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Bundaberg Police welcomes two new constables

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Constable Eamon Dodrill and Constable Luke Tobin have just joined the Bundaberg Police team.

Bundaberg Police Station has welcomed two new First Year Constable’s (FYC), Constable Eamon Dodrill and Constable Luke Tobin.

Both officers have enjoyed their first week on patrol, putting their rigorous training from the Queensland Police Service (QPS) Academy into practice.

As FYC’s, they will spend the next 12 months in Bundaberg learning on the job as they rotate through the various speciality units.

Constable Dodrill and Constable Tobin were inspired to join the QPS to help the community and are very proud to be serving in Bundaberg.

Prior to joining the QPS, Constable Dodrill was the manager at a sports club in Ipswich and Constable Tobin was a residential case worker while studying a masters in social work, which he continues to do today.

They are another example of the diverse backgrounds and life experiences that our officers bring to the role.

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