The Riverstone electorate will continue to be as safe a place as possible with the addition of another 3 new police officers for Quakers Hill Police Area Command, after they attested at a private ceremony at the Goulburn Police Academy last week for Class 342 where 197 officers graduated.
Today Member for Riverstone Kevin Conolly MP joined Quakers Hill Police Area Commander, Superintendent Donna McCarthy to congratulate personally the three new probationary constables who started their first day of duty at Riverstone Police Station during their induction, after undergoing more than eight months of training at the Police Academy in Goulburn.
“I am proud to welcome Probationary Constables James Moreno, Sophie Fenech and Peter Lopreiato and wish them every success in their policing careers. Being sworn in as a police officer is a great honour and I commend these new officers for making the decision to dedicate themselves to the task of ensuring the safety of our community,” Mr Conolly said.
“I welcome our newest Police from Class 342 into our local community. They will now go forward in terms of on the job training with experienced field training officers who will guide them over their next 12 months.” Superintendent McCARTHY 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.” Mr Conolly said.
The NSW Liberals & Nationals are investing $583 million in 1500 extra officers over the next four years, the biggest increase in three decades.