New Cherbourg Security crew graduation ceremony

Our new Cherbourg Security crew attended their official graduation ceremony on Friday (22nd November)

The ceremony that included a VIP guests from DATSIP, Cherbourg Council, The Dept,  National Indigenous Australians Agency and other community service providers and stake holders, saw Ronald Watson, Kenny Day, Norman Wragge, Cyril Bligh and his nephew Cyril Bligh Jnr, Rodney Rewald, Craig Georgetown, Tyson Alberts, Peter Langton, Edwin Simpson, Phil Fisher, Bradley Lowcock, Kimberly Barret, Tanya Saltner and Stafford Saltner proudly stepping up to receive their certifications and acknowledgements of achievement in the area of community safety and security.

CEO of Kingaroy Security, Mr Steven Carter said it was an extraordinary effort by a number of remarkable people to bring about an outcome that has been achieved in delivering the new Security and Safety Program to the Cherbourg Community.

Mr Carter says he has been impressed with the quality of the fifteen recruits, their level of commitment and determination in seeing their training though to graduation, and with the launch of the new service to be driven “by community for the community”.