Camden Police have agreed to end industrial action after 10 new officers were promised for the region

Daniel Zautsen
Camden Police have ended their ongoing industrial action after the police union reached an agreement to add 10 new officers to Camden Local Area Command (LAC).
The Camden Branch of the Police Association of NSW (PANSW) voted at a meeting this afternoon to accept an offer of 10 new frontline police officers from the NSW Police Force.
PANSW president Scott Weber said the new police will help fill first response positions.
“Camden LAC has an average response time per job of in excess of 15 minutes. The (south west metropolitan) region average is approximately 9 minutes per job,” he said.
“Local police care deeply about the Wollondilly and Camden communities and many live and work in this area.

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