Eligible agencies include Police and Law Enforcement Agencies and Emergency Service Agencies (Including Volunteers and Retirees). Eligibility to participate in the AP&ES Games is at the discretion of the Australia & New Zealand Police Games Federation (ANZPGF). Other Emergency Service agencies can make an application to the ANZPGF Eligibility Sub-Committee for consideration. The ANZPGF reserves the right to refuse entries from any individual or agency.
Eligible competitors are either full time or part time employees (sworn and unsworn), registered volunteers or retired personnel from eligible agencies from Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands. Competitors must be 18 years or over at the time of the Games.
POLICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES;
State Police Services
National Police Services
Customs Services / Border Force
Corrections / Prison Services
Defence (Military Police / Fire only)
Environment / Resources / Primary Industries / Parks Services
Air Marshalls / Aviation Security
EMERGENCY SERVICE AGENCIES;
National / State / City Fire Services
Country / Rural Fire Services
National / State Ambulance Services
St John Ambulance
Royal Life Saving Society Organisations
State Emergency Service
Royal Flying Doctor
National / State Search and Rescue Services
Nurses (currently employed in Accident & Emergency)
Surf Life Saving
Please note the above lists are not exclusive if you wish to be considered for eligibility, please email APESGames2018@police.wa.gov.au
Retired employees and separated employees with 10 or more years of service from any of the above listed eligible agencies are invited to compete and must provide proof of such service.
Competitors with disabilities, are eligible to apply, however we request you contact the Games Management Team at APESGames2018@police.wa.gov.au to facilitate individual competition registration.
Proof of employment or volunteer registration will be required when registering for the Games.
Eligibility does not include family members.