The First Police Union: The Police Association of South Australia - 100 Years
The Police Association of South Australia is the nation's oldest police union. From its beginnings in 1911 it has grown into an organisation with almost 100 per cent membership and won the respect of unions, governments and community. Over a century of trials and victories, PASA has prevailed because of the strength and resolve of its leadership.
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