Top cop welcomes new talent

Written By miftah nugraha on Senin, 29 Juli 2013 | 19.55

Tasmania Police Commissioner Darren Hine says the 25 recruits now in training were chosen from a field of more than 900 hopefuls.

AN OLYMPIC cycling gold medallist is among Tasmania Police's latest intake of recruits.

The recruit course – the first since 2011 – is being inducted today at the Rokeby Academy.

The nine women and 16 men, aged between 19 and 51, will be put to the test over the next 28 weeks in subjects including conflict resolution, road policing, investigations and operational skills.

The rookie officers are due to graduate in February 2014, with another recruit course scheduled to start in October.

Police Commissioner Darren Hine said the 25 recruits were chosen from a field of more than 900 applicants.

"Our newest recruits come from a broad range of backgrounds and occupations and bring with them many unique life skills and experiences which will stand them in good stead for their new careers as police officers and serving the Tasmanian community," he said in a statement.

Among them is a former motivational speaker, as well as a statistician, a nurse and an Olympic cycling gold medallist.

Read more in tomorrow's Mercury

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