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14 April, 2021

Welcome Toogoolawah’s newest Senior Constable

PLEASE make Senior Constable Justin Willcocks and his family welcome to Toogoolawah and the surrounding areas.


Justin commenced duty at the Toogoolawah Police Station a few weeks ago. He went to school at Port Macquarie in New South Wales. Upon finishing 2013 school he worked for Coles Supermarkets as a junior at first in 2004, and he then gained full time employment within the company.

In January 2013 it was time for a career change, subsequently he entered the Police Force doing six months at the academy and he marched out in June 2013. For some time, he kept his job with Coles (as a secondary job). Justin was a probationary constable for twelve months, of which six months were spent in Brisbane City, and six months at Stafford, North Brisbane. This was such a good job at Stafford that he stayed there for four and a half years.

In July 2018 he left Stafford and procured a position at Ayr, as his wife had a teaching job at Home Hill.

In October 2020 Justin applied for the vacancy at Toogoolawah which was left vacant when Claire moved to Karana Downs. By this time, they had a family of two girls and one boy, aged six, four, and five months. The family made the move from Ayr to Toogoolawah in February 2021 and have now settled in and are enjoying their new abode, which is close to family in Brisbane and Northern New South Wales.

In time they hope to meet many locals and join in with things happening in the local areas. If you see Justin and his family, they would love for you to say ‘hello’ to them. 


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