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First female police commissioner in NSW appointed

Karen Webb will be the new one NSW This was announced by Police Commissioner, Prime Minister Dominic Perrottet.

She will be the state’s first woman to take on the role and will replace outgoing Commissioner Mick Fuller.

Ms Webb has more than 34 years of community service as a member of the NSW Police Force.

NSW Police Commissioner Elected Karen Webb during the announcement of her position in the NSW Parliament House.  Sydney, NSW.  November 24, 2021. Photo: Kate Geraghty
Karen Webb becomes NSW’s first female police commissioner. (The Sydney Morning Herald)

“Karen has served our state every 30 years and has kept communities safe across NSW with absolute distinction,” Mr Perrottet said today.

Ms Webb served for four years as Assistant Commissioner for Police Transport and Public Safety Command and most recently as Deputy Commissioner for Corporate Services.

Sir. Perrottet said her service, especially during the pandemic and forest fires, should be commended.

“The entire senior team in the police force has played a very important role in keeping our communities safe, in ensuring social cohesion … but also during the bushfires, the devastating bushfires and the role she has played in that time,” he added. . .

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet (center) with NSW Police and Emergency Services David Elliott (left) and NSW Police Commissioner Elect Karen Webb (right) during the announcement of his position in NSW Parliament House.  Sydney, NSW.  November 24, 2021. Photo: Kate Geraghty
The premiere said Mrs Webb’s service during the Black Summer bush fires should be commended. (The Sydney Morning Herald)

Police Secretary David Elliott congratulated Mrs Webb on her appointment.

“Deputy Commissioner Webb will build on the successes of the last decade and bring continued unity and a new perspective to the oldest and largest force in the nation,” Mr Elliott said.

Ms Webb said it was a “great honor and a privilege” to be elected as the new Police Commissioner.

She thanked Mr Fuller for his “management and leadership” of the police along with the foundation he laid, but she said it was time for a new leader.

“It’s now time for a new leader and a new direction,” she said.

Karen Webb will be the new police commissioner in NSW, Prime Minister Dominic Perrottet has announced.
Ms Webb said it was time for a new leader of the NSW police force. (9 news)

The incoming commissioner said she will focus on reintegrating into society.

Mrs Webb also swore that after the pandemic, the police would return to a more “traditional role”.

“We will focus on victims of crime – victims of child abuse, victims of abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence,” she said.

She also said that there will be a “zero tolerance” approach under her leadership and that the police will be tough on criminals.

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said police were handing out more than 800 COVID-related offenses over the past 24 hours.
Mick Fuller praised the appointment of Mrs Webb as the new Commissioner of Police. (Getty)

The Prime Minister and the Minister of Police both paid tribute to the outgoing Commissioner Fuller.

“In his time as our Commissioner, Mick Fuller has faced the challenges of unprecedented natural disasters, a continuing high level of threat from terrorist organizations, an experiential growth in cybercrime and a once-a-century pandemic,” Perrottet said.

“I know I am speaking on behalf of the community and acknowledge a grateful debt to Commissioner Fuller and his family for the exemplary service he has rendered to our state,” Mr Elliott said.

Sir. Fuller said in a statement that he was “incredibly pleased” with Mrs Webb’s appointment as Commissioner.

“The future of the NSW Police Force – and its 22,000 employees – is in good hands.”

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