Quickview National Council of Ambulance UnionsAmbulance 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.
Quickview Neighbourhood Watch Australasia IncorporatedThe Street Smarthandbook is a practical life guide for 16 and 17 year old school leavers that is designed to help prepare today’s youth for life after school. The handbook covers important topics from sexual health and the effects of drug and alcohol abuse to legal rights and applying for a loan. It offers information specific to the school leaver, providing invaluable assistance for those who are considering buying their first car or living away from home. The handbook is also a handy guide for teens that are pondering their future career choices and supplies them with advice on apprenticeships, university and TAFE. It provides teens with straight forward, factual information about issues that they will face. The information contained in the Street Smarthandbook is written by a collection of topical experts, such as the Australian Drug Foundation, Beyond Blue and Quit, who are working together to address the information needs of teens. Content in the Smarthandbook is also localised to reflect the unique laws of each State and Territory in Australia. The Street Smarthandbook is made available to students on behalf of Auspol – Police Welfare Foundation. Priority advertising space is made available throughout the Smarthandbook for organisations who wish to be associated with specific chapter topics and reach a captive audience. [go_pricing id="auspol-streetsmart-handbook-rates"]
Quickview VIC Emergency Service AssociationThe Phoenix Journal is the official publication of the Victoria Emergency Service Association (VESA) which is the representative body for the volunteers of the Victoria State Emergency Service. It is used by the VESA to co-ordinate activities and air its viewpoints to members and volunteers across Victoria. Phoenix contains information such as rescue and lifesaving techniques, bushfire prevention, water safety and road accident rescue. It is strategically produced for your area to support your local volunteers and without funding from business like yours, it would be impossible to produce this quality publication. This advertising is essential for the ongoing support of this publication and to continue the communication between VESA and their members. [go_pricing id="phoenix-journal-rates"] All prices inclusive of 10% GST and does not include agency fees.
Quickview Police Association of NSWThe NSW Police News is the official journal of the Police Association of NSW. The journal is extensively read and provides information on a wide range of events, for example, news, legal advice, technical developments, new products, promotions, awards, postings, union notices, sporting and social activities. With approximately 40 pages, the NSW Police Journal contains an Editorial, News, Feature Articles, Members’ Benefits, Viewpoints, Book Reviews, Mailbags, Noticeboards and ‘Classifads’. Advertisers please note, preferred allocations are limited with space often booked well in advance. DEMOGRAPHICS:
- 15,500 serving police of which approximately 24% are female;
- the largest law enforcement agency in Australasia and one of the largest in the English speaking world;
- based in over 500 police stations across NSW;
- the yearly NSW Police budget is in excess of $2 billion;
- predominantly aged between 25-45 and mostly married;
- a higher than average level of homeownership;
- who move house more frequently than the national average;
- contribute to a superannuation fund
Quickview Neighbourhood Watch Victoria IncorporatedNeighbourhood Watch (NHW) is a community based crime prevention program aimed at minimising the incidence of preventable crime, in particular, burglary and theft within a defined area. Through a willingness to work together, Police and the community can reduce crime in their area and improve the quality of life. The NHW program encourages and teaches residents how to accurately take details and report any suspicious person and unusual or criminal activities in their area. This enables Police to provide a better service as well as provide a safer area for you. The Sentinel Magazine is an important communication tool for NHW volunteers. It allows them to advertise local activities and communicate their successes. It provides practical crime prevention and community safety advice, and this information is disseminated through the broader community via local NHW area newsletters. [go_pricing id="sentinel-magazine-rates"] All prices inclusive of 10% GST and does not include agency fees.
Quickview Australasian Council of Women & Policing IncThe Australasian Council of Women and Policing is working to improve policing for women. It was established in August 1997 and is a growing group of women and men within police services and the community who are working together to improve the policing services provided to women, improve opportunities and outcomes for women within policing and participate in the global network of women in policing. The Journal for Women and Policing is published twice yearly and contains features on outstanding individuals who have contributed to improving policing for women, news about the Council, and international and national events. The journal provides an important forum to discuss concepts and ideas on ways to achieve better policing for our community as well as dealing with the issues that affect the welfare and well-being of police women in general. Your support is for our Council, it is not for the police service itself or the police union. All advertising assistance is greatly appreciated and is essential for the ongoing support of this quality publication to continue the communication between The Australasian Council for Women and Policing and its members.
- The Journal is direct mailed to every police station in Australia and New Zealand.
- The editions are now spring (Oct) and autumn (Apr).
- Larger police complexes receive multiple copies of the Journal.
- There are over 60,000 police employees in Australia with coast-to-coast coverage achieved in current mail-out.
- Electronic copies of the Journal are posted online and receive hits from around the world.
- Journal recognition is international and in 2012, led to ACWAP being invited to present in Pakistan.
- ACWAP is affiliated with the Australasian Institute of Policing (AiPol) – this broadens reach and recognition.
- Previous Journal articles have prompted inquiries from the USA, Canada and the UK (Qldd floods).
Quickview NSW SES Volunteers AssociationThe Volunteer magazine is the official journal of the New South Wales State Emergency Service Volunteers Association (NSWSESVA) which is the representative body for the volunteers of the New South Wales State Emergency Service. It is used by NSWSESVA to co ordinate activities and air its viewpoints to members and volunteers statewide. The Volunteer contains a variety of information that is pertinent to emergency service volunteers including rescue and lifesaving techniques, bushfire protection, water safety and road accident rescue. 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 is greatly appreciated and is essential for the ongoing support of this publication and to continue the communication between NSWSESVA members. [go_pricing id="the-volunteer-rates"] All prices inclusive of 10% GST and does not include agency fees.
Quickview Australian Federal Police AssociationThe Australian Federal Police Association (AFPA) represents the professional, industrial and social interests of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and law enforcement employees across a range of agencies. As an autonomous sub branch of the Police Federation of Australia (PFA), the AFPA is a registered Trade Union operating under the Commonwealth Government Workplace Relations Act 1996. The AFPA constantly strives by consultation and negotiation to improve working conditions, maintain and increase the status of the law enforcement profession and achieve fair and equitable terms and conditions of service for our members. The Auspol Journal is published four times yearly and contains features on outstanding individuals, legislation, crime, equipment and news about the Association. The journal provides an important forum to discuss concepts and ideas on ways to achieve better policing for our community as well as dealing with the issues that affect the welfare and well-being of police in general. All advertising assistance is greatly appreciated and is essential for the ongoing support of this quality publication to continue the communication between The Australian Federal Police Association and its members. [go_pricing id="auspol-rates"] All prices inclusive of 10% GST and does not include agency fees.