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Police Veterans Support Victoria Inc. (PVSV) is a not-for-profit organisation that provides a peer support program to police veterans, former employees and families of Victoria Police, through Veteran Peer Support Officers (VPSOs), who work as volunteers.

Police Veterans Support Victoria Inc. (PVSV) is a not-for-profit organisation that provides a peer support program to police veterans, former employees and families of Victoria Police, through Veteran Peer Support Officers (VPSOs), who work as volunteers.

The Veteran Benefit Card is the first of its kind in Australia. The card connects our veterans back into the broader policing family and recognises their service to the community. It also provides access to a huge range of benefits for wellbeing related services and products, and I encourage all veterans to apply for their card today.

Gerard Ryan APM, PVSV Board Chairperson

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The Veteran Benefit Card is the first of its kind in Australia and available to all police veterans. This card provides access to discounted mental health and wellbeing services and products, and importantly recognises their service to the community. I encourage police veterans to register for their card today!

Gerard Ryan APM, PVSV Board Chairperson

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Latest news

Find out what’s going on with PVSV and our police veteran community

New card to benefit police veterans beyond their service

General news

https://youtu.be/gFMNolW5Bso   For the first time in Australia, police veterans in Victoria will be recognised for their service through... Read More → New card to benefit police veterans beyond their service

Latest news

Find out what’s going on with police veteran’s.

New card to benefit police veterans beyond their service

General news

https://youtu.be/gFMNolW5Bso   For the first time in Australia, police veterans in Victoria will be recognised for their service through... Read More → New card to benefit police veterans beyond their service

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PVSV

And make a difference!

In October 2018, Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton and Police Association Secretary, Wayne Gatt, walked 1,000km over 3 weeks across Victoria to help broaden awareness and raise much-needed funds to support police veterans affected by mental health issues.

The walk raised over $500,000 to professionalise and expand Police Veterans Support Victoria – you can still donate for this important cause.

Graham Ashton and Wayne Gatt Head to Head Fundraising Walk 2018

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