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Life after policing

By Katrina Martin (CLET Director)
LLB, MSocSc(Crim), MBA, DBA (Current)

Literature Review - Life after policing – common employability issues for post-service Australian Police Officers?

The purpose of the research is to ascertain whether there are any employability issues for Australian Police Officers after they exit the police service or force.

Introduction to research

Statistically, the attrition rates for police is high and the most common question apparent in the literature is why are they leaving with little to no focus on what are serving members doing, in terms of employment, post separation from the police organisation. It is anticipated that this is a key factor in the reasons for leaving, or even in the reasons for not leaving. Chan and Doran (2009) report that approximately 50 per cent of mid-career police officers are seriously considering leaving the police service or force, whilst Myers (2006) identifies that Australia’s police forces are affected only by the same recruitment and retention issues which are affecting all workplaces.

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Justice Studies to Emergency Management and everything in between

By Katrina Martin (CLET Director)
LLB, MSocSc(Crim), MBA, DBA (Current)

The College for Law Education and Training is an Australian owned and operated registered training organisation. Offering over 70 nationally recognised qualifications and an additional 150 non-accredited short courses, CLET has something for you. Speak to a course advisor today on 1300 760 605 about your options or checkout our website.

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Discover how to become a police officer

By Allen Williams (CLET Managing Director)
B Ad Voc Ed, BA(Criminology)

There are lots of people who aspire to become police officers. For many, it may have stemmed from a time when they were young and watching TV shows or real police walking down the street. For others it is the security offered or maybe just the challenge of it all.

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Flexible Online Legal Services Courses for Higher Employability

Press Release

The College for Law, Education and Training (CLET) has announced that it is now offering a very modern and flexible legal services course program across Australia for a large range of students to ensure greater prospects in the job market. From the Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal) to the Diploma of Legal Services, CLET provides students with a variety of courses that increase employability.

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