Like all other states in Australia, municipalities and counties in New South Wales have very limited law enforcement functions. The police perform the primary law enforcement function in all regions of the state. E-mail from Central Local Court prosecutors email@example.com telephone 9611 9355/96119350Fax 9611 9356 New South Wales Police has two uniforms for general police officers, one operational (field clothing) and one ceremonial uniform (uniform). The members were among the first Australian police officers to be sent to Cyprus in May 1964 as the first UN police contingent. The United Nations Civilian Police (now known as UNPOL or United Nations Police) was created with a three-month mandate to end hostilities between the Greek and Turkish communities and promote peace on the island. The operation is still ongoing. New South Wales Police officers are also allowed to wear mass attire with a masonry kit for black tie or formal dinners/dances. The dark navy pants and the measuring jacket with cuffs, shoulder pads (with rows) and cobalt blue lapels clearly identify them as members of the police. This page contains information on court proceedings involving the New South Wales Police. By 1872, there were seventy police stations throughout the colony in sub-districts with a total of 803 policemen. In June 1915, the first female police officers were appointed.  In 1961, the year before the centennial of the police, the number of police officers increased to 5717, which increased to a total strength of 15,354 in November 2008.  The Academy is located in the Memorial & Honour Precincts and has a number of memorials dedicated to the proud traditions of the New South Wales Police, namely the Walls of Remembrance in College Chapel (representing those who died in service on the north side and those who served in war and peacekeeping operations on the south side); the rose garden and the eternal flame; NSW Police Force Horse & Dog Memorial; and the March of Heroes (with 15 banners of bravery, including the George Cross, the Cross of Valour, the Star of Courage and the George Police Medal Recipient).
In 1979, Neville Wran`s government in New South Wales called on Justice Edwin Lusher, a Justice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, to head a commission of inquiry into police administration.   Each police officer receives a metal identification mark with a warrant card. Behind the police badge, a member has a coloured plastic carrier card that identifies the rank of a member in the force, namely: In peacekeeping operations, officers are seconded to the Australian Federal Police and take an oath or confirm AFP. You will then be appointed to the rank of Senior Sergeant, Station Sergeant, Superintendent or Commanding Officer. After their service, UN peacekeepers receive the United Nations Medal for Special Mission. In addition, under Australia`s system of honours and awards, police officers serving in peacekeeping organizations receive the Overseas Police Service Medal with the appropriate clasp for the prescribed area of service. In 2008, two awards of this medal were awarded to members for operations in Cyprus and East Timor. Senior Sergeants are usually in the „regions“ as Regional Training Coordinators, Regional Traffic Coordinators, Regional Operations Coordinators or in legal services, professional standards, protocols, educational services and perform middle management tasks. The state`s 432 police stations are organized into six regions, which are further divided into Police Area Commands (PAC, consisting of metropolitan areas) and Police Districts (, consisting of rural areas). Each region contains 7-12 PAC/PNR listed by name and CAD prefix/vehicle ID. After much debate, the New South Wales Parliament passed the Police Service (Volunteer Police) Amendment Act, 1992, which sought to test voluntary service within the police force on the model of the United Kingdom`s special police. The trial failed and ended with the automatic repeal of the law in 1994. The successor to this program was VIP (Volunteers in Policing), which limits volunteer participation in non-essential administrative and community tasks without granting law enforcement or other powers.  New South Wales police have been implicated in many notable events in the state`s history, including APEC Australia in 2007, the Thredbo landslide in 1997, the Waterfall train disaster, the Grafton bus crash, the murder of Anita Cobby in 1989, the Newcastle earthquake in 1989, the Sydney Hilton bombing, the arrest of serial killer Ivan Milat in Sydney Hilton, the Redfern riots in 2004, the Macquarie Fields riots in 2005 and the Cronulla riots in 2005. They were responsible for the security of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and World Youth Day in 2008. The primary task of the police is to protect life and property and to detect and prevent crime. Fairfield District Attorney Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 9728 8484Fax 9728 8461 New South Wales Police have issued TASER Electronic Control Units (ECDs), which are typically carried by an officer in each first response vehicle. The TASER is also issued to certain special forces (e.g., Public Order and Riot Squad, Tactical Operations Unit, and State Protection Support Units). Each Taser X26P handed over to the police includes a built-in camera to record all operations of the device, as well as any additional video, when the security of the device is disabled.   The handle used by the police may result in no video footage being available; However, audio recordings are always „loud and clear“.
For safety reasons, this is because the grip is the same as the one used to hold the Glock pistol.  Parramatta Children`s Court Prosecutors Email email@example.comPhone 8688 1607/8688 1603Fax 02 8688 1660Notes Phone & Fax Used only by police prosecutors for weekend bail court Campbelltown Prosecutors E-Mailfirstname.lastname@example.org Phone 4620 1145Fax TBA Blacktown Prosecutors Email email@example.com Phone 9671 9178 / 9671 9164Fax 9672 9022NotesFor Quaker Hill PAC Email Questions firstname.lastname@example.org Of the ten Australian peacekeepers who died during peacekeeping missions, two were members of the New South Wales Police while serving with the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus. Sergeant Ian Ward and Inspector Patrick Hackett died in separate incidents at FNFCYP. A total of 124 soldiers and police lost their lives while serving with the United Nations in Cyprus.  Mt Druitt ProsecutorsEmail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone 9675 0798 / 9675 0790Fax 029675 0791 After the 1824 conflict with the Wiradjuri over Bathurst and Mudgee, British authorities recognized the need for a mounted force to maintain control of the border areas. As a result, the New South Wales Mounted Police was formed the following year. Until 1850, this force functioned de facto as a cavalry unit, the soldiers being soldiers requisitioned by the British army. Their main task during this period was to subdue the resistant groups of Aborigines and capture the bushrangers.  From 1850, the Mounted Police assumed a more civilian role. In 2009, it had 34 horses and was considered the oldest mounted police unit in the world.  Another specialized group formed during this period was the Water Police (founded in 1832).  Representation of lawyers working for persons who have received notice of attendance in court must be directed to the commander of the appropriate police zone command, police district or department responsible for the informant.