Governance

Governance

Good governance happens when charities have practices and procedures in place that help them to deliver their work effectively and transparently, and when the roles and responsibilities of people in the charity are clearly understood, including directors, staff, volunteers and members. 

We believe good governance involves maintaining strong relationships between the members of our governing body and stakeholders, and is much more about working as a collective than individual responsibilities. 

NSW Police Legacy Limited was incorporated in 1991 as an Australian Public Company limited by Guarantee (ABN 70 051 341 087). The management of NSW Police Legacy is entrusted to the Board of Management, subject to the Constitution. 

The Board of Management is made up of a dedicated group of volunteers representing a broad cross-section of the police community, bringing a range of complementary skills and experience. 

The Board consists of the following nominees: 

a) Seven nominees of the NSW Police Association

b) One nominee of the Minister for Police

c) One nominee of the Commissioner of Police 

d) Two nominees of the Board of Directors, NSW Police Legacy Ltd 

The officers of the Company consists of a Chair, Vice-Chair and Honorary Treasurer, all of whom are members of the Company. 

The Directors of the Company are subject to all the sanctions and rules provided in the Corporations Law administered by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) as well as those by the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC). NSW Police Legacy is a registered charity with the ACNC.