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Nominate for the PSA’s NSW Police Departmental Committee – Get Involved in Your Union!

Nominate for the PSA’s NSW Police Departmental Committee – Get Involved in Your Union! – April 2019 (PDF version)

Nominations are currently open for the NSW Police Departmental Committee (DC).

The NSW Police DC is the peak representative group for PSA members and is made up of approximately 20 delegates from all across our membership in the agency. The delegates meet quarterly at PSA House and work with industrial staff to drive strategy and represent members.

Elections for these positions take place every two years and the structure of the group ensures input from every part of our NSW Police membership.

The full structure and nomination process is available in a previous bulletin HERE.

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.

The PSA strongly encourages interested members to nominate and become the delegate representative for their electorate.

If you have every thought about getting more involved in your union, now is the time!

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.

Nominations close at 5pm on Tuesday 30th April.

If you would like any further information about how this Committee functions, the role of Departmental Delegates, or to discuss your candidacy in confidence, please contact:

Roland Harris
PSA Organiser
rharris@psa.asn.au

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