The winner of the individual award category was Brevet Sergeant Jesse Bill from Warmun Multi-Functional Police Facility. The award recognises his exemplary service and dedication in enhancing rapport between police and the local community.
The winner of the team award category was Northampton Police Station, Mid West-Gascoyne District. The officers in this team have been recognised for their ability to cohesively work together and keep residents safe in challenging circumstances. Tropical Cyclone Seroja was category three when it crossed the coast, into an area unprepared for cyclonic winds. Without hesitation, officers established a command post at the Northampton Police Station and ensured the community understood the threat. Together they built a culture of support, safety and security during a time of disaster.
Finalists in the individual category are (in alphabetical order):
• Sergeant Andy GALBRAITH – Merredin Police Station, Wheatbelt District
• Senior Constable Nathan SMITH – Broome Police Station (now at Busselton Police Station), Kimberley District
Get to know our individual category winner and finalists:
Finalists in the team category are (in alphabetical order):
• Child Abuse Squad - Armadale MIST – Sex Crime Division, State Crime
• Fitzroy Crossing Police Station – Kimberley District
Get to know our team category winner and finalists:
Who judges the awards?
The judging panel included representatives from our sponsors, Nine Perth, Crown Perth, P&N Bank, 6PR, WA Today and senior police, who validated the claims and provided advice to the panel on the officers’ suitability for the awards.
The WA Police Force thanks this year’s sponsors: Nine Perth, 6PR, WA Today, P&N Bank, and Optus Stadium.