The Australian Federal Police Former Members Association (AFPFMA) has called on the Government to start using the term ‘police veteran’ when referring to former police.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has endorsed a project to document the history of AFP Uniform and Insignia. Eric Grimm (retired AFP Superintendent and AFP Former Members Association Member) will manage the project with support and internal coordination provided by the AFP Museum.
Written by AFPFMA member Mick Shannon, this book was written to restore some of those commonly known skills of yesteryear for minor repairs around the family home. An overview and understanding of what makes a basic toolkit accompanied by an intimate look into common household problems that can cause stress and panic to those unaware of how simple some repairs can be.
‘How are you?’ It’s a question we ask each other all the time, usually in passing. There’s one answer we expect to receive: ‘good’. And then we all get on with our day. Every now and then, we’re reminded that ‘How are you?’ is a really important question, and that we need to listen beyond the standard response. R U OK? Day on 10 September is the reminder we all need right now to check in with the people around us, and to really listen.
Dangerous Days: a personal story of unarmed Aussie Coppers in East Timor in 1999, written by Geoff Hazel. The location: The mountainous district of Ermera, East Timor. The Participants: Locals from the various Timorese factions; Indonesian Police and Military; International Electoral Observers; United Nations personnel, paid staff, international volunteers, locally employed staff, three Military Liaison Officers and twenty five Police Officers from 8 nations.
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.