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A total of 131 new probationary constables will be sworn into the NSW Police Force this morning.
The students of “Class 325” of the Associate Degree in Policing Practice will attest at the NSW Police Academy at Goulburn today (Friday 21 August 2015).
The Commissioner will be joined by the Governor of NSW, His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d), to inspect the new recruits on the parade ground.
The students will attest with the rank of probationary constable and report to their new stations for work on Monday (24 August 2015).
They will then complete 12 months on-the-job training and study by distance education with Charles Sturt University before they officially graduate with an Associate Degree in Policing Practice. The officers will then be confirmed to the rank of constable.
Commissioner Scipione said the new recruits are about to embark upon a highly diverse and rewarding career path.
“Policing is a highly unique career path that will offer these new probationary constables various exciting opportunities each day they work with and for the community,” Commissioner Scipione said.
“Their experiences will be both challenging and gratifying, but their presence here today shows they have the resilience and determination to succeed and represent the NSW Police Force proudly.
“From today onward they’ll be tasked with the safety and security of the people of NSW and I’m confident that they will uphold the Force’s statement of values in performing those duties.
“I wish each and every student all the best in their policing futures and I hope they find the experience of serving the community as rewarding as I do,” Commissioner Scipione said.
FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT ‘CLASS 325’
A total of 131 new recruits are being sworn in today.
The class comprises 98 policeman and 33 policewomen.
121 probationary constables studied as undergraduate students, while three studied via distance education.
In addition, six probationary constables joined through the University of Western Sydney pathway and one officer studied through the Bachelor or Justice Studies (Policing) pathway.
Of the probationary constables attesting today, 121 were born in Australia and 10 were born overseas. Their countries of original include the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Korea, Philippines, Samoa, South Africa, Spain, Taiwan and Turkey.
There are also a number of students in Class 325 who speak a language other than English, including Arabic, Serbian, Greek, Mandarin, Samoan, and Vietnamese.
Among those attesting today, three probationary constables identify as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island background.
The two youngest recruits are aged 20 and the oldest is 48 years-old. Other age statistics:
2 are aged 18-20
58 are aged 21-25
46 are aged 26-30
12 are aged 31-35
Three are aged 36-40
10 are aged 41+
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