Where Are All The Key Workers Going ? | Key Workers Fleeing Sydney’s Inner and Middle Ring!

Key Workers, Police, Nurses, Firemen, Ambos and their support staff can no longer afford to live where they are needed!

Where Are All The Key Workers Going ? Where they can afford to live. What does that mean for the rest of us?

Well it means they aren’t where they are needed.

So Police aren’t coaching the local cricket team, they aren’t interacting with our children. What that does is limit their response to dealing with your son or daughter if they get into trouble because the Police simply don’t know you, your child or the community. It creates an “us and them” situation that no amount of training can overcome.

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Affordable Housing for Keyworkers: Cops Who Couch Surf

Affordable Housing for keyworkers is almost impossible to get and costs our communities in many different ways

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Lack of affordable Housing for Keyworkers COSTS BIGTIME!

Lack of Affordable Housing for Keyworkers is a drain on our communities

A fine example is how a lack of affordable housing for keyworkers effects the quality of policing. Police who live in the community are simply able to do a better job. They are more aware of the people in the community and their problems.

Revealed: Peninsula’s housing crisis hits key workers

SOME police officers on the northern beaches are couch surfing or sleeping in cars between shifts due to a lack of affordable housing.

The revelation comes as former Warringah mayor Michael Regan has urged the Northern Beaches Council to introduce a plan for affordable housing.

Northern Beaches Police commander Superintendent Dave Darcy said it was “a tough life for a young cop”. A NUMBER of police officers on the northern beaches are couch surfing or sleeping in the back of cars between shifts due to a lack of affordable housing.

Source: The Manly Daily

When I was a boy the local police played sport and had a beer with people in the community. The local police were coaches and parents themselves. It is no wonder that now everything is “by the book”. Police are seen as more and more detached from the communities they serve?

“At least 50 per cent of our staff don’t live in the area, they are commuting because they have young families or are young homebuyers who have been competed out of the market.”
Supt Darcy said the “community is losing out on police who have grown up in the area, they make for far better police in your community”.Via newslocal.newspaperdirect.com

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