The police union won't comment on the coronial inquest into a 2010 police shooting until the inquiry wraps up later this year.
Public hearings into the shooting death of Westbury's Nicholas Whiteley finished on Friday after five days of evidence before Coroner Robert Pearce.
The Tasmanian Police Association made submissions to the inquiry, which it hopes are reflected in the coroner's findings.
The union is keen to see improvements to Tasmania's single-officer response model, which Constable Ian Blake was operating under when he shot dead Mr Whiteley after an altercation.
Meanwhile the union has lodged a dispute over Tasmania Police invoking an unforeseeable circumstances clause during the Molesworth bushfires earlier this month.
The clause enables roster changes to be made at short notice without the need to pay affected officers double time.
It can be used during a state emergency, the exercising of emergency powers or unforeseeable circumstances.
Despite being invoked during the Molesworth fire it was ultimately not required and police received their normal pay entitlements.
But the union has lodged a dispute to clear up exactly what circumstances can trigger the clause. Union president Pat Allen said he had initially been told ``the benchmark was Dunalley".
Tasmania Police invoked the clause the for first time during December's Dunalley bushfires with the backing of the union.
``But the union isn't going to give them the opportunity to manage resources poorly," Mr Allen said on Friday.
Tasmania Police said it would meet the union to discuss the application of the clause.
Police Assistant Commissioner Phil Wilkinson said they would ``develop agreed parameters".