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How much does a NSW police constable earn?


How much does a NSW police constable earn?


Rank Probationary Constable Constable Level 2
Annual Salary $73,609.00 $76,388.00

Does a special constable get paid?

Special Constables are volunteers and are not paid for performing the role. However, specials are provided with uniforms free of charge and are entitled to be reimbursed for any reasonable expenses.

How much does a NSW detective earn?

NSW Police Jobs by Salary

Job Title Range Average
Detective Range:AU$74k – AU$111k (Estimated *) Average:AU$91,571
Intelligence Analyst Range:AU$70k – AU$124k (Estimated *) Average:AU$94,003
Police Detective Range:AU$75k – AU$153k (Estimated *) Average:AU$105,272
Prosecutor Range:AU$61k – AU$190k (Estimated *) Average:AU$95,921

What is a special constable NSW?

Special Constables are valued members of the NSW Police Force. Their role is to maintain safety and security of key NSW Police Force premises such as the NSW Police Headquarters, the Mounted Police and other important government buildings such as NSW Parliament House and the NSW Governors House in Sydney.

Do special constables get free travel?

Free travel is available on and off duty, and it is open to all Metropolitan Special Constables who perform at least 200 hours duty a year*. Your daily commute to and from your day job could become free.

What do special constables wear?

Uniform. Special constables generally wear identical uniforms to their regular colleagues.

Do special constables carry Tasers?

Tasers and firearms Special constables are currently deemed ineligible to be issued with CEDs (Tasers) or firearms.

How long are NSW police shifts?

12 hour
Most General Duties police work 12 hour shifts. As a Probationary Constable, you’ll be paid a competitive salary including shift penalties. Salary includes employer’s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.