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February

Police Liaison Officer

QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT - South West Rocks, NSW

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

You will assist in developing trust and understanding between members of the Queensland Police Service and local communities, by liaising with local (Indigenous) communities and people from other diverse backgrounds.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

This position involves driving of police vehicles. The occupant of this position is required to hold a Queensland “C” class driver's licence, or have the ability to acquire a driver's licence.

To perform this position effectively you must agree to wear the Police Liaison Officer Uniform appropriately and work to a set roster.

The position may involve weekend work and shift work to attend local festivals, and forums and to meet the policing needs of the local area. Shift penalties and overtime may apply.

The interview process may involve a written exercise.

Successful applicants will be required to successfully complete the first available Police Liaison Officer Initial Employment Training program. This training program is run at the Queensland Police Service Academy, Oxley. Meals, accommodation and travel will be paid for by the Service, but participants must be available to leave their local area for 2 weeks to complete the training.

Applications will remain current for 12 months.

YOUR KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

Will include:
- Assist Police Officers to communicate effectively with members of the local community by providing advice on local (Indigenous) customs and protocols.
- Conduct patrols with other Police Liaison Officers or Police Officers to identify crime and disorder issues and provide advice on how to prevent and intervene in them.
- Communicate sensitively with members of the public to prevent offensive behaviour, violence, unrest and potential crime.
- Assist Police Officers and community members to be aware of the need to balance cultural, policing and community needs.
- Maintain contact with community leaders by participating in meetings, forums or festivals, and ensure the input of community concerns in crime issues.
- Assist community members to access policing services and provide advice or referral to other community services where necessary.

Applications to remain current for 12 months.

South West Rocks, NSW

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work




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