At a recent meeting of the Melbourne Central Rotary Club, Senior Constable Tania Stacey of the Prahran Proactive Programs was presented with the Silk Miller Scholarship for 2018 to study the Graduate Diploma of Adolescent Health and Wellbeing, with the Department of Paediatrics through Centre for Adolescent Health.
Tania is the 15th recipient of the scholarship, the result of a collaboration between the Centre for Adolescent Health, Victoria Police and Melbourne Central Rotary. A total of 40 police have graduated from the course over the past 20 years.
Tania is pictured receiving her award from club President Frank O’Brien with Acting Superintendent Susan Thomas, and Co-ordinator of Post Graduate Programs Andrea Krelle.
Additional information on yhe Melbourne Central Rotary Club and the Silk-Miller Scholarship is available here.