How to become a CPO

A Commonwealth Public Official (CPO) is a peace officer. Their job is to keep the peace, and to do no harm to anyone.

The procedure to become a CPO is straightforward. Follow the instructions below.

As you can see, you need to know and understand the Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights 1688 and other Common Laws that our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 is based on.

Although it’s easy enough to become a CPO we urge people to take this responsibility very seriously. As a CPO you will be required to uphold our laws, protect the people, and honour the Crown.

Before you do anything else, follow these steps:

To become a CPO you should read our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901….download it here:!!!Original-1900-Constitution.pdf

Read the English Bill of Rights (It still applies today)

Read the Magna Carta:

Then download and fill out the CPO certificate and read the instructions on Page 3 (Do not print them out when you take the certificate to an authorised Notary Public. To my knowledge there are only two in Australia. One in Perth, and the other in Brisbane. Contact us to get their address. It costs $100 for the Notary to sign, seal, and hear your Oath.

You can download the CPO document here:


You should also understand that as CPO you are bound to keep the peace…not enforce legislation.

A CPO must always act in honour and truth.

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