Supt Robert Redfern's Retirement

We recently had the pleasure of hosting a morning tea for Superintendent Robert Redfern APM, who retired from the NSW Police Force after a distinguished career spanning 37 years.

Robert attested in 1981, working in the highway patrol for several years before transferring to the Prosecutions Branch in1987. By 2003 he had risen to the rank of Superintendent, and assumed command of the then Miranda Local Area Command in 2005. In 2013 he took up the challenge of Commander, Workforce Safety and Human Resources, and remained in this position until his retirement.

His many awards include the Australian Police Medal, National Police Service Medal, Commissioners Sesquicentenary Citation, and NSW Police Medal with 5th clasp. Robert is also a Director of Police Bank, and has been instrumental in developing and strengthening the strong and ongoing relationship between Police Bank and Police Legacy. We thank Robert for his many years of service and friendship, and wish him all the very best in his no-doubt busy and rewarding retirement.