MEMBER for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall today welcomed one the NSW Police Force’s newest recruit to Northern Tablelands electorate.
Probationary Constable Daniel Taylor graduated from the NSW Police Academy in Goulburn on Friday as part of the 131-strong Class 325 and will begin his policing career with his first shift on Wednesday.
“Policing is a challenging front line career requiring officers to use their initiative in a rapidly changing world and in vastly contrasting environments,” Mr Marshall said.
“I welcome Probationary Constable Taylor to the region and wish him the very best after months of training to join our force.
“I know his presence will be warmly welcomed by Inspector Rowan O’Brien and the whole team at Inverell and the wider community.
“I am in Sydney for parliament this week, but look forward to welcoming Probationary Constable Taylor in the coming weeks.
Mr Marshall said the new officer added to the authorised strength of 16,695 police in the State, an additional 859 since 2011.
“The government recognises the efforts and sacrifices our police officers make and are committed to providing the resources and technology they need to make our Safe a safe place,” he said.
“The Northern Tablelands community will welcome our newest member of the force with open arms – not only for his service in protecting the community but as a neighbour and fellow resident.
“I thank all of our police for their hard work protecting our community and congratulate Probationary Constable Taylor on graduating from the NSW Police Academy in Goulburn and starting his policing career.”