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Justice entry program



The Justice entry program is a traineeship program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples offered by the Queensland Police Service (QPS). The traineeships are part of the Service's commitment to equal opportunity and diversity in employment, and provide the education qualifications for entry into the QPS as a police recruit, including a First Aid Certificate. Trainees who successfully undertake this program will also be eligible to receive an Australian National Training Authority endorsed qualification.

The traineeship is a six month, full-time course held at the QPS academies in Brisbane and Townsville. During the traineeship, trainees will receive an allowance equal to that of a police recruit.

Abstract adapted from Queensland Police Service


Rita Mills
Indigenous Career and Development Coordinator
Ph: (07) 3364 3099

Sergeant Helen Cogan
Ph: (07) 3246 8405

Queensland Police Recruiting
GPO Box 1440
Brisbane Qld 4001
Ph: (07) 3364 8000


Last updated: 19 September 2013
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