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by | Jul 21, 2022 | Community

Logan Police welcome new officers following largest induction of interstate officers into QPS

Logan District Police today welcomed three new officers into the ranks, following the largest induction of interstate officers into the Queensland Police Service.

Minister for Police and Corrective Services Mark Ryan joined Acting Assistant Commissioner Mark Kelly who says the new officers would now call Queensland home, as they joined or returned to the QPS after serving in various policing jurisdictions across Australia and New Zealand.

“Having these officers join our ranks is an asset to the QPS, as they bring with them knowledge and policing experience that will be drawn upon as they protect communities across the state,” Acting Assistant Commissioner Kelly says.

“Joining us from careers in New Zealand Police, Northern Territory Police, Victoria Police, Australian Federal Police, we also have some returning Queensland Police members who we welcome back into our ranks.

“As a Service, we continue to look for people with diverse backgrounds and from walks of life that reflect the community we serve, and I am excited to see what these officers can bring to our organisation.”

The new Logan officers will join the Beenleigh Station, Jimboomba Station and Yarrabilba Station.

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