Goulburn Police Academy boss acknowledges recruitment challenges

Louise Thrower
By Louise Thrower
Updated June 2 2022 - 4:52am, first published June 1 2022 - 6:00am
'HERE TO STAY': Goulburn Police Academy principal, Chief Superintendent Toby Lindsay (centre) with students Grayson Thomas and Nadienne Roffey who will attest this month. Photo: Louise Thrower.

The boss of Goulburn's Police Academy has rejected suggestions that the institution had cancelled a class or that students did not receive sufficient financial support during their studies.

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Louise Thrower

Louise Thrower

Senior journalist

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