Elliott Welcomes New Recruit For Baulkham Hills

More than 100 probationary constables have been welcomed into the ranks of the NSW Police Force following a ceremony at the Police Academy in Goulburn.

Baulkham Hills State Liberal MP today Ryan Wearne to The Hills Local Area Command as part of 109 new recruits joining the NSW Police Force.

“Ryan joins almost 3,000 officers who have passed through the academy since 2011,” Mr Elliott said.

“They have worked hard over the past few months and on Monday they begin their new life policing the Baulkham Hills community.

“The Liberals & Nationals Government has delivered record high police numbers to keep our community safe with authorised strength at 16,565.

“I know Ryan will be welcomed by the local community and I look forward to seeing them continuing the fantastic work of our Local Area Command.

“I thank the new officers who are taking on this challenging and rewarding role and for their commitment to service.”

“Class 324” come from all walks of life including 11 born overseas, three from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background and they range in age from 21 to 47.