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Mates in Blue road trip

Mates in Blue road trip

By now everyone is aware that Dave R has been burnt out in the bush fires in Cobargo and has lost everything. When contacted by the AFPFMA, Dave’s only request was for the loan of a caravan to use as temporary accommodation on his block on the outskirts of town so that he can look after his animals and keep an eye on his property (not that there is anything left for looters).

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Cobargo Caravan of Care

Cobargo Caravan of Care

The AFP Former Members Association put the call out and our community responded big time. In no time at all, two Mates in Blue stepped up to the plate. Dave F (a former AFP member in Canberra) put up his generous hand to offer his caravan to Dave R from Cobargo NSW (an AFPFMA member), who’s house was gutted by fire. Dave R and his family lost everything in the terrible bush fire that swept through Cobargo on New Years eve.

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Bush fire appeal launched

Bush fire appeal launched

The AFP Former Members Association has organised a GoFundMe page for former AFP members who have been affected by the bush fires around Australia. Tragically, there are a few former AFP members who have been affected by bush fires around Australia. It has been a terrible disaster for many members and their families. We are aiming to help ALL former AFP members effected by the fires, not just AFPFMA members.

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AFPFMA calls for independent review

AFPFMA calls for independent review

On 3 December 2019, the ABC 7.30 Report aired a story about one of our members, Mr David Savage AM, raising concerns over the Defence investigation surrounding the suicide bombing that seriously injured him while serving in Afghanistan in 2012. The story and subsequent reporting have revealed worrying ‘gaps’ sufficient to justify an independent review into the Department of Defence investigation. We call on the Government to conduct such a review.

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Are they Triple OK? this holiday season

Are they Triple OK? this holiday season

We’re always there to help. Let’s make sure we help each other and ask R U OK? The Festive Season can be one of great joy – or great sadness. People who have lost loved ones, experienced a relationship breakdown or even had a stressful year can feel disconnected and might need some extra support. If you know a colleague has had a rough time in 2019 be the one to notice and show you care. Ask them R U OK?

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Mates in Blue road trip

By now everyone is aware that Dave R has been burnt out in the bush fires in Cobargo and has lost everything. When contacted by the AFPFMA, Dave’s only request was for the loan of a caravan to use as temporary accommodation on his block on the outskirts of town so that he can look after his animals and keep an eye on his property (not that there is anything left for looters).

read more

Cobargo Caravan of Care

The AFP Former Members Association put the call out and our community responded big time. In no time at all, two Mates in Blue stepped up to the plate. Dave F (a former AFP member in Canberra) put up his generous hand to offer his caravan to Dave R from Cobargo NSW (an AFPFMA member), who’s house was gutted by fire. Dave R and his family lost everything in the terrible bush fire that swept through Cobargo on New Years eve.

read more

Bush fire appeal launched

The AFP Former Members Association has organised a GoFundMe page for former AFP members who have been affected by the bush fires around Australia. Tragically, there are a few former AFP members who have been affected by bush fires around Australia. It has been a terrible disaster for many members and their families. We are aiming to help ALL former AFP members effected by the fires, not just AFPFMA members.

read more

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Celebrating a Centenary of Policing

Former AFP Members are interviewed in 2013 about their time in ACT policing to celebrate a centenary of policing.

The AFP celebrates their 40th Anniversary in 2019.

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Denis McDermott

Ann McEvoy

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