RIVERSTONE POLICE STATION OFFICIALLY OPENED
Written on the 3 August 2016 by Kevin Conolly
The new home of the Quakers Hill Local Area Command, Riverstone Police Station, was officially opened today by Deputy Premier and Minister for Justice and Police Troy Grant and Member for Riverstone Kevin Conolly.
Mr Grant and Mr Conolly were joined by Deputy Commissioner Hudson and local station and command staff.
The police station gives local hard-working police officers and staff a first-class facility to serve the community.
Mr Grant said the new station ensures the local area command can provide the best possible service.
"Today is a very exciting day for the region and marks an important chapter for the Quakers Hill Local Area Command and wider community," Mr Grant said.
"The old station had become tired and no longer met the needs of the community and I'm pleased to see the finished station and the happy faces of the men and women who are stationed here."
Mr Conolly said he was proud to see the NSW Government's $19.8 million investment in the new station finalised.
"Our police work tirelessly to protect our local community and they deserve a first class facility to match their dedication," Mr Conolly said.
"The official opening of our new station marks the start of a new beginning for policing in our region.
"This state-of-the-art station will ensure our police have the resources they need for generations to come."
Author: Kevin Conolly
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