Jaimyn Moore “Member of the Year”


Academy Member of the Year Award winner Jaimyn Moore (centre) with Senior Constable Emily Pavy, Detective Inspector Paul Quigg, Senior Constable Marcus Cannon and Constable Gavin Campbell Photo TWH


Jaimyn Moore was awarded the 2020 Clontarf Academy member of the year at the Bourke High School awards ceremony last week.

Central North Police District in partnership with the Penrith Panthers Rugby League Football Club provided the award, a fully signed and framed Penrith Panthers jersey.

The recipient of the award is selected after evaluation of a number of key performance areas including attendance at school, training and afternoon activity; overall academy engagement and most importantly, a willingness to attempt tasks and display growth in life skills by implementing the academy’s values.

The Clontarf Foundation exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem, and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men, equipping them to participate more meaningly in society.


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