That could be me: A career in policing

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Meet Senior Constable Jaye Lilley and her partner Police Dog Turbo. Together they are a crime-busting duo who keep drugs off the streets. Police News, Drugs, Crime, Career, Meet, Animals, Animales, Carrera, Animaux

A drug dog handler: that could be me - Queensland Police News

During the inaugural Women’s Week celebrations, we’ll be sharing the stories of 10 of our successful female officers to inspire women to think ‘that could

Senior Constable Rozy Henriksen, as one of the first of QPS’ female motorcycle traffic cops, loves the freedom of the job, riding her motorcycle each day, making a difference to road safety.

A mum and a police officer: that could be me - Queensland Police News

During the inaugural Women’s Week celebrations, we’ll be sharing the stories of 10 of our successful female officers to inspire women to think ‘that could

Senior Constable Rozy Henriksen, as one of the first of QPS’ female motorcycle traffic cops, loves the freedom of the job, riding her motorcycle each day, making a difference to road safety.

A traffic motorcycle cop: that could be me - Queensland Police News

During the inaugural Women’s Week celebrations, we’ll be sharing the stories of 10 of our successful female officers to inspire women to think ‘that could

An Assistant Commissioner: that could be me - Queensland Police News

An Assistant Commissioner: that could be me - Queensland Police News

During the inaugural Women’s Week celebrations, we’ll be sharing the stories of 10 of our successful female officers to inspire women to think ‘that could

Meet Detective Senior Constable Hayley Self from Bundaberg. A mum, she is extremely passionate about her role in protecting children and solving offences committed upon the most vulnerable in our society.

A child protection investigator: that could be me - Queensland Police News

During the inaugural Women’s Week celebrations, we’ll be sharing the stories of 10 of our successful female officers to inspire women to think ‘that could

Senior Constable Mandy Watene was listening to Beyoncé’s ‘Crazy in Love’ when she got the call to say she was accepted into the QPS. Now nearly 12 years later, as a forensic scientist, she is passionate about using science to solve crime.

A forensic scientist: that could be me - Queensland Police News

During the inaugural Women’s Week celebrations, we’ll be sharing the stories of 10 of our successful female officers to inspire women to think ‘that could

A Stock Squad detective: that could be me - Queensland Police News

A Stock Squad detective: that could be me - Queensland Police News

During the inaugural Women’s Week celebrations, we’ll be sharing the stories of 10 of our successful female officers to inspire women to think ‘that could

A helping hand for domestic violence victims: that could be me - Queensland Police News

A helping hand for domestic violence victims: that could be me - Queensland Police News

During the inaugural Women’s Week celebrations, we’ll be sharing the stories of 10 of our successful female officers to inspire women to think ‘that could

Meet Senior Sergeant Anna Dwyer, a Senior Integrity Officer in the Ethical Standards Command. She’s worked all over Queensland in many different aspects

A decision maker: that could be me - Queensland Police News

Meet Senior Sergeant Anna Dwyer, a Senior Integrity Officer in the Ethical Standards Command. She’s worked all over Queensland in many different aspects

Meet Senior Constable Christine Beattie who is the sole Officer in Charge of an outback policing division that is square kilometres large. Police News, Division, Career, Meet, Board, Carrera

An officer in charge: that could be me - Queensland Police News

Meet Senior Constable Christine Beattie who is the sole Officer in Charge of an outback policing division that is 22,181.5 square kilometres large. I’m