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AFPA asserts support for professionalism of members

The Australian Federal Police Association has issued a statement reiterating that Australians have the right to peaceful assembly and can exercise this right safely.
AFPA President Alex Caruana confirmed “Individuals and groups have the right to gather and meet in public spaces to exchange ideas and information and are free to express their views within the constraints of Australian Law.
“Australian Federal Police attend all public protests in the National Capital and are there to ensure the safety of the community and to ensure anyone taking part in any public gathering conduct their activity in the right way.

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AFPA again calls for review following Matthews’ imprisonment

The Australian Federal Police Association has issued a statement calling for an independent review of judicial processes including the ACT Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), on behalf of its membership.
This call comes after the ACT Supreme Courts today continued a custodial sentence on Thomas Matthews, who was found guilty of negligently causing grievous bodily harm to two ACT Police Officers in July 2021, when he ran over them in his car.

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AFPA outraged by continuance of bail

The Australian Federal Police Association (AFPA) is disgusted by the ACT Government’s decision not to conduct a full review of the ACT judicial system – which has failed the community again by allowing bail to be granted to Thomas Matthews. Matthews was previously granted bail after being found guilty of running down three ACT Policing (ACTP) members.

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AFPA welcomes drug support service for ACT families

The Australian Federal Police Association (AFPA) welcomes the ACT Government’s announcement establishing a new pilot service to support families who have relatives affected by drug use.

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