New officers welcomed to Orana Mid-Western Police District

Member for the Dubbo electorate Dugald Saunders has welcomed seven new police officers who have joined the ranks of the Orana Mid-Western Police District.

The probationary constables attested at a private ceremony at the Goulburn Police Academy last Friday, and had an initiation at Dubbo Police Station on Monday before officially hitting the beat on Tuesday.

Four will be stationed in Dubbo, with the other officers to be based at Warren, Gilgandra and Coonamble.

Mr Saunders welcomed the recruits to the region, after more than eight months of world-class training at the academy.

“Our new police officers are a much needed boost to the Dubbo community and they will be a great help to the Orana Mid-Western Police District,” Mr Saunders said.

“On behalf of the Dubbo community, I am pleased to welcome our four newest officers to their new command, where will get to experience rural policing and a wide range of tasks, and I know the other three officers will also be welcomed in their communities as well.

“Police put their own safety on the line to protect our community every day, and I commend these new officers for their dedication and wish them every success in their policing careers.”

Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott congratulated the new officers on their dedication and hard work as they embarked on their chosen career in policing.

“Our recruits from Class 342 come at an important time for the state of NSW. I wish them well as they embark on their chosen career,” Mr Elliott said. “These officers can be assured that they have the full support of this government as they step into their career in law enforcement and service to the community.”

Member for the Dubbo electorate Dugald Saunders has welcomed seven new police officers who have joined the ranks of the Orana Mid-Western Police District.

The probationary constables attested at a private ceremony at the Goulburn Police Academy last Friday, and had an initiation at Dubbo Police Station on Monday before officially hitting the beat on Tuesday.

Four will be based in Dubbo, with the other officers to be based at Warren, Gilgandra and Coonamble.

Mr Saunders welcomed the recruits to the region, after more than eight months of world-class training at the academy.

“Our new police officers are a much needed boost to the Dubbo community and they will be a great help to the Orana Mid-Western Police District,” Mr Saunders said.

“On behalf of the community, I am pleased to welcome our four newest officers to their new command, where will get to experience rural policing and a wide range of tasks.

“Police put their own safety on the line to protect our community every day, and I commend these new officers for their dedication and wish them every success in their policing careers.”

Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott congratulated the new officers on their dedication and hard work as they embarked on their chosen career in policing.

“Our recruits from Class 342 come at an important time for the state of NSW. I wish them well as they embark on their chosen career,” Mr Elliott said.

“These officers can be assured that they have the full support of this government as they step into their career in law enforcement and service to the community.”

Member for the Dubbo electorate Dugald Saunders has welcomed four new police officers who have joined the ranks of the Orana Mid-Western Police District within the Dubbo electorate

The quartet attested at a private ceremony at the Goulburn Police Academy last Friday, and had an initiation at Dubbo Police Station on Monday before officially hitting the beat on Tuesday.

Mr Saunders welcomed the recruits to the region, after more than eight months of world-class training at the academy.

“Our new police officers are a much needed boost to the Dubbo community and they will be a great help to the Orana Mid-Western Police District,” Mr Saunders said.

“On behalf of the community, I am pleased to welcome our four newest officers to their new command, where they will get to experience rural policing and a wide range of tasks.

“Police put their own safety on the line to protect our community every day, and I commend these new officers for their dedication and wish them every success in their policing careers.”

Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott congratulated the new officers on their dedication and hard work as they embarked on their chosen career in policing.

“Our recruits from Class 342 come at an important time for the state of NSW. I wish them well as they embark on their chosen career,” Mr Elliott said.

“These officers can be assured that they have the full support of this government as they step into their career in law enforcement and service to the community.”

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