New South Wales Police recruitment is focused on ensuring that bridges are built in the community, various groups are included and as a result the rate of crime is reduced. Along with Gay and Lesbian Liaison officers, Ethnic Community Liaison officers and others, there are Aboriginal Liaison officers who will look to assist these groups and protect the welfare of society through the reduction in crime.
Throughout New South Wales from Moree to Nowra, Redfern to Merrylands and all points in between the Aboriginal communities are becoming empowered in the knowledge that the New South Wales Police are taking on their concerns in a way that builds bridges and reduces crime.
Many Police Stations have Aboriginal liaison officers and also Aboriginal community liaison officers of whom work side by side to assist the broader Police Force and in turn chip away at entrenched community attitudes that work against the Aboriginal community. Society seems happy to marginalize minority groupings.
Aboriginal Police officers like any other officers can be employed in the following areas of policing:
- General Duties
- Criminal Investigation (Detectives)
- Marine Area Command (Water Police)
- Police Rescue and Bomb Disposal Unit
- Mounted Police Unit
- Highway Patrol (Traffic Services)
- Forensic Services Group
- Police Prosecutors
- Bicycle Unit
- Counter Terrorist Command
- Dog Unit
For those people seriously interested in joining the New South Wales Police can attend the NSW Police College careers day on Sunday 21 February 2010 between 10am and 4pm at McDermott Drive Goulburn where details of the Associate Degree in Policing Practice will be explained. This course is the necessary path of entry into the NSW Police.
Call the NSW Police Recruitment on 1800 222 122 today.
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