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Inclusive communication: Insp Jayd Morawski introduces WA Police’s Yarning App

Inside WA Police

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In an interview that begins on Herrison Island in the middle of the Swan River in Perth, Inspector Jayd Morawski tells PolicingTV Founder and Publisher Bernard Rix about his policing background, and how he led, within the Aboriginal Affairs Division, the development of the Western Australia Police Force Yarning App.

The Yarning App provides Western Australia Police Force officers with a means of communicating in the relevant local Aboriginal dialect. There are over 56 Aboriginal languages spoken across Western Australia. As Jayd explains, “You can travel only a short distance and be in another Aboriginal country, which has different culture, different customs, and importantly, different language”.

The App has been recognised with the global Microsoft Social Impact Inclusion Changemaker award. 

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