Most Outstanding Police Sporting or Welfare Achievement of the Year recipients

Most Outstanding Police Sporting or Welfare Achievement of the Year Award

2016

The Blue Green Crew Project has been operating for approximately 18 months and has provided 200 Defence, Police and Emergency Service members a chance to relax from the stresses and strains of a serious work life. 

2015

Tim SPITERI for his world record breaking ocean row from Australia to Africa becoming the first Australian to row two oceans - the Atlantic in 2013, and the Indian in 2014 to raise monies for MS Australia.

2014

Suzan ANDREWS for consistency and excellent fitness to win six (6) gold medals and one (1) bronze medal in three different disciplines of Indoor Rowing, Stair Climb and Swimming at the 2013 World Police & Fire Games.

2013

Manase HOLANI for his selection in the Australian team for the Australian Police Rugby Union 2013 Hong Kong Tour; his NSW 'Player of the Tournament' award and his Blue Ribbon 'Player of the March' award in Victoria.

2012

David EADIE for his unbelieveable run of 220 kilometres across Death Valley, California, USA representing Reclink Australia.

2011

Cherie ARNELL for her sustained performance over the past decade and excellent achievements at the 2010 Australasian Police Basketball Championships making the Australian 'All Star' tem for the ninth time.

2010

Renee HULLS for her outstanding skill and ability to represent Australia at the 2010 Indoor Netball Tri Nations Cup held in South Africa.

2009

Warren ESTCOURT for his outstanding achievements as player and coach in the Australasian Police Basketball Championships over the past ten years.

2008

Kelly WALKER for her outstanding achievements in winning every single woman's award available at the recent Australasian Police Basketball Championships.

2007

Tim BENNETT for his outstanding achievement in winning three (3) gold medals in men's Open cycling events at the Adelaide 2007 World Police & Fire Games.

2006

Sue BUSSELL for great success at the Victoria Police & Emergency Services Games swimming event and the State Master's and Aussie Master's National swimming events.

2005

Gordon GOURLAY (retired Chief Inspector) for his great success in the Victoria Masters Track and Field Championship, Victoria Police & Emergency Services Games, and the Australia and New Zealand Police and Emergency Games where he established a new Australian record in his age group for the high jump.

2004

Simon GLOSTER for his outstanding efforts in local, national and international Police Clay Target shooting competitions.

2003

Bob BAYLEY (retired Insp) for his inspirational achievements in the swimming events at the 2003 Victoria Police & Emergency Services Games and World Masters Games in Melbourne.

2002

John HOLLIS for his most valued performance for Victoria at the Australian Police Rugby League Championship.

2001

Valma WALSH for her outstanding achievements at the 2001 World Police & Fire Games.

2000

Michelle DENCH for her remarkable achievements in winning all female awards in the Australasian Police Basketball Championship in the Grand Final.

1999

Andrew HUNTINGTON for his outstanding bowling and batting performance in V.C.A District Cricket, and in particular in the Grand Final.

1998

Russell Fletcher for his continued excellence in swimming at police games level and also at state, national and international level.

1997

Mark NICHOLS for his continued excellence in swimming at Police Games level and also at state, national and international level.

1996

Jenny PARLEVLIET for her dedication and commitment to Equestrian Events culminating in her competing at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games in the Showjumping Events.

1995

Russell FLETCHER for his contribution to swimming at the Police level and also at a state, national and international level.