Member for Riverstone Kevin Conolly was delighted to join the Quakers Hill Police Area Commander, Superintendent Donna McCarthy to welcome in six new and motivated police officer graduates to the local Command.
These probationary constables have faced exceptional challenges this year, but they have shown they can overcome difficult circumstances to complete their training, and they will now use the same resilience to push them forward in their new careers.
“I am proud to welcome Probationary Constables Hamilton, Collins, Xuereb, Di Matteo, Saini, and Glanville and I 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.
Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott welcomed the new recruits and said the NSW Government is committed to supporting them throughout their careers.
The NSW Government has already committed $583 million to introduce 1500 extra Police over four years and recently announced a $60 million upgrade to Goulburn Police Academy.