Law Enforcement Officer
This section is intended audience is for civilians.
Join a Law Enforcement Agency
Law Enforcement Officers are given rigorous training to ensure they meet the standards expected by the community.
Training is done by a joint of online self-paced courses, as well as in world practical courses.
Stage 1 involves
Code of Conduct
Policies (Public Reference)
These policies are made available to the public for their reference to ensure officers are behaving correctly.
Not every policy is listed here as some may compromise police operations. If you require further information about a policy, please contact the respective department.
LEO are directed to advise alleged suspects of their Miranda Rights.
If an officer intends to question or interrogate the suspect while they are in custody, they must advise the individual of their Miranda Rights, failure to do so may result in any statements made after being taken into custody inadmissible in court.
Any statements or evidence gathered before the individual was taken into custody may still be used in court.
Failure to read these rights to an offender is a department issue and not illegal.
Miranda rights do not prevent questions of identification such as name, address, date of birth, which are still required to be provided by law.
Use of Force