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Police resources boosted in region | The Courier

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The police region is set to receive a number of new frontline and specialist police resources, which the force says will enhance community safety. The western region division three will receive eleven new police officers within the next 12 months – part of 396 newly trained police to be deployed across the state. The officers are already training at the Academy and will join stations from October. The division’s Superintendent, Frank Sells, said communities across the region could look forward to an increased police presence when these additional resources arrive in the region. “Six specialist resources will join the Ballarat Division, including four Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team detectives,…



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