Initially founded to support bereaved families following the loss of their loved one, our support now extends to include police officers and their families experiencing challenging times in their lives. Our police family has grown to include not only families suffering from loss and grief, but those experiencing misfortune that require extra support.
NSW Police Legacy honour the history and proud traditions of the NSW Police Force. We embrace the camaraderie and unique bond shared across the police family and take pride in providing compassionate, continuous and long term support in the best interest of those whose care we have been entrusted.
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Cath Allen, Project Coordinator, is currently developing and implementing a joint NSW Government and NSW Police Legacy initiative designed to focus on the management and promotion of post service programs for our former NSW Police Officers and their immediate families, many of whom will at times, face a broad range of challenges when transitioning into …Read More
It’s been a very busy time here at Police Legacy Central since our last newsletter. With local area luncheons around the State, families to visit, fundraising activities and hours and hours of essential administration tasks, processes and accounting that must be complied with to ensure the trust of those who support our charity, there leaves …Read More
The Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 10 May in the Board Room of the Police Association of NSW, Level 3, 154 Elizabeth Street Sydney at 3:00pm. All former serving and retired members of the NSW Police Force are invited to attend. Enquiries can be made to Elizabeth Svoboda, Company Secretary on 02 …Read More
Only a few short weeks ago, we were all shocked and saddened by the tragic news of the death of Sergeant Geoffrey Richardson; the result of a motor vehicle accident whilst responding to a call to assist his colleagues involved in a pursuit. Once again, we witnessed the immense sense of police family.
A fundraising appeal has been established for Sergeant Geoffrey Richardson, 43 years old of Port Stephens LAC who died on Saturday evening when his police car crashed into a tree. Sergeant Richardson was providing assistance to his colleagues who were engaged in a pursuit. Sergeant Richardson leaves behind his widow, Senior Constable Margaret King, also …Read More
Welcome to 2016. As with 2015, it will be an exciting and busy time for us. The year commenced with our largest children’s camp ever with 55 children and 11 supervisors spending a week in Queensland with trips to Australia zoo, Noosa and Fraser Island. Our heartfelt thanks are extended to Inspector Paul Martin, his …Read More