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First-year constables inducted

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First year constables Nathan Steer, Eamon Dodrill and Luke Tobin with Assistant Commissioner Kev Guteridge.

First-year constables Nathan Steer, Eamon Dodrill and Luke Tobin have just received their induction certificates.

The trio were initially welcomed into the Bundaberg Police family in early April and were due to be inducted on April 3.

However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic the constables were fast tracked and sworn in on March 20.

While the group were unable to be presented with their induction certificates on the day they were later mailed to Bundaberg Station for presentation.

They were recently presented in front of their colleagues at the police station.

Assistant Commissioner Kev Guteridge has been meeting with officers across the Central Region and his visit to the station this week provided an ideal opportunity to welcome the constables and offer some timely advice.

More information on fast tracking police recruits can be found here.

By Senior Community Crime Prevention Officer Sue Rewald


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