The Malta Police Association was the pioneer association when it comes to safeguarding your rights as a police officer and knows its beginning from 1955. Through its existence the MPA progressed from an in-house association to a fully fledged workers union within its own right and is also a member and equal partner within the CMTU and also EuroCOP so that it could be in a better position to see that the working conditions of its members are ameliorated and brought on par with other European Police forces. The MPA although associated with these organisations is an independent union and is not tied with any other Union and as such it is free and independent from any political agendas that such other unions may have. The sole interest of the MPA is the safeguard of your rights and to give you a voice.
The MPA is led by the executive committee formed by 9 members and this committee is democratically elected by all the union’s members in a vote which takes place every three years.
Past successes achieved by the MPA are the introduction of shift allowances, tax reduction on Extra Duty, adjustment in shift hours and other incentives. However the MPA is also aware that there is much more to be done and that it cannot sit on its laurels, in fact the MPA is continuously engaged in several negotiations to continue bettering the working conditions of its members.
However none of this would be possible without your support which is shown by joining ranks with us and becoming members of the MPA which is the largest local police union. Incidentally the MPA is also a non-profit seeking organisation and the subscription fee paid by the members is the cheapest available option and the sole intention of such a fee is to cover the expenses of the Union itself.
The Malta Police Association Protects and Defends the rights of its members according to its Statue. Such rights emanate, but not limited to Employment and Industrial legislation, Collective and Sectoral Agreements together with applicable government policies. It is not within the remit of the Union to represent its members in criminal investigations/cases which are or may be brought before the Courts of Justice, except when the member is the direct victim.