Police Health is Australia's only private health insurer run for the police by police
Who Can Join?
Police Health is restricted access private health insurer for:
1. Current Australian police officers, police employees and volunteers of state, territory or federal police departments, police unions and associations.
2. Retired and former police officers, police employees and volunteers of police departments, unions and associations in Australia.
3. In addition, eligibility also extends to the close relations of the above:
- partners, including spouse or defacto
- former partners
- dependent and adult children (including the partners and dependent children of the adult children)
- siblings (including a sibling's partner/spouse, a sibling's dependent child)
Contact us on 1800 603 603 if you are uncertain about your eligibility – we’d be happy to help!
FAQ: Can I retain my cover after I retire from the police?
Yes, you can. Whilst training at the police academy/college, you’re currently employed by your state/territory police department. Therefore, you’re eligible to join.
FAQ: Which Departments, Unions and Associations Qualify?
- SAPOL: South Australian Police
- NTPFES: Northern Territory Police Services
- QPS: Queensland Police Service
- WAPOL: Western Australian Police
- TASPOL: Tasmanian Police
- VICPOL: Victorian Police
- NSWPOL: New South Wales Police
- AFP: Australian Federal Police
Unions & Associations
- PASA: Police Association of South Australia
- NTPA: Northern Territory Police Association
- QPU: Queensland Police Union
- QPCOUE: Queensland Police Commissioned Officers Union
- WAPU: Western Australian Police Union
- PAT: Police Association of Tasmania
- TPAV: The Police Association of Victoria
- PANSW: Police Association of New South Wales
- AFPA: The Australian Federal Police Association
- PFA: The Police Federation of Australia
FAQ: Can I join when at the Police Academy/College?
Yes you can. Whilst training at the police academy/ college you are currently employed by your state/territory police department, so therefore are eligible to join.
FAQ: What about other first responders?
Now covering more than 60,000 members of Australia’s police community, Police Health have been looking after the health and wellbeing of police officers and their families through gold-level health insurance since 1935. After a long-petitioned demand from our colleagues in emergency services, we now offer the same renowned cover to Australia’s emergency services and allied health workers and volunteer community, as well as their close relations – through Emergency Services Health.
If you have friends who don’t meet Police Health’s eligibility criteria, let them know about Emergency Services Health – chances are they may be eligible. You can contact the team at Emergency Services Health on 1300 703 703
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