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The PPTSG is a not-for-profit organisation, comprising serving and former police officers. Its aim is to provide support to those who are suffering from PTSD, anxiety, depression, and to alleviate the isolation and stigma which is generally associated when diagnosed with these illnesses. The PPTSG is supported in its work by the NSWPF, health professionals and various counselling services.

In addition to providing support to serving and former police officers, and emergency workers, PPTSG provides a family and spouse support function.

Although the PPTSG is based in New South Wales, it receives calls for assistance nationally and internationally, partly due to one of its founding members, Esther McKay (former NSW Police Force police officer). Esther is a well known author, nationally and internationally, through her book ‘Crime Scene’, which highlights the stressors and trauma associated with police work. Esther receives calls for support for stress related issues via her website which are passed on to the PPTSG.


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Thank you to our sponsors
Acknowledgement is given to the following organisations for funding, donations and services:

CEO Global Logistics

Police Bank
NSW Police Association

NSW Police Legacy
CBD Graphic Designs
Adpack Products

Tempo Australia

Harvey Norman



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Case Studies

Case 1
Current NSW Fire Brigade officer - “Just out of NSWFB, had serious breakdown, diagnosed PTSD, feeling very ill and abandoned, need help.”

Case 2
I am the partner of a police officer retired HOD after a horrific car accident while on duty some years ago . He has been through the system & suffers ongoing medical problems of recent times he has been having serious reoccurring bouts of Post Traumatic Stress relating to his Police experiences.

Case 3
Concerned father of serving police officer - “My son is going through a particularly bad time with his hurt on duty after an attack by a criminal. It has left him traumatised, shattered in health, and now, under psychiatric care.”