Commissioner comes with command boost

LOCAL police numbers will be bolstered next month within the Oxley Local Area Command following the arrival of six new probationary


The new officers will be stationed at Tamworth and Gunnedah and will be the latest recruits to graduate from the NSW Police College in Goulburn next month.

NSW Police Commissioner Ken Moroney said, during his visit to Tamworth yesterday as part of his fact-finding tour of the region, that the new recruits will significantly boost staffing numbers throughout the Oxley LAC.

As he met with local police, Mr Moroney said the

new recruits would improve struggling police numbers due to officers being off on long-term sick leave.

“I’m pleased to announce the Oxley LAC will be receiving six new probationary constables graduating from the police college in August,” Mr Moroney said.

“This will greatly increase frontline police in Tamworth, Gunnedah and other stations within the Oxley LAC. Numbers will be boosted further when 11 officers, currently on long-term sick leave and four on maternity leave, return to duties later this year.”

Oxley LAC superintendent Tony Jefferson welcomed the arrival of the new recruits and said they would undergo two to three months of training before starting duties.

“These officers will greatly assist staffing levels in the Oxley LAC,” superintendent Jefferson said.

“By October we should see policing numbers here in the Oxley LAC back on track.

“The Oxley LAC is a popular area and there is currently a waiting list for officers wishing to be stationed here.”

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