Paul White APM Obituary Death – Former Northern Territory Police Commissioner Mr. Paul White APM will be remembered as a gentle and modest individual, according to the Northern Territory Police Association (NTPA), which issued a statement after his untimely passing yesterday in South Australia. Owen Blackwell, who is the acting president of the NTPA, stated that the Association has always had a strong connection with Mr. White and that his loss will be felt all across the Territory. This statement was made by Blackwell, who is the current president of the NTPA.
“Everyone who was familiar with Mr. White held the opinion that he was an extremely fascinating Commissioner. “He never stopped worrying about how the soldiers were doing in combat. He had a great deal of regard for the members of his police force, and a significant number of his directives were designed to ensure that their needs were met.
“The contribution that Mr. White has made to policing in the NT is quite important. Some of the most important things he did were overseeing the successful rollout of the 2007 Federal Intervention under Operation Themis, which had a big effect on the agency’s staffing and resources; pushing for new laws to go after outlaw motorcycle gangs; and coming up with new ways to police the Northern Territory based on intelligence. All of these things had a significant impact on the agency’s personnel and resources.
In 2009, when Mr. White retired from the police force, he also made a sizeable contribution to the Northern Territory Police Legacy. “Mr. White was liked by both the general population and the police.” “His death will be greatly regretted by everyone in the Northern Territory.” “Mr. Blackwell remarked.