NSW Police Ranks

The rank structure and insignia of the NSW Police Force has changed somewhat due to the new restructure which took place in 2002. Gone are the light blue ‘Student Rank’. Students are now part of a separate initiation and are not Ministerial Employee’s as they used to be a few years back. During Student Phase recruits now wear civilian clothes and are not paid by the New South Wales Police Force. It is not until they reach their last phase of training that they actually receive an offer of employment and a uniform.The rank of Inspector is now also known as the ‘Duty Officer’ and this officer is in charge of the day to day running of each Local Area Command in the Commanders absence, above the Duty Officer (DO) is the Crime Manager who holds the rank of Chief Inspector in Category one LAC’s.
LAC Commanders are of the rank of Superintendent in Metropolitan stations. An Assistant Commissioner is in charge of a ‘Region’ and the Deputy and Commissioner himself are in charge of all Officers.
 

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Probationary Constable

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Probationary Constable

 

CONSTABLE

SENIOR
CONSTABLE

INCREMENTAL
SENIOR

CONSTABLE

SERGEANT

INCREMENTAL
SERGEANT

SENIOR
SERGEANT

INSPECTOR

CHIEF
INSPECTOR

SUPERINTENDENT

CHIEF
SUPERINTENDENT

ASSISTANT
COMMISSIONER

DEPUTY
COMMISSIONER

COMMISSIONER
OF
POLICE

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