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Central Western Daily: Three police recruits land at Orange as Central West welcomes probationary constables

WELCOME: Probationary Constables Mitch Evans, Caitlin Green, Mitchell Hynes, Matthew Kennedy and Emma Montgomery have joined Central West Police District. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN

 WELCOME: Probationary Constables Mitch Evans, Caitlin Green, Mitchell Hynes, Matthew Kennedy and Emma Montgomery have joined Central West Police District. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN

St George & Sutherland Shire Leader: Sutherland Shire Police Area Command welcomes latest batch of police recruits

Sutherland Shire Police Local Area Command has welcomed five new officers to the region.

The probationary constables, including three women and two men, range in age from 22 to 38.

They started work in the command on Monday, after being welcomed by Sutherland Shire Police Local Area Commander, Superintendent Jason Box.

Superintendent Box said some of the new recruits had relocated from country areas and all had come from diverse backgrounds.

He said all were all looking forward to facing the challenges that will come with their new roles, and he wished them a rewarding and safe career.

They join six probationary constables who started at the command in December and seven who began work in October.

Probationary constables must complete eight months of foundational training prior to commencing work in the community.

Port Stephens-Hunter Police District Welcomes New Recruits

A/Inspector Kristin Marshall (HR), Superintendent Chad Gillies, SC Liz Drake (Education Officer), Jenny Aitchison MP, Probationary Constable Luke Haynes, Probationary Constable Emillie King and Kate Washington MP.

ON Monday 1 March, Port Stephens-Hunter Police District welcomed their two newest recruits.

Probationary Constables’ Luke Haynes and Emillie King were welcomed by District Commander, Superintendent Chad Gillies and local members, Kate Washington MP and Jenny Aitchison MP.

Probationary Constable Emillie King is a graduate from the IPROWD (Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery program).

Both will have their initial placements at Maitland Police Station.

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