News and events
|Major upgrade for Bankstown Fire Station
Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Michael Gallacher and Fire & Rescue NSW Commissioner Greg Mullins today celebrated the completion of a major $1.4 million upgrade of Bankstown Fire Station in Sydney's southwest.
|Reform to boost women's safety
Domestic Violence victims will be better protected and supported under reforms which passed the Parliament last night, Attorney General Greg Smith SC, said today.
|30 new positions for the Police Child Abuse Squad
The NSW Government today announced 30 additional positions will be created in the NSW Police Force Child Abuse Squad.
|Record operational capacity for NSW Police
The NSW Government today announces that the Operational Capacity of the NSW Police Force is 95%.
|Minister Launches New Winter Fire Safety Campaign
Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Michael Gallacher today urged householders not to be complacent after it was revealed that while the vast majority of NSW residents considered their homes and family fire safe, most had not practiced how to escape should a blaze start.
|Emergency Services Minister Announces Cadets of the Year
Minister for Police and Emergency Services Michael Gallacher today announced the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) and NSW State Emergency Service (SES) Cadet of the Year.
|Businesses Praised for Exceptional Volunteer Support
Twelve businesses supporting NSW Rural Fire Service volunteers were today singled out for praise by the Minister for Police and Emergency Services Michael Gallacher and Deputy Commissioner Rob Rogers. Each business has been awarded a Special Commendation in recognition of their support.
|Tackling Crime and Fare Evasion On Public Transport
New Transport Officers targeting fare evasion across trains, buses and ferries have been introduced to the public transport network for the first time today.
|Minister Opens The Police Exhibition In The Hunter
Minister for Police and the Hunter Michael Gallacher will tonight open the travelling exhibition The Force: 150 Years of NSW Police.
|More than 200 New Police Officers for NSW
The NSW Government welcomed a further 202 officers into the NSW Police Force at the graduating ceremony in Goulburn today.
|Major Upgrade For Newcastle Communications Centre
Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Michael Gallacher and Fire & Rescue NSW Commissioner Greg Mullins today celebrated the completion of a major $3.4 million upgrade of the Newcastle Communications Centre.
|Major Crime Drops To Lowest Recorded Level In Over 20 Years
Police and Emergency Services Minister Michael Gallacher has welcomed the latest figures released by the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research which shows 16 out of the 17 major categories of crime are either trending down or remaining stable.
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