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Canberra Good Neighbour (Newspaper) - September 1, 1965, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Migrant policemen. Police forces throughout Australia providing a worthwhile career for Giundi of new settlers. In every state migrants can be found earn out the duties associated with the Laws of adopted land. In almost All passing out parades which of the five to six months training there i least two or three migrants. Fellow policemen born in Australia Quick to Praise the newcomers. They have brought new ideas and All Fine men to work with one Australia police officer said. Migrants have also helped boost the numer strength of All police forces throughout Austn Many Are from Europe As Well As Britain usually they have a detailed knowledge o least one other language. This is put to Good in answering questions from new settlers familiar with the English language and interpreting in the courts. All states have minimum height require a for recruits although it does vary from state state. Many of the new settlers when asked Whytha joined the police Force said they Felt it waa Way of giving Community service to the land their adoption. Details of the requirements needed to join various state police forces can be obtained fit any police station in your area. Above senior Constable Eileen Rainford of he Victoria women police was a member of the Liverpool City police before coming to Victoria 13 years ago. Below senior Constable Peter Wilson left from Birmingham and first Constable Charles stamp from Liverpool examine a piece of australians. The Armour used by the Bushranger Ned Kelly in his final stand. Below Constable William Lonie who is with the South australian police Force at it. Gambier is following in the footsteps of his father who was in the metropolitan police in London. Above it is not All work for recruits in Traini idly game of billiards Between lectures provides a Welcome break at the victorian training depot Iff Constable John Young was a policeman in Essex before migrating to South Australia. Pictured Alryc Are Constable and mrs. Young and their children Gillian Mark Sharon and David. I Eft an Lister Man directs motorists at one of Melbourne s busiest intersections. He is Constable Ted Farrell formerly of the Royal Lister constabulary he has been n Australia less than a year. Above Drill instructor first Constable p h c n u from Portsmouth was in the Royal Navy before coming to Australia seven cars ago. Constable John Van Zalken from Rotterdam is a Coroner s orderly in Melbourne. He and is family Are All living in Melbourne. He has been in the police Force a year. Right sergeant Norman Orford of Adelaide studied italian to help him in his work with the italian Community in Adelaide. Formerly from Middlesex England he is shown with his pet Shrike a Bird which is also the Emblem of the South australian police Force

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