Written on the 16 December 2015 by Kevin Conolly

KEVIN CONOLLY WELCOMES NEW POLICE RECRUITS TO RIVERSTONE ELECTORATE Kevin Conolly, Member for Riverstone, yesterday welcomed probationary Constables Alex Flatman and Ben Grasso to Quakers Hill Police Station. Alex was one of more than 100 new NSW Police Force recruits to be formally sworn in at the Police Academy in Goulburn last week while Ben arrived at the station recently.

The welcome took place at the site of the Riverstone Police Station on Railway Terrace, currently being upgraded and nearing completion. The police officers and staff at Quakers Hill Police Station are on track to move into the spacious Riverstone facility early in the new year.  

"These probationary constables have chosen a career that will see them serve the community by protecting lives and property, investigating and solving crime and keeping the people of this great state safe," Kevin Conolly said.

"I thank the new officers who are taking on this challenging and rewarding role and for their commitment to serving our local communities" said Kevin Conolly.

The NSW Government continues to invest in the NSW Police Force so they can keep the community safe.

"I am so glad to be assigned to the Quakers Hill Station as this was my first preference" said probationary Constable Alex Flatman.

More than 3,000 officers have passed through the Goulburn Academy since the NSW Liberals & Nationals came to Government in March 2011.

Author: Kevin Conolly


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