Police pay

Old May 4th 2014, 7:22 am
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Originally Posted by Saxon89
if you go country you can take home up to $4,000 a fortnight...
What is considered country. Are we talking 100's of miles from any major city or town?
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Old May 4th 2014, 9:31 am
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the money goes up per district and station within a district, the further north you go, the more you get paid

I live in a large town of approx 20,000 people, shops, beach, airport, everything you need and I will be grossing around 120,000 AUD with free rent, (6 years in the job)

I would be grossing around 80-85 in Perth
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Old Jul 6th 2014, 8:15 pm
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Originally Posted by Saxon89
the money goes up per district and station within a district, the further north you go, the more you get paid

I live in a large town of approx 20,000 people, shops, beach, airport, everything you need and I will be grossing around 120,000 AUD with free rent, (6 years in the job)

I would be grossing around 80-85 in Perth

Where are you stationed saxon89? Is there many cops at your station.
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Old Jul 7th 2014, 5:47 am
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South Hedland, Karratha and Broome are also the same, approx 60 staff, mostly frontline with supervisors, detectives, forensics etc
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Old Jul 7th 2014, 5:09 pm
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This is reply I recently received from Wapol (I missed the boat this year) - answers next to my questions:

"To Whom it May Concern,

I believe that I have narrowly missed the recent application window to WAPOL for UK officers. I assume that the advertised visit by WAPOL to London later this year is in relation to recent applications, as opposed to being a further opportunity to apply? Yes – this is for those that applied in the recent campaign.

My query is three-fold:

1/Can you give me an indication as to whether another recruitment process for UK officers is expected to take place in 2015? Nothing planned at this stage – best to keep an eye on the website.

2/I note the 10 year service cap on international applicants - would this apply if I were to obtain residency off my own back and apply locally in Australia? No if you have permanent residency you can apply at any time with any length of service – the maximum we recognise though is 9 years.

3/If I were to submit a successful application locally, having obtained residency; would my previous service (currently 8 years 7 months) be recognised in terms of pay and career progression? Yes – for example with 8 years 7 months you would commence training as a 5th year constable ($73,183) and graduate as a first class constable increment 1 (($79,144 – this is not inclusive of overtime or shift penalties – you could potentially earn an extra $6-10k on top of this)"


Hope this is of some use...
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