Goulburn

The NSW Police Academy is situated on 40 hectares of undulating land at Goulburn, in the southern highlands of New South Wales, approximately 200 kilometres from Sydney. A driver training complex is located approximately 5km from the main campus and comprises about 80 hectares of land.

The NSW Police College, Goulburn serves most of the education and training needs of the NSW Police Force, from initial recruitment to senior executive level.

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CSU's Goulburn campus

 
Facts and figures
City population 21,484
Public transport
Sydney to Goulburn

40 mins

3 hrs

4.5 hrs

Canberra to Goulburn

1 hrs

2 hrs

Campus information
Facilities
  • a simulated courtroom, police station and scenario village
  • an advanced driver training facility
  • a variety of computer facilities
  • a comprehensive library

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Accommodation

On-campus accommodation is provided at the NSW Police Academy at Goulburn at a cost of $100 per week, which includes meals (seven days a week). You will be given more information on how to apply for the accommodation if you are made an offer into the Associate Degree in Policing Practice.

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History of CSU in Goulburn

In 1968, the Department of Education took the decision to build several new Teacher's Colleges in NSW. In July 1968, tenders for the Goulburn Teacher's College were issued and the buildings were mostly completed by July 1970. On June 30, 1970 185 students were enrolled at the college.

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Enquiry information

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School of Policing Studies

General Enquiries:

Phone: (02) 4824 2521

Address:
Charles Sturt University
NSW Police College
McDermott Drive
GOULBURN NSW

Facsimile: + 61 2 4824 2599

Campus postal address:
The School of Policing Studies
Charles Sturt University
Locked Bag 2005
GOULBURN NSW 2580
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