We hope to run a few of these a year and we also have plans to engage the business community too ...”
– SUPT JEFFEREY PHILIPPI Druitt commander Superintendent Jefferey Philippi deemed the first Youth CAPP a success.
“We are very pleased with how it went, obviously we hope to finetune it based on the feedback we get,” Supt Philippi said.
“We hope to run a few of these a year and we also have plans to engage the business community too.”
Rooty Hill’s St Agnes Catholic High School student Maxine Bucud, 15, said she was interested to learn more about police work.
“I am most looking forward to hearing more about domestic violence and forensics,” Maxine said.
Students from across the area went behind the scenes at Mt Druitt police station.
Chifley College students Fatuma Darlleh and Samantha Mvana with a radar.
Students check out the police vehicle at the station as part of the open day.
A number of students are breathtested to see what it’s like.