Queensland police cancel recruit training due to low enrolments | ABC News

Queensland police cancel recruit training due to low enrolments | abc news

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The Queensland Police Service has cancelled one of its recruit training periods due to a lack of enrolments, raising questions about its ability to attract and retain staff.

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