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Recognising our First Nations people

We provide ongoing support to Indigenous police officers and offer additional pathways for Aboriginal employment through our Cadet Program and Police Auxiliary Officer positions.

A Police Force that reflects the community

As an inclusive organisation we welcome and encourage the LGBTQIA+ community, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and people of varying genders, cultures and nationalities to apply.

The WA Police Force strive to build a safe and inclusive workplace, and support, recognise and celebrate a variety of Indigenous, Pride and cultural events across the force and within the community.

Women are an integral part of policing participating at all ranks from Constable to executive. We value individuals and encourage applicants of all genders to consider policing as a career.

We celebrate what makes you, you!

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Support

When you join our blue family, we are with you every step of the way. We understand the challenges of being in a new place or away from your mob.

We are committed to cultural safety and reconciliation journey for you and the Aboriginal communities you will engage with.

  • The Aboriginal Flag is flown at every police station and police building across WA.
  • We use the Yarning app to provide information and rights in many different Aboriginal languages.
  • Cultural Induction packages and cultural immersion training is included during academy training.
  • Cultural Awareness training is completed by all employees.
  • Our Aboriginal Affairs Division is on hand to provide guidance and support.
LGBTQIA+ communities

Our WA Police Pride is a dedicated network of LGBTQIA+ staff and allies who support LGBTQIA+ employees and all other employees collectively, providing a welcoming alliance and safe place to meet, connect and chat.