We will premiere our first episode of our new mini-doco series called “In Depth” focusing on local people behind the scenes of their lives or occupations. Tonight, the first episode focuses on Superintendent Bob Noble, who takes us behind the scenes of Wagga’s Police station during COVID-19.
We discuss topics such as Wagga’s crime activity pre and during the Corona Virus crisis, Domestic Violence in Wagga, Suicide rates and prevention during this period of uncertainty and much more.
Big thanks to Wagga Police and Bob for allowing us into the station to ask any question. Bob never refused a question as you will see, even when touching on subjects very close to his heart. I hope you enjoy this first episode as I’ll be bringing you one every week.
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