Local police superintendent welcomes four new probationary officers to force

BANKSTOWN Police commander, Superintendent Adam Johnson welcomed four new Probationary Constables (pictured) to the command last month.

They will each perform 12 months as Probationary Constables where they will be trained by experienced front line police and undergo ongoing education and assessments.
“Upon successful completion of this they will be confirmed as Constables and continue to work as part of the Bankstown Police Area Command as General Duties Police Officers protecting our local communities,” Supt Johnson said.
“We wish all four officers the best of luck in their policing journey.”
Also welcoming the new recruits, NSW Police Commissioner Karen Webb said they had embarked on a career “that is unique and like no other”.
“This is not just a job; it’s a calling,” she said. “A calling to serve and protect, to uphold the values of justice and to make a positive impact on all of our communities.”