Victoria Police Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 2011

“This [agreement] fits perfectly into the wage policy, it`s a fair result, it absolutely rewards our police officers, it recognizes the incredibly hard work they do every day,” Neville said. Applications should not be filed directly with a Victoria police station or police service; No rankings are organized outside of this program. “An enterprise agreement is a global package and so we are putting together a global package of… Different elements will be addressed to different members. Students are housed in participating police stations and services, where they have the opportunity to observe and learn from our police officers, protection officers, protection officers and VPS staff. For the police association, this was a relatively simple task. It required only a limited degree of imagination. Most of us appreciate our safety and that of our family. We want to know that the police are enthusiastic workers and that they are not distracted by wage issues.

The union is contacting delegates across the state to remove slogans from police vehicles and for officers who are moving away from lightning, Neville said. As a collaborator, you help promote and support the organization`s strategic initiatives. You can do this by helping police officers at the front of the line provide the resources they need to carry out day-to-day activities to ensure a safer Victoria. Ms. Neville said the police now have the opportunity to vote on a proposed agreement that is “very fair and a good offer for them.” The police union is now considering a wage offer from the state government. Credit:Paul Rovere When the business collective agreement ended and wage negotiations began, the offer presented was only 2.5 per cent per year, plus eligible productivity offsets. Other instructions for this process are made directly available to vocational teachers. If you have any questions about any of the above information or would like more information about the program, please email us at: workexperience@police.vic.gov.au.

The union also negotiated minimum occupations in police stations 24 hours a day, with details of what this means for each station.