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A look at the work of WA Police’s Water Police Unit (Part 1)

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Senior Sergeant Paul Crawshaw is the Officer in Charge of the Western Australia Police Force’s (WAPOL’s) Water Police Unit. In an interview recorded at the Water Police’s Fremantle base, he tells PolicingTV’s Founder and Publisher, Bernard Rix, about the work of the Water Police, covering around 13,000 kilometres of coastline.

He also provides PolicingTV with a guided tour around the facilities, the moorings, and several of the Water Police’s vessels.

Paul is a former British police officer who made the move to Western Australia a number of years ago. To close this video, Paul tells us about that move in 2007, from Surrey, England, to Perth, Australia.

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