In an Emergency; EMERGENCY Services Are Organisations Which Ensure Public Safety by Responding to Different Emergencies. Some Deal with Specific Types of Emergencies While Others Deal with Disasters or Problems as Part of Their Responsibilities. Many of These Services Also Engage in Community Awareness and Prevention Programs to Help the Public Avoid, Detect, and Report Emergencies Effectively

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In an Emergency; EMERGENCY Services Are Organisations Which Ensure Public Safety by Responding to Different Emergencies. Some Deal with Specific Types of Emergencies While Others Deal with Disasters or Problems as Part of Their Responsibilities. Many of These Services Also Engage in Community Awareness and Prevention Programs to Help the Public Avoid, Detect, and Report Emergencies Effectively


FLASHING FACTS

Most police cars in Australia are predominantly white, with a blue and white checkered strip.

A total of 6528 staff work in the Australian Federal Police.

Each service of the Australian Defence Force maintains its own independent police force made up of military personnel.

The Water Police investigates marine related crime, vessel crashes and provides support in boating operations, diving operations and search and rescue.

Another agency is the Australian Crime Commission (ACC).

The law enforcers

IN AUSTRALIA there are two main levels of law enforcement: state and federal.

Each state as well as the Northern Territory maintains its own police force, responsible for upholding general law and order, community safety and protection.

Police officers enforce the criminal law of their respective state/territory by enforcing road and traffic rules, investigating crime, preventing crime, dealing with missing persons reports, providing assistance in personal emergencies and coordinating and managing emergency incidents. They may also perform a variety of additional duties in the service of the nation.

Federal law enforcement is carried out by the Australian Federal Police (AFP), the Australian Border Force and the Australian Defence Force's military police. …

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