The Australian Federal Police values diversity and is committed to promoting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander affairs internally and externally through community engagement practices. To facilitate these outcomes, the AFP has in place some major strategies to guide recruitment, retention, communication and culture initiatives. This is an ongoing process and the AFP is continuing to develop new initiatives to improve the employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the AFP.
Every role in the AFP is available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The AFP is committed to providing employment pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and, in addition to our general recruitment programs, we offer a range of targeted entry-level options such as the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cadetship and Traineeship programs.
The Malunggang Indigenous Officers Network (MION), is a voluntary internal network which fosters and supports the recruitment, retention and career development of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Other information is available about how the AFP values diversity and how it is committed to promoting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander affairs.
Why the AFP?
Why choose a career at the AFP? To gain a broader understanding of our organisation, culture, career opportunities, pay and conditions, more information can be accessed via the following links:
National Reconciliation Week 2013
The AFP supports National Reconciliation Week. For more information visit www.reconciliation.org.au.
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