Illawarra high school students, teachers walk in police officers’ shoes

Andrew Pearson
Updated March 14 2017 - 4:49pm, first published 3:45pm
ON THE JOB (from left): Neil Brophy (Woonona High), Annabel Cook and Lorena Farreras (both from St Mary Star of the Sea College), Joshua Panayiotou and Jemma Lawson (Figtree High). All five are high school students and teachers  taking part in Wollongong Local Area Command's Community Awareness Policing Program on Tuesday. Picture: Robert Peet
ON THE JOB (from left): Neil Brophy (Woonona High), Annabel Cook and Lorena Farreras (both from St Mary Star of the Sea College), Joshua Panayiotou and Jemma Lawson (Figtree High). All five are high school students and teachers taking part in Wollongong Local Area Command's Community Awareness Policing Program on Tuesday. Picture: Robert Peet

A dozen Illawarra high school students were given the chance to walking in the shoes of the region’s police officers on Tuesday. 

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Andrew Pearson

Andrew grew up in the western Riverina town of Hay and has strong ties to the region. He is a former DA journo who has a passion for breaking news and has covered everything from council and politics to crime and court.

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