They were part of the 200-strong ‘Class 336’ which graduated from the Police Academy last month.
NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said the new recruits were embarking on a challenging, yet highly rewarding career path.
“Police play such an important role within our communities and these officers have worked hard – both physically and academically – to reach this milestone,” he said.NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller
“These probationary constables will be tasked with ensuring the safety and security of the people of NSW, and I am confident they will do so with integrity.”
After completing 12-months on-the-job training and passing further study, they officially graduate with an Associate Degree in Policing Practice and will be confirmed to the rank of constable.