Safer Queensland Community Grants are now open

SAFER QUEENSLAND COMMUNITY GRANTS ARE NOW OPEN!

Since 2011, Suncorp and the Queensland Police Service have been making it easy for people like you to help make local communities safer. This year we have $250,000 in little grants that could make a big difference in your community.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE ON 31 AUGUST, 2016. http://www.suncorpsaferroads.com/community-grants/

Check out some of our past recipients for examples of the positive impact a Safer Queensland Community Grant has had in communities across Queensland.

Xmas message from Rockhampton Police

Rockhampton police would like to take this opportunity to wish all members of the public a merry Christmas and a happy and safe New Year.

We would like to remind you of our ‘Mypolice’ blog is available via the following hyperlink:

http://mypolice.qld.gov.au/rockhampton/

We like thank all for your conscientious approach to crime prevention.

POLICE RECRUITING SEMINAR – Indigenous Career Pathways


Queensland Police Recruiting � Indigenous Project Team will be visiting Mount Isa between Thursday 31st May & Friday 1st June 2012 to conduct a number of Police Recruiting Seminars specifically focusing on attracting Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander�s into a career pathway leading to full time employment within the Queensland Police Service QPS).

QPS INDIGENOUS CAREERS PATHWAYS

The Queensland Police Service (QPS) offers traineeships in the Justice Entry Program (JEP) for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. These traineeships are part of the Service�s commitment to equal opportunity and diversity in employment, and provide the education qualifications (including an Apply First Aid certificate) for entry into the QPS as a police recruit. Trainees who successfully complete this program are eligible to receive the nationally recognised qualification Certificate IV in Justice (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander).

Police recruiting are currently in the process of developing a new Indigenous Cadet Program (ICP) aimed at attracting post high school graduates (between the ages of 18-20 years) who aspire to becoming either a police officer or alternatively a civilianised employee with an attainment of a Coxswain Certification, working on Water Police Vessels around respective regions in Queensland. The ICP will provide an entry pathway into the JEP or alternatively police recruit training.

The next JEP Intake will commence in early July 2012, with the Recruiting – Indigenous Project Team committed to recruit as many aspiring and successful Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander as course participants.

The ICP is expected to roll out with its first intake before the end of 2012.

DATE: Thursday 31st May 2012
VENUE: Red Earth Hotel (Conference Room), Mt Isa
TIME: 6pm-8pm

Please feel free to forward this message to all your indigenous networks and contacts or regional coordinators in and around the Mt Isa Region to inform them on the Information/Recruiting Seminar on Indigenous Career Pathways into the Queensland Police Service.

Any questions please don�t hesitate in contacting either myself or Recruiting Officer Shane Eggmolesse ( Eggmolesse.ShaneM@police.qld.gov.au ) in the Indigenous Project Team at Police Recruiting on the below contact.

Richard Monaei
Acting Sergeant
Senior Recruiting Officer,
Indigenous Projects –
Queensland Police Recruiting
Ph: (07) 3364 8000 Fax: (07) 3364 4414
Ground Floor, Tourism House
30 Makerston St, Brisbane. Q 4001
GPO Box 144 Brisbane. Q 4001

Qld Police Service Justice Entry Program – Cert IV Justice (Aboriginal & Torres Stait Islander)

The Queensland Police Service has been successfully running the Justice Entry Program which is a Certificate IV in Justice (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) for over 9 years. This is a paid traineeship at the Queensland Police Service academy at Oxley, Brisbane. We will be commencing a new intake on 5 March 2012 and are looking for suitable applicants. If you could forward this information throughout the Community we will have a greater opportunity of offering people this great opportunity.

I am happy for anyone to contact me regarding the program and information is readily available at http://www.policerecruit.qld.gov.au/alternativeEntry/jep/

Helen Cogan | Acting Senior Sergeant 8577 |
Justice Entry Program & PROVE Program |
Queensland Police Service Academy |
Oxley 4075| PO Box 1110 | Archerfield Qld 4108
P: (07) 32468405 | F: (07) 32468366
E: cogan.helene@police..qld.gov.au