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Grafton police station opens stall for potential recruits

THE Northern NSW Police Recruitment Drive has arrived in the Clarence Valley, offering locals an opportunity to explore future career options with the NSW Police Force.

Between 10-11am today, Sergeant Darren Critchley and Senior Constable Nathan Inwood from the NSW Police Recruitment Branch will open a recruitment stall to the public at the Grafton Police Station.

Sgt Critchley said the recruitment drive, which began this week, had proved a popular success.

He added it was a great opportunity to speak with people in country areas and gauge their interest in joining the NSW Police.

"Today we will be handing out information booklets and answering any questions the public want to ask," he said.

"I've been in the force for 25 years. It is a very interesting job to have and there are lots of options to work in numerous areas, including water police, air wing or PCYC."

Sgt Critchley said to work in the force you needed to be confident and be a good communicator.

If you are interested head to the recruitment stall today.

Sgt Critchley also recommends the public visit police.nsw.gov.au.

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