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Two of the highest-ranking members of Australia's biggest police force are due to be farewelled at a ceremony welcoming its latest recruits.
With 74 years' combined experience, NSW Police Force Commissioner Mick Fuller and Deputy Commissioner Gary Worboys will march off the parade grounds on Friday at a ceremony in Goulburn.
Mr Fuller will inspect the new recruits of class 350 alongside NSW Governor Margaret Beazley and Premier Dominic Perrottet before he's honoured with an Airwing flyover as he marches off the parade ground along with his wife, Detective Senior Constable Andrea Fuller.
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Commissioner-elect Karen Webb will take over from Mr Fuller following his retirement.
Deputy Commissioner Gary Worboys will also march off ahead of his final day of service at the end of his 40-year career on December 30.
"Gary embodies what a police officer is; dedication, commitment, sacrifice and compassion," Mr Fuller said.
"His work as the State Emergency Operations Controller during the bushfires and the COVID-19 response are just two examples of the accomplishments during his four decades of service."
NSW Police Minister David Elliott said Mr Worboys' "service and wisdom will be sorely missed".
"Over his four decades of service, he has accomplished many positive outcomes for the people," Mr Elliott said.
"We owe a debt of gratitude for his outstanding leadership during some of our most difficult times."
Opposition police spokesman Walt Secord said Mr Worboys "deserves the thanks of all NSW residents".
During his four decade career, Mr Worboys expanded the investigation capabilities of rural police, instituted an 'officer-in-charge' model in country NSW so police could work more closely with their community, and helped implement a campaign to raise the Aboriginal flag outside NSW police stations and buildings.
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