Three new probationary constables hailing from different parts of New South Wales have started their policing career in Inverell.
Already the officers have had plenty to see and learn whilst ensuring local residents and streets are safe and crime-free.
Probationary Constable Laura Harris started at the Inverell station in May, her former job was a dairy farmer at Gloucester.
The eager officer is looking forward to furthering her career and experiencing different roles within the NSW Police Force.
While, Probationary Constable Shane Ryan started in August.
His former job was a truck driver based at Cessnock.
"I'm looking forward to helping the community and playing rugby," the soon-to-be Highlanders recruit said.
Probationary Constable Brent Chaker also arrived at Inverell in August as a former brickies labourer in Penrith.
When asked what he was most looking forward to, the response was "facing new challenges in the job."
Chief Inspector Rowan O'Brien added, "he too will be playing rugby, he just doesn't know it yet."
The Inverell community welcomes these three new faces to town and wishes them all the best.