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Auburn Police Area Command organized Community Morning Tea in Celebration of Seok ONG (Hong)

On 3 September 2022 Auburn Police Area Command organized a Community Morning Tea and celebrated Officer Seok ONG’s (Hong) 20 years of hard work and dedication to the community with Auburn Police at Auburn PCYC, Lidcombe Sydney’s West.

Ms. Seok ONG is one of the most notable cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) liaison officers in Auburn Police Area Command.  

Various community leaders and activists gathered to honor Seok, they brought bouquets of flowers and cakes to show their appreciation and to thank Seok.

Auburn Area Superintendent Commander Ms. Danielle Emerton welcomed the guests and spoke of Seok’sdedication and how she has worked closely with localCALD communities and the police force to create a smooth working relationship between them.

Senior Sergeant Crime coordinator Kelly McGuiness, CALD coordinator Sina Wintesstein and other police officers awarded a plaque to Seok in appreciation of her services.  Community leaders, including GhassanAlassadi of the Islamic Charity Project Association, Khurram Shahzad, Angelina Liu, Lettie, Jacky Lee, Maryan (Somalia Australia Community Association) and Salman Kazmi and others attended the function.  

Attending police officers, community leaders and other guests used this opportunity to bid Seok a fond farewell as she goes on leave during a delicious morning tea. Ms. Seok Ong thanked the Auburn Police and the community for her farewell and said she hopedthe bond between Police and CALD community would continue to be strengthened with time.

 

Written by Hanif Bismi

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