Protective Service Officer Superintendent Joshua joined the AFP in 2005, with previous experience in the military.
Josh felt accepted as a Boandik man in the AFP, and found many opportunities available to him within the agency.
He initially believed he could never be a police officer due to his cultural background. However, now he values the importance of being a role model for young First Nations men and women as an AFP officer, and is open and proud of his culture.
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