Victoria Police Certified Agreement

The union is contacting delegates across the state to remove slogans from police vehicles and for officials who move away from radar cameras, Neville said. The police union is now considering a wage offer from the land government. Credit:Paul Rovere For more information or if you have authorised your internship, please contact our Coordinator for Tertiary Internships at tertiary-placement@police.vic.gov.au Ms Neville said the police now have the opportunity to vote on a proposed deal that would be “very fair and [a] good offer for her”. The proposed agreement also includes a centralized roster system that allows Victoria Police to know where each official is based in the state and maximizes their ability to call the police as needed. Where a dispute involves a decision to make a “targeted transfer of a police officer” in accordance with section 35 or to “transfer a police officer by other means”, the aggrieved person may also request (or in the alternative) a review of that decision by the PRSB in accordance with Part 8 of the Act (see 146 (1) (h) or (i)). At the request of the Chief Commissioner (or his or her representative) or a person entitled to the agreement in this matter (including police officers, protection officers or the Australian Police Federation), the PRSB will investigate the dispute and submit a report and recommendations to the Chief Commissioner. The Chief Commissioner intends to implement the recommendations of the PRSB as stated in clause 11.4: “The decision of the PRSB is binding on both the worker and the employer.” Career teachers can sign up to receive notifications of upcoming registrations and recordings by making a breakthrough workexperience@police.vic.gov.au Victorian police in wage negotiations with the land government and agreeing to stop all union action while considering the offer of a pay raise. The police union had insisted on a 4 percent wage increase, but the government had refused to meet its commitment to limit annual wage increases for all public sector employees to 2 percent. . . .