International Council of Police Representative Associations
This international network of police unions was started by the Canadian Police Association (CPA) in 1996 and now has approximately 1.5 million members affiliated through national police associations and federations.
ICPRA membership includes police unions from four continents, speaking over 30 languages, connected through ICPRA.
Police Federation of Australia Launches National Awareness Campaign on Police Officer Mental Wellbeing
In 2017, the Police Federation of Australia secured a $1 million-dollar grant from the Proceeds of Crime Account (POCA) (Section 298) to fund a National Awareness Campaign on Police Officer Mental Wellbeing. Two key elements of the campaign were a song, ‘Graduation Day’, by acclaimed Australian recording artist John Schumann and a telemovie ‘Dark Blue’. […]
Media Release: International police community raises concern regarding arrest of South African Police Union President
OTTAWA – The International Council of Police Representative Associations (ICPRA) has written to the South African Police Minister, the Hon. Bheki Cele, to express their concern regarding this weekend’s arrest, in Pretoria, of South African Police Union President Mpho Kwinika, following Mr. Kwinika’s calls to investigate corruption at the senior levels of the South African […]
There’s an entire generation in Northern Ireland for whom the ‘Troubles’ were something that happened before they were born. They never woke up to the latest news of appalling terrorist actions or the misery they left in their wake. It’s now twenty years since the Belfast Agreement which was to transform Northern Ireland; end the […]
The upcoming ICPRA conference will be part of the PFA’s inaugural Police Week in September 2018. Bookended by the Wall to Wall: Ride for Remembrance and National Police Remembrance Day; the event aims to draw the policing community together to participate and honor those officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice and celebrate the wonderful […]
In October 2016, the PFA commissioned a comprehensive survey investigating Flexible Working Arrangements for Police Officers in Australia and New Zealand. The survey was completed by over 11,400 officers 16.5% of all Australian and New Zealand sworn officers. This is the largest member survey the PFA has ever conducted, the high participation rate demonstrates that […]
This Report makes for startling reading. Dr Fallon concludes that over a quarter of our membership may be suffering from either Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or a variant of this condition and that organisational, structural and working deficiencies may be directly contributing to this serious state of affairs. Internal operational pressures and external life demands […]
ICPRA Biennial Conference 24 – 25 September 2018 The ICPRA Biennial Conference was held in Canberra, Australia on 24 & 25 September 2018. For a copy of the conference minutes (click here) An International Lawyers Network meeting will be held in conjunction with the Conference For further details contact the ICPRA Secretariat at – firstname.lastname@example.org
Note of Biennial Meeting of ICPRA Council – Canberra, Australia 2018 London Terror Attacks – ICPRA Press Release – 05 June 2017 Speech to Police Federation of England and Wales Annual Conference – Bournemouth, England 2015 Waco Shootings – Outlaw Bikers an Ever Present Threat – ICPRA Press Release – 19 May 2015 Charlie Hebdo […]
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Tom Stamatakis – ICPRA Chairman
Mr. Stamatakis has sat on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Police Association (CPA) since 2003, and served as Vice-President of the organization since 2005 and acclaimed President for a second term in September 2014.
Calum Steele – ICPRA General Secretary
Calum Steele is the General Secretary of the Scottish Police Federation having been first elected to the role in June 2008.