The South Coast Police District will have some new faces among its ranks and will soon welcome three new police officers in the Narooma sector.
A Police spokesperson said two new officers would be stationed at Narooma over the coming month, including a senior constable from October 14 and an additional sergeant in the near future.
A third officer is due to commence in Bermagui on November 11.
Chief Inspector Peter Volf, from Bega, said he was pleased to have extra staff on deck following a reengineering process within the NSW Police Force, which began with the amalgamation of the Shoalhaven and Far South Coast Local Area Commands in January this year.
“Our focus is to provide more frontline police for our local communities,” Chief Inspector Volf said.
“These new officers will significantly boost our current staff levels and allow greater coverage for the sectors.”