NSW Police Departmental Committee – Call for Nominations - Public Service Association

NSW Police Departmental Committee – Call for Nominations

NSW Police Departmental Committee – Call for Nominations – April 2019 (PDF version)

NSW POLICE FORCE (other than Special Constables and the Communications Group)


The NSW Police Departmental Committee shall consist of 18 delegates and one representative from each of the following groups: Special Constables Advisory Group and Communications Advisory Group. Each representative will be appointed from and by the elected delegates of each respective group.

GROUP A ELECTORATES. Electorates 1 – 3 are described by function.

Members are required to restrict their nominations to the Group A electorates as described by function if they work within those areas.


Electorate 1 Forensic Services Group 1
Electorate 2
Policelink 1
Electorate 3
Potts Hill 1


GROUP B ELECTORATES – Electorates 4 – 13 are described by location.

Members who are outside the function areas specified above are included in the Group B electorates. Should you be unsure about your electorate details, your current worksite address is sufficient.


Electorate 4 Metro Central (Police Region – incl. Sydney Police Centre who are not in the Communications Group) 2
Electorate 5
Metro North West (Police Region) 2
Electorate 6
Metro South West (Police Region) 2
Electorate 7
Metro Parramatta Headquarters 3
Electorate 8
Newcastle (Hunter) 1
Electorate 9
Lismore (North Coast) incl. Firearms Registry 1
Electorate 10
Tamworth (North West) 1
Electorate 11
Bathurst (Central West) 1
Electorate 12
Wagga (South West) 1
Electorate 13
Wollongong (South East) 1



Each nomination must be seconded by two other members in the same electorate as the nominee.  Nominees, nominators and seconders must be financial members of the Association as at 29 March 2019.

Nominations must be submitted via Survey Monkey.


Nominations will close on 30 April 2019.  Forms must be completed via Survey Monkey by 5pm on 30 April 2019.

If there is a ballot, candidates who wish to have a profile available for voters to read should provide a brief statement of 300 words or less stating how they will best represent members’ interests.

Space is provided for this purpose on the form available through Survey Monkey.


J Campbell
for G R Bensley
Deputy Returning Officer

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