Police Bank is committed to more than just helping its Members reach their financial goals – we also support many Police events through an extensive sponsorship program. Our involvement stretches from cities to country towns, and listed below are just a few of our community initiatives.
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The Jackal Rugby Academy was formed in May 2016 with the following objectives: To nurture and build the passion and skills of rugby union within the youth of New South Wales. We strive to develop these skills and passion through commitment, discipline and fun. To foster a healthy lifestyle within the community (Adults/ Kids) via Rugby Union. The program has two aspects: 1) Beach Rugby This is an exciting and dynamic brand of rugby union played on sand. Beach Rugby…Find out more »
The Australian Police Rugby Union (APRU) will embark on a 12 day tour of the South Island of New Zealand. The team will play selected Police teams in Christchurch and Dunedin before an international game in Queenstown on Anzac day against the combined New Zealand Police. Players are selected from most Police jurisdictions around Australia.Find out more »
The Remembrance Bike Ride supporting NSW Police Legacy enters it's 5th year in 2017 and will see dedicated riders travel 300km from the Wall of Remembrance in Sydney's Domain to the National Police Wall of Remembrance in Canberra. Over it's time, the ride has raised over $300,000 and has become one of the biggest fundraisers for NSW Police Legacy. It helps to promote both mental and physical well being, as well as raising money to help continue programs that help…Find out more »
This event helps to recognise local police for outstanding acts of kindness, compassion, courage or devotion to duty. It is part of Rotary's Community Recognition Program and allows the local community to show their appreciation of the work the Police undertake on a daily basis. The night also helps to raise funds for NSW Police Legacy and the local PCYC.Find out more »
In NSW there are around 120 Domestic Liaison Officers (DVLOs). These Officers work tirelessly to assist victims of domestic violence, in particular children at risk. They are the unsung hero's of domestic violence, they deal with victims everyday and the number of victims that they support is outstanding. The role of the DVLO is a very busy and extremely stressful role, with NSW Police attending over 145,000 reported domestic violence incidents last year. Every two years the NSW Police Force…Find out more »
In NSW there are around 120 Domestic Liaison Officers (DVLOs). These Officers work tirelessly to assist victims of domestic violence, in particular children at risk. The role of the DVLO is a very busy and extremely stressful role, with NSW Police attending to over 145,000 reported DV incidents last year. Over the last couple of years there have been many changes brought forward by NSW Police and the Government to reduce domestic violence across NSW. This has lead to the…Find out more »
In 2009, mother of two and ex-Police Officer Francine Sammut was diagnosed with Breast Cancer aged just 30. This required a full removal of the left breast and subsequent chemotherapy. In 2012, Francine discovered that the cancer had spread and an emergency hysterectomy was required. Francine has undergone 42 rounds of chemotherapy since the initial diagnosis, but has sadly found out that the cancer is terminal. Francine is continuing to undergo chemotherapy every 4 weeks and has promised to continue the fight…Find out more »
The BACKUP for Life EXPO is a chance for former NSW Police Officers and their families to find information about a broad range of support services and systems to assist in the transition to civilian life as well as their retirement. It is also an exciting opportunity for not only our former officers and their families to be recognised for their committed service to the NSW Police Force, but also a great chance to catch up with former colleagues and friends. The…Find out more »