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Mr. John SadlierMr. John Sadlier, once inspecting superintendent of police in Victoria.

Born in Ireland, he sailed as a lad for Melbourne in 1852 and soon afterwards joined the police cadets, a force of about 250 men, recruited from all classes.

There was then great need for their services, especially at night, when Melbourne was badly lighted and the streets swarmed with criminals from Van Diemen's Land and New South Wales.

After months of hard drilling, he was drafted with some of his companions to Ballarat.

Appointed to the 1899 Police Commission along with:

Judge Noel (chairman), Messrs. F. W. Dickson, barrister-at-law, T. Garvin, a superintendent in the New South Wales Police Force, J. Sadlier, late inspecting superintendent of the Victorian Police, and T. O. Unmack, with Mr. J. W. Blair, barrister-at-law, as secretary.