New Constables join the ranks of Tasmania Police
Tasmania Police Recruit Course 3/2020 will graduate today with 27 new Constables ready to put their training into action.
“Commencing service within the community next week are 13 women and 14 men who graduate as Constables from the Tasmania Police Academy today,” said Acting Commander of Education and Training, Jason Elmer.
“Each of the graduating Constables have shown adaptability and resilience, completing the rigorous recruit course to become a sworn member of Tasmania Police.
“I congratulate each of the Constables, including Constable Jack Fennell who achieved the award of Dux, and Constable Meg Garnsey who achieved the award of runner-up Dux.
“I wish all of our new Constables well as they commence duty serving and protecting the community in just a few days.”
From Monday, 4 new Constables will be stationed at Hobart; 5 at Glenorchy, 1 at Bridgewater, 13 at Launceston, 2 at Devonport, 2 at Burnie.
“On behalf of Tasmania Police I formally welcome our newest Constables as they join our service today,” said Commissioner of Police, Darren Hine.
“I personally congratulate the members of Trainee Course 3 of 2020 as they graduate today. Each of the new Constables have worked extremely hard to complete what is a demanding training program, and they should each be very proud of their achievement.
“Policing is a unique occupation, and I hope today is a milestone moment in a rewarding and challenging career for each of today’s graduates,” said Commissioner Hine.