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Police numbers swell with record recruits
Wednesday, 29th August, 2012
By Erica Visser
They only arrived on Monday, but the city's largest ever group of new police officers are already in uniform and ready to fight crime.
The seven constables began a two-day induction yesterday, led by Sergeant Greg McMahon.
Police history goes on show
Friday, 3rd August, 2012
By Kurtis J Eichler
A lot has happened since the first NSW police officers donned their uniforms in 1862.
To celebrate 150 years of the NSW Police Force, local officers have burned the midnight oil in researching their rich story to create 10 banners displaying its key moments.
Crime spree worries cops
Monday, 30th January, 2012
Extra police are being deployed to patrol the streets at night after a spate of burglaries at the weekend.
In Blende Street thieves broke into a house and stole $10,000 worth of items including two large televisions. The house was also vandalised by the thieves, police said.
Houses in Galena, Cobalt and Cornish streets were also robbed as well as a home in Oxide Street where the offenders caused $4000 damage, the police said.
An elderly couple at a home in Hebbard Street had their ute stolen along with $200 in cash while they slept in the early hours of Saturday morning. The ute was later found abandoned.
Shopkeeper beaten by armed robbers
Saturday, 28th January, 2012
Police are hunting for two men who robbed a shop owner at gun-point late on Thursday night.
The 61-year-old owner of the Brookfield Avenue mixed business was seriously assaulted and suffered cuts and bruises to his head, police said yesterday.
The thieves escaped with a “quantity of cash” in the robbery which was committed about 10.30pm, the police said.
Thursday, 24th November, 2011
NSW Police officers have to wait to take their industrial action to the next level which could have them refusing to respond to any but the most serious emergencies.
The police aren’t happy with the State Government’s proposed changes to their Death and Disability Scheme and have voted to up the ante.
Matt Thomson from the NSW Police Association (Western Region) said the members at Tuesday’s rally in Sydney decided to go to an electronic vote.