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POLICE PROMOTIONS

[Peu Untied Press Association.]

WELLINGTON, December 24

Detective-sergeant Boddam, of New Plymouth, is to be transferred to Wellington as chief detective. He will take the place of Chief-detective Broberg, who will go to Dunedin as sub-inspector. Several promotions of constables to the rank of sergeant, it is understood, have been decided upon, but until they have passed a medical examination their names will not be available.

[Hub-inspector Broberg performed his lirat duty as a police constable in Dunedin oyer 15 years ago. He was a most energetic officer, and promotion came to him rapidly. Chief-detective Boddam is also well fenown in Dunedin. He was best known as a mounted constable, afterwards being promoted to the plain-clothes department.]

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POLICE PROMOTIONS, Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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POLICE PROMOTIONS Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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