The Tasmanian police union has been a pillar of stability for several years, and that stability is set to continue until at least the end of 2024.
The Police Association of Tasmania's election held this month was confirmed by the Australian Electoral Commission.
Current president Colin Riley was one of a host of seven executives and 10 other board members elected to their roles.
Mr Riley said the association was one of the strongest lobby groups in the state, and most likely the best represented of its kind in the country.
"There are currently 1395 police officers in Tasmania, all but seven are members of the Police Association of Tasmania," he said.
The past three years had seen the PAT lobby successfully for statewide roster reform, reviewing police officers performing court security, a Special Operations Group in the North and South, 50 more police officers recruited and a variety of other campaigns.
Mr Riley said the unopposed election of the seven executive positions was testament to what the group had achieved in the previous election cycle.
"This result is a fantastic outcome for the Police Association of Tasmania, with the membership fully endorsing the current executive," he said.
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