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The Police Directive to refuse ambulance assistance.
WA Police Commissioner is now refusing to send Police to aggressive scenes to assist ambulance personnel.
The AEAWA directive to all members.
If you arrive at a scene, and you perceive a threat, CALL FOR POLICE. Thats your job done! It is NOT OUR JOB to enter scenes such as these. Its theirs; if they don’t not want to attend, then we do not go in. ITS THAT SIMPLE!
Officers who feel pressured to enter a scene they perceive is dangerous SHOULD NOT GO INTO IT!
Directive for non-police attendance now roles out to country areas
Multiple country locations are now listed where police will not attend dangerous scenes to protect us.
AEAWA correspondence to the WA Minster of Police
Hon. Paul Papalia CSC, MLA Minister for Police; Corrective Services; Racing and Gaming; Defence Industry; Veterans Issues has received a letter from the AEAWA on behalf of the membership.
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