TWO NEW POLICE FOR ARMIDALE AND INVERELL BOOSTS BLUE LINE

TWO NEW POLICE FOR ARMIDALE AND INVERELL BOOSTS BLUE LINE

Photo caption: Welcoming tow new police recruits to the region yesterday, Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall, left, Education Development Officer and Constable Meriki Buckman, Probationary Constable Lukasz Krzysztofiak, Probationary Constable Shannon Corcoran and Acting Inspector Duane Macpherson at Inverell Police Station.

Tuesday, 5 March 2024

TWO freshly minted police officers have been personally welcomed to the region by Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall, as they reported for their induction and first days on the job at Inverell Police Station yesterday.

The Probationary Constables have been posted to Armidale and Inverell stations within the New England Police District following their graduation from the NSW Police Academy in Goulbourn last Friday.

Probationary Constable Lukasz Krzysztofiak has joined the team at Inverell Police Station while Probationary Constable Shannon Corcoran will be stationed at Armidale Police Station.

The arrival of these new recruits takes the number of new police officers the Northern Tablelands has secured in the past three years to 94.

Mr Marshall said he was pleased for the chance to meet the new officers in person, especially on the first days of their new careers in law enforcement.

“What an exciting time for these new recruits to finally hit the streets in their new communities and put their extensive training to work at last,” Mr Marshall said.

“It is a fine profession and I commend each and every police officer in my electorate for the commitment and care they show every day to keeping us safe.

“If you see the new officers on the beat in your community, give them a warm welcome.

“I congratulate and thank all the hardworking police officers and the support staff in all our stations across the Northern Tablelands.

“Every officer provides important support and the past few years through drought, fire, pandemic and now floods, have been particularly challenging – I commend them all.”

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