Restraints used are Mk-IV and V Saf-Lok Handcuffs and Flexi-cuffs. It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. Remington model 700 (.308) bolt-action rifle, "A message from the Acting Commissioner of Police Police", Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services Annual Report 2010–11, "Australia's new police commissioner: Who is Reece Kershaw? On 1 July 1964, Clive William Graham, a police officer of long standing in the Territory, was appointed as Commissioner and the force as a whole was administered as part of the Public Service of the Northern Territory. This police service has 1,537 police members (as at 31 July 2019) made up of 79 senior sergeants, 228 sergeants, 839 constables, 208 auxiliaries, and 73 Aboriginal Community Police Officers. It consisted of a short cut-away blue serge tunic with nine regulation buttons, silver twisted cord shoulder knots, black braid on the sleeves and silver chevrons for non-commissioned officers.  Specialist vehicles include the Toyota Land Cruiser 4WD. In Central Australia the police were part of the South Australian Mounted Police. the end of the Petrov Affair occurred in Darwin; the 1968 month-long bush search for Larry-Boy who murdered his wife and seriously injured a stockman at Elsey Station; and in 1971 attempted hijack of a plane at Alice Springs airport in which a Territory police officer, who was severely wounded, displayed great heroism. I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like. Mounted Constable Shirley was the first mounted trooper in charge at Alice Springs (first called Stuart). , The CitySafe & Licensing Patrol Unit was forged during New Year's Eve celebrations in 2008/2009. The Native Police Corps was formed in 1884. As of June 2011, the number of sworn Police, Auxiliaries and Aboriginal Community Police Officers in the service was 1,381. Ideal tropical wear! These are now incorporated in the Administrator’s offices on the Esplanade. Other weapons used in the Northern Territory Police include the AR-15 semi-automatic rifle which is used by specialist groups and specifically trained members in rural areas. Like their predecessors, the Rural Constabulary at Escape Cliffs, the first detachment of police at Palmerston had as their first responsibility the maintenance of law and order in the community. Northern Territory Police. The Joint Emergency Services Communications Centre in Darwin has instant contact with all stations, vehicles, aircraft and vessels and provides for the Police, Fire, Emergency Services and St John Ambulance Service. The Joint Emergency Services Communications Centre (JESCC) in Darwin has instant contact with all stations, vehicles, aircraft and vessels across the Territory and provides for the Police, Fire, Emergency Services and St John Ambulance Service. 118K likes. The Northern Territory police recently acquired Kia stingers to add to their Road Policing Command fleet. These are now incorporated in the Administrator's offices on the Esplanade. The current NTP came into existence in 1911. In 1955, there were 80 police officers. To install click the Add extension button. NTPFES maintain this site for information purposes only.  as a less lethal force option available to each frontline patrol. A small stone building with two cells was the accommodation for those in custody. In April 1961 five women were sworn into the Northern Territory Police Force. The X26 Taser has now been replaced with the Taser X-2. Mk-6 and Mk-9 First Defense Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) Spray are also general issue. The Northern Territory Police mostly use LAC response vehicles include Ford Falcon sedans, Holden VE Commodore and Toyota Hilux dual cab utes as caged vehicles (4x4 and 2WD) Turbo diesel. The Northern Territory sometimes referred to as ‘the last frontier’ has a (permanent) police history dating from 1870 when Inspector Paul Foelsche and six other police officers arrived in the Territory.