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I do not believe we need the word 'service' in the name of the police force. The Border Police was funded by a levy placed on the squatters who had brought livestock into the areas beyond the borders of settlement. After a failed attempt made by Act No. By this stage, the NSW government could not afford the cost of maintaining the Mounted Police along the expanding frontiers of the colony. Wide-ranging reforms occurred as a result of the recommendations of the Royal Commission, including the establishment of a permanent Police Integrity Commission. NSW police officers have been involved in many notable events in the state's history, including APEC Australia , the Thredbo landslide , Waterfall train disaster , Grafton bus crash , Newcastle earthquake , Sydney Hilton bombing , the arrest of serial killer Ivan Milat , the Redfern riots , the Macquarie Fields riots and the Cronulla riots. The warrants authorised a large number of people, mostly police officers, to have their private conversations 'bugged'. As the colony expanded, a more sophisticated form of crime management was called for; this involved unifying all the police units into a single cohesive police force with the centralisation of authority. An inspector oversees sergeants and teams of constables and traditionally performs more administrative work, coordination of policing operations or specialist work.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} To be eligible for LSC an officer must have a minimum of 7 years service, be of the rank of senior constable and undergo a number of tests and selection processes in competition with other applicants. The rank of probationary constable is held for the first twelve months of service. In , it had 34 horses and was claimed to be the oldest mounted police unit in the world. The trial was not successful and lapsed with the automatic repeal of the Act in The successor to this scheme was the Volunteers in Policing VIP program which restricts volunteer participation to non-core administration and community tasks, without enforcement duties or other powers being granted. Under the Police Regulation Act, , the organisation of the NSW Police Force was formally established in with the unification of all existing independent police units in the state. After much debate, the NSW Parliament passed the Police Service Volunteer Police Amendment Act, , which sought to trial voluntary service within the police force, along the lines of the United Kingdom's special constabularies. The Police Regulation Amendment Act, passed in , changed the official title to commissioner of police, with its role clearly defined. In a number of unarmed police were seriously injured while attempting to arrest a group of offenders as they attempted to break open a safe in the Union Steamship Company Office in Bridge Street, Sydney. Promotion to the rank of sergeant and beyond is achieved by way of a "merit-based" promotion system, whereby officers undertake a series of "pre-qualification assessments" and are placed on a ranked list before gaining promotion. Day later investigated a string of murders involving a hawker , Tommy Moore, by tracing his activities to South Australia, solving one of Australia's earliest serial-killer cases. Previously only police in rural districts had been permitted to carry firearms. A sergeant normally supervises a team of constables during a shift. Following 12 months of satisfactory service and on completion of the associate degree of policing practice via distance education, the probationary constable is confirmed to the rank of constable. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}It is a servant of the Crown, independent of Government, although a minister of the Crown has administration. Constable Ernest Charles Day later the Inspector General of Police showed courage under fire when he shot and captured bushranger Hobson, who was later hanged. The Police Force was consequently renamed to the "New South Wales Police Service", which reflected "community-based policing at the time" of the Greiner government [25] and the public's responsibility in crime control, aided by the police. By , there were seventy police stations throughout the colony in sub-districts, with a total of police officers. Its coat of arms features the state badge, a soaring Australian wedge-tailed eagle carrying a scroll with the word Nemesis , a wreath and the St Edwards Crown, the crown of the Queen as the NSW head of state. Sergeants and incremental sergeants are referred to as "sergeant"; senior sergeants are referred to as "senior sergeant". The incident received wide publicity and was known as "Bridge Street Affray". This means that the highest-ranked member on the promotions list will be considered first for the rank and position concerned. This force consisted of Aboriginal troopers under the command of British officers. Task Force Gain was created in October in response to serious crimes committed by people of Middle Eastern background. The 34 horses used today are bay geldings with the exception of two mares , Promotion beyond senior constable is highly competitive. The attack appears to have similar motives to the Endeavour Hills stabbings. Up until , this force operated as de facto cavalry unit as the troopers were soldiers requisitioned from the British Army. Constable Walker was one of the earliest Australian-born mounted troopers to gain fame. Peter James Ryan was recruited from the UK. In order to protect the infant town against thieves and petty criminals after dark, Governor Arthur Phillip authorised the formation of a nightwatch in August , consisting of eight of the best-behaved convicts. In , Strike Force Emblems was established in response to allegations that warrants were improperly obtained during Operation Mascot, an investigation into police corruption in the late s. The following ranks are listed lowest to highest from left as set out in [43]. The convicts assigned were mostly soldiers who had run afoul of the law. The authority and responsibility of the entire police force was given to the inspector general of police. Their main task in this period was to subjugate resisting groups of Aboriginals and capture bushrangers. With the end of convict transportation approaching, the Border Police was dissolved and replaced with another low-cost frontier force called the Native Police. Then Police Commissioner Tony Lauer resigned as the level of corruption within the service became clear, and his own position became untenable. All grades of constable perform the same basic range of duties, with the rank only reflecting experience. After the conflict in with the Wiradjuri people around Bathurst and Mudgee , British authorities recognised the need for a mounted force to maintain control in frontier areas. The position of deputy commissioner was also created. As of 30 June , the police force consists of some 16, officers. The terms of reference were to look into systemic and entrenched corruption within the New South Wales Police ; towards the end of the Royal Commission it also investigated alleged paedophile activities within the police service. A detective sergeant is normally in charge of a team in a specific part of either a local area command detectives office or a specialist squad in the State Crime Command. Exploiting intertribal hostility, the duty of this force was mostly to crush any Aboriginal resistance to the spread of British settlement. The police commissioner , Tony Lauer , resigned as the level of corruption in the service became clear and his own position untenable. A new promotion list for each rank or grade is prepared each year, and an applicant who does not accept promotion can remain on a list only for three years before having to requalify for the list. In addition to controlling the Aboriginal and bushranger threats, the Border Police were also tasked with resolving land disputes with the squatters. Constable Byrne almost single-handedly fought off the Ben Hall gang when they attacked a gold escort at Major's Creek on 13 March Constable O'Grady was taken ill with cholera when, on 9 April , he left his sick-bed to confront the Clarke gang, who were renowned as being the "bloodiest bushrangers" of the colony of NSW and of Australia. The s were a turbulent period in NSW Police history. In June , the first female police officers were appointed. Officers who qualify for a promotion list are given an eligibility mark and are ranked according to order of merit from the highest mark to the lowest. A new frontier police consisting of mounted convict troopers, called the Border Police , was therefore established. After the formation of the New South Wales Police Force in , most crimes were conducted by bushrangers , particularly during the Victorian gold rush years. Scipione extended his term as Commissioner at the request of Premier Mike Baird , and was expected to remain until July He was expected to retire on 2 April The police maintain local police stations, which are coordinated by their respective local area commands. Commissioned officers may be acknowledged by the rank they hold or more commonly as "sir", "ma'am" or "boss" "boss" is usually used as a term of endearment for officers that are respected by the subordinate rank. Senior sergeants are generally attached to "regions" as region training coordinators, region traffic coordinators, region operations coordinator positions or in legal services, professional standards, protocol, education services and perform middle-management duties. Senior constables of all grades are referred to as either "senior constable" or "senior". On promotion to sergeant and senior sergeant, members are issued a warrant of appointment under the commissioner's hand and seal. Parliament subsequently passed legislation authorising the arming of all members of the NSW Police Force and all Police have carried firearms ever since. The Royal Commission uncovered hundreds of instances of bribery, money laundering, drug trafficking, and falsifying of evidence by police. Members seeking placement on a promotion list must have spent the requisite time at the rank below, which is at least two years, and must have successfully completed the relevant pre-qualifying assessment examinations, an applicant evaluation and must meet the eligibility program. The Royal Commission uncovered hundreds of instances of corruption including: bribery, money laundering, drug trafficking, and falsifying of evidence by police. Leading Senior Constable is a rank that primarily sees an officer in a training role and belongs to a specific unit or duty type of which there is a limited number with progression to such being competitive and non-transferable. Of particular note was the detective division of the Kings Cross patrol, of which almost all the senior ranks, including the chief detective, were involved in serious and organised corrupt activities, including taking regular bribes from major drug traffickers. Founded in September by state governor Thomas Brisbane , the mounted police were recruited from a British military regiment stationed in NSW at the time, to protect travellers, suppress convict escapees and fight Indigenous Australians. Further policing duties performed are traffic control, intelligence analysis and anti-terrorism investigation. The police perform the primary law enforcement role in all areas of the state. Duties include traffic and crowd management, patrols, and ceremonial protocol duties. For more than a century they were a key part of policing, since horses were the main form of transport. Within the force, probationary constables are often referred to as "probies". On completing at least three years as a sergeant but usually more , and the relevant pre-qualification assessments, an officer may be elevated to the rank of "inspector" and issued a certificate of commission under the commissioner's hand and seal. Nearly a decade later in October , the New South Wales Government announced that the Ombudsman would investigate allegations concerning the conduct of officers in the NSW Police Force, the Crime Commission and the Police Integrity Commission in relation to the matters investigated in Strike Force Emblems which occurred between and The final hearings were not completed until 31 March NSW Police commissioner Andrew Scipione said "We believe that his actions were politically motivated and therefore linked to terrorism". The s were a turbulent period in NSW police history. If an LSC transfers from a unit or duty type such as from highway patrol to general duties or vice versa they revert to their original senior constable rank. Peter James Ryan was recruited from the United Kingdom. Incremental senior constable is obtained after ten years of service. The royal commissioner was Justice James Roland Wood. I do not accept the argument that we need the word 'service' in a community-based policing approach. The first inspector general of police, John McLerie , was appointed to assume overall authority and responsibility. Promotion to the rank of senior constable can be obtained after five years service and requires the officer to pass an examination which can cover a broad area of policing knowledge. Like all other states of Australia, municipalities and shires in NSW have only very limited law enforcement responsibilities. From , the responsibility of the Native Police passed from the NSW government to the newly formed Queensland government. Police units were under the rule of the district magistrates. The overall mission of the police is to protect life and property and to detect and prevent crime.