensic Evidence & Technical Services Andrew Chapman FETS, Parramatta Police Headquarters
Policelink Kerrie Mackay Policelink, Tuggerah
Potts Hill Anthony Luck Wireless Network Services, Potts Hill
Central Metro Region Irene Jarosinski Waverley Police Station
vacant
Northwest Metro Region Jodie Stubbs Traffic & Highway Patrol, Huntingwood
Jennifer Davis Parramatta Police Station
Southwest Metro Region Huyen Nguyen Bankstown Police Station
vacant
Parramatta Police Headquarters Andrew Pittman Digital Technology & Innovation
Donna Glover Capability, Performance & Youth
vacant
Newcastle/Hunter Dorothy Heath Cessnock Police Station
Lismore/North Coast William Pinkstone Firearms Registry
Tamworth/North West vacant
Bathurst/Central West vacant
Wagga/South West vacant
Wollongong/South East vacant
Communications Advisory Group Michael Petersen Sydney
Communications Advisory Group Ben Teale Sydney
Communications Advisory Group vacant Newcastle
Communications Advisory Group vacant Newcastle
Communications Advisory Group Murray Adamson Oak Flats
Communications Advisory Group John Hughes Penrith
Communications Advisory Group Sharon Watkins Tamworth
Special Constables Advisory Group Dannie Abel Parramatta Police Headquarters
Special Constables Advisory Group Sheraz Ghalie Parramatta Police Headquarters
Special Constables Advisory Group Alex Muirhead Potts Hill
Special Constables Advisory Group Tony Saraceno Field Supervisor (various sites)
Special Constables Advisory Group Vince Carnevale Department of Premier & Cabinet

 

We need YOU!

Unions like the PSA rely on active members and delegates to maintain adequate representation in workplaces and ensure information flows effectively between members in workplaces and PSA industrial staff.

Delegates are the union’s eyes and ears in the workplace and it’s critical that these roles provide that communication flow.

Interested members are strongly encouraged to nominate for any ongoing vacancies. If you don’t want to be on one of these delegate Committees but still want to get involved representing members and the PSA in your workplace, contact us today!

Attendance and Training

As an elected delegate, you will be entitled to Special Leave to attend the quarterly meetings of the relevant delegate group.

Furthermore, a reminder that all PSA members are entitled to 12 days of paid leave every two years for certain union activities, including union training.

The PSA can assist in developing your skills through courses such as Role of the Delegate and Dealing with Restructures. The full PSA training schedule is available HERE.

Where can I get further information?

If you would like any further information about how these Committees function, the role of Delegates, or to discuss your interest in confidence, please contact:

Roland Harris
PSA Organiser
rharris@psa.asn.au

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What can you do?

  • Give a copy of this bulletin to your colleagues or put it on a noticeboard.
  • Ask a colleague to join the PSA.
  • Get involved by becoming a local union delegate or contact.

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