New recruits for the Hume Police District

June 27, 2024 8:15 am in by

The Hume Police District has welcomed 2 new probationary constables who were apart of the 169 officers sworn in last Friday, 21 June 2024 out of Class 362.

Probationary Constables Daniel Hulm and Hayden Frank, were part of the first to attest having been fully paid to study as part of their training, will both be starting at the Southern Highlands Police Station.

Constable Daniel HULM, aged 23, grew up in the Australian Capital Territory and worked in retail while Constable Hayden FRANK, aged 21, is a Southern Highlands Local and worked as a qualified electrician, prior to joining the NSW Police Force.

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Both officers were delighted to be posted to the Southern Highlands Police Station and are keen to serve the local community.

Southern Highlands Police also welcomed Superintendent Linda Bradbury on her first day of duty as the Commander of The Hume Police District.

Superintendent Bradbury joined the NSW Police Force in 1998 and was the Commander of Education and Operational Skills for the last 5 years, which included oversight of the Student Management Unit and First Nation’s Liaison for our new recruits in Goulburn.

Superintendent Bradbury welcomed the new recruits on their first day of operational policing at The Hume PD and congratulated the new probationary constables.