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Koori Inclusion Plan reaffirms Dept of Justice commitment to the community

naidoc koori_inclusion_action_plan_launchThe Department of Justice has affirmed its commitment to develop stronger relationships with the Koori community through its Koori Inclusion Action Plan.

Department of Justice Secretary, Penny Armytage, launched the plan this week as part of NAIDOC Week celebrations together with Attorney-General Robert Clark.

The plan, called Mingu Gadhaba...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 13:50

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Thirteen Graduate and hope to make January 2013 intake

IPROWDA group of 13 Indigenous men and women have graduated from a special TAFE NSW program which aims to increase the number of Indigenous people in the NSW Police Force.

The IPROWD training program – Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery – is run at Sydney Institute's Eora College and designed to give Indigenous people the confidence, skills and knowledge to join the police. Graduates receive a Certificate...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 11:29

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