Three new police officers have joined The Hume Police District after attesting at the NSW Police Academy in Goulburn on February 26.
The three new recruits, two at Goulburn and one at Southern Highlands, were welcomed to the Goulburn Police Station on March 1.
Probationary Constable Stefan Krull and Probationary Constable Sean Boller will join the team at Goulburn Police Station while Probationary Constable Cameron Bost will join the Southern Highlands team.
The Hume Police District Commander, Superintendent Paul Condon, welcomed the new recruits. "It's always good to have new recruits join us and we are looking forward to showing them the ropes," he said.
Officer in charge of Goulburn Police Station Inspector Matthew Hinton also welcomed the new recruits and said, "They will be working on the frontline of the policing duties across our towns to ensure the safety of residents of those townships."
Probationary Constable Sean Boller joined the police force as he wanted to give back to the community. He has spent 18 years in the military as a medic and travelled overseas on Australian commitments.
Probationary Constable Stefan Krull, who is from Victoria, is looking forward to helping the community and meeting new people.
After donning the chef's hat for 20 years, Probationary Constable Cameron Bost also came into the new role to give back to the community.
The NSW Police Force welcomed 194 new probationary constables at the NSW Police Academy on February 26 at the first full ceremony since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Class 345 includes 139 men and 55 women who will undertake a year of on-the-job training and complete the Associate Degree in Policing Practice by distance education with Charles Sturt University before being confirmed to the rank of constable.
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