The Australasian Institute of Policing

The Australasian Institute of Policing is a non-industrial, not-for-profit incorporated association that has been established by practitioners, for practitioners to further the policing profession and is therefore independent from police employers, government and the various industrial bodies.

More information as to the history and objects of the association can be found in our About Us section.

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AiPOL Interim Public Officer

Luke Farrell

Detective Senior Constable
Victorian Police 33917

Journal Now Available Online: VOLUME 8 NO 1 WINTER 2016


100th Anniversary of Women in Policing

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WA Police is proud to celebrate 100 years of Women in Policing.

2017 provides an opportunity to take a look back at the struggles and successes which make up the pioneering experiences of those who have played a part in this journey. This significant milestone is a great opportunity to not only pause and reflect on how far women have come, but to also contemplate the progress which is yet to be made.

If you, or someone you know have photographs, memorabilia or a good story that you could share with us please email Women in Policing.

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We are calling for papers for the 14th edition (Vol. 10, No. 1) of our journal Australasian Policing: A Journal of Professional Practice and Research for consideration for publication in this (and subsequent) editions.

If you are interested in submitting an article for publication, please contact us at

Instructions to Authors and submission guidelines can be found here Submission Guide



Journal Now Available Online

The latest edition of the journal Australasian Policing is now available online.

Volume 8 Number 1 Winter 2016 OUT NOW