Yes, from time to time the Australian Defence Force, Australian Federal Police, Queensland Ambulance Service and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services may make use of the training facility.
70% of all police officers in Queensland will be within a 100-kilometre radius of the new training facilities at Wacol. It is expected that all recruits and the majority of police officers will conduct their yearly training at this new training facility.
The new facility will enable officers to complete their operational skills and training re-qualifications in the one location and return to their duties much sooner than they currently can.
Police will be able to train at any time of the day or night and in any weather in the firearms and simunition training facilities.
First response officers have the ability to practice in purpose-built facilities for emerging trends such as active-shooter incidents.
The Queensland Government is committed to giving Queensland suppliers full, fair and reasonable access to tender opportunities arising from the construction of the Counter Terrorism and Community Safety Centre.
The Head Contractor will work to support local industries by creating opportunities in the tendering for goods and services for subcontractors.
The Head Contractor will source suppliers in a manner that is consistent with the Queensland Governments Charter for Local Content and may use local content specialists such as the Industry Capability Network (ICN) Queensland.