Helping former AFP members since 2009
The Australian Federal Police Former Members Association Inc. (AFPFMA) was created as an official association on 13 December 2018, and is a national organisation.
AFPFMA aims to bring together former members of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and provide them with a sense of community, camaraderie and support. Police officers and professional staff that transition out of the AFP and become former members are sometimes at a loss of what to do after their long association with the AFP has ended. Being an AFP member is a career and a way of life, so once you leave that environment it can be a difficult adjustment for some.
The AFP Former Members Association was created for the benefit of all former members of the Australian Federal Police who were either sworn or unsworn AFP members. If you have an AFP service number you are most welcome to join our Association.
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It’s not everyday a new book comes along which highlights the atrocities of a war which was so close to home. Tammy Pemper happens to be an AFPFMA member and an Australian writer. Tammy has released a book called Scorched Earth, and it’s well worth a read. She has worked with the United Nations, Australian Federal Police, and the US Peace Corps. This book was completed through five years of interviews and experiences in Timor-Leste.read more
We remember our fallen colleagues who have passed away. In August we remember the following AFP Veterans who have passed away since 1979. The average age of death of former AFP Veterans (that are known) since 1979, is 61.94 years of age.read more
Ever wondered what a challenge coin is? A challenge coin is a small coin or medallion, bearing an organization’s insignia or emblem and carried by the organisation’s members. Traditionally, they might be given to prove membership when challenged and to enhance morale, or it may be presented after being challenged at the bar. In addition, they are also collected by service members and law enforcement personnel.read more
Wall of Remembrance
Remembering all our fallen colleagues who were former AFP members. We say goodbye to those members who have served, and we say thank you for your service. R.I.P. Our sincerest condolences to family and friends, both blood and blue.
Today we remember
- Died on this day
- 2014 Jennifer Therese CODY aged 49
- 2014 Leo KOBIER aged 66
The average age of death of all known former AFP members
who have passed away since 1979. Years of age:
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