A young Waroona officer helping to bridge the gap between Aboriginal people and police is set to star on the small screen when a new NITV documentary is released next year. Constable Tiarna Eades is one of six members of the force from across WA who will feature in the Our Law series, which will follow the group as they begin their careers. The Wilman Ballardong woman was one of the first people to go through the WA Police Aboriginal cadetship and is now in her fifth year. Ms Eades, pictured, said she joined the force to make a difference in the relationship between Aboriginal people and police. “(I want) to bring awareness to what the police are trying to do,” she said. “I don’t think there is enough out their to show we are proactively trying and I think this is a good way to show what we do.” Ms Eades said she had received some pushback from those close to her about joining the police. “I have had my own personal struggles with family and people a lot closer to me than I thought I ever would,” she said. “I am not worried about that, I am happy and I know what I am doing is for a good cause and is going to impact for years to come.” Producer Taryne Laffar said the series aimed to bring light to some of the problems between Aboriginal people and officers. “There is historically lots of issues around how Aboriginal people were at the mercy of powers-that-be at the time,” she said. “It is about recognising the system is built on institutionalised racism and how do we dismantle that. “I think frontline police officers are part of the solution to getting out of this cycle of incarceration and profiling of Aboriginal people.” Series director Perun Bonser said he hoped the show would show people a different perspective on the issue. Our Law, set to be released next year, is a six-part series that comes after the 2019 SBS documentary of the same name centred around WA’s first Indigenous-run police station in Warakurna.