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NSW Street Smarthandbook

As part of our community support program we again supported the NSW Steet Smarthandbook

Neigbourhood Watch Australasia is the representative organisation that leads, facilitates and supports the Neighbourhood Watch (Australia) and Neighbourhood Support (New Zealand) goal of creating safer, connected and inclusive communities. We do this by formulating strategies and policies that encourage community participation in building safe and confident communities to reduce the fear of crime and increase feelings of safety in the community.

Neighbourhood Watch Australasia in conjunction with Countrywide Austral Pty Ltd officially supports the Streetsmart handbook.

The publication is produced for teenagers entering adulthood, providing them vital information regarding bullying, substance abuse, employment, travelling, emotional health and more. The book is delivered to all year 11 students with a minimum of 60,000 copies distributed in New South Wales each year.

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Ambulance Active

As part of our community support program, we support the National Council of Ambulance Unions

Ambulance Active is the official journal of the National Council of Ambulance Unions – a publication for paramedics, ambulance officers and members from related fields.

This bi-annual journal will include industrial, professional, public interest and campaign articles relating to the ambulance sector of the Australian emergency services and is a vital link between the National Council of Ambulance Unions and its members.

It is strategically produced for your area to support your local members and without funding from businesses like yours, it would be impossible to produce this quality publication.

All advertising assistance is gratefully received and is essential for the ongoing support of this publication and to continue the communication between the National Council of Ambulance Unions and its members.

Their objectives are to raise the status and advance the interests of the profession of ambulance-related services and represent the views and interests of members. They also aim to facilitate full interchange of concepts and techniques amongst various fields and promote research and development of emergency medical treatment generally.

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Police News

As part of our community support program we support the Police Association NSW

The Police Association of New South Wales (PANSW) represents the professional and industrial interests of approximately 16,500 members, covering all ranks of sworn police officers in NSW.

PANSW protects and ensures member wages, working conditions, and the occupational health and safety of police officers in New South Wales.

PANSW is owned and controlled by its members and a registered trade union organisation pursuant to the Industrial Relations Act.

PANSW is non-political, non-sectarian and affiliated with the Police Federation of Australia, Unions NSW and the Australian Council of Trade Unions.

PANSW is based on fraternalism for, and on behalf of police officers and their families, in both trying and better times.

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NSW Street Smarthandbook

As part of our community support program, we supported the NSW Street Smarthandbook

Neigbourhood Watch Australasia is the representative organisation that leads, facilitates and supports the Neighbourhood Watch (Australia) and Neighbourhood Support (New Zealand) goal of creating safer, connected and inclusive communities. We do this by formulating strategies and policies that encourage community participation in building safe and confident communities to reduce the fear of crime and increase feelings of safety in the community.

Neighbourhood Watch Australasia in conjunction with Countrywide Austral Pty Ltd officially supports the Streetsmart handbook.

The publication is produced for teenagers entering adulthood, providing them vital information regarding bullying, substance abuse, employment, travelling, emotional health and more. The book is delivered to all year 11 students with a minimum of 60,000 copies distributed in New South Wales each year.