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  • Meredith Children at the Beach

    Meredith Children at the Beach

  • Abby Cubillo Basketball

    Abby Cubillo Basketball

  • National Police Remembrance Day March

    National Police Remembrance Day March

  • Kokoda Trek 2015 100 years Commemoration

    Kokoda Trek 2015 100 years Commemoration

  • Meredith Family National Police Remembrance Day 2013

    Meredith Family National Police Remembrance Day 2013

  • Ian Bradford Memorial 2014

    Ian Bradford Memorial 2014

  • Glen Huitson 15th Anniversary Commemoration 3-8-2014

    Glen Huitson 15th Anniversary Commemoration 3-8-2014

  • 2016 Kokoda fundraising event - Quiz Night

    2016 Kokoda fundraising event - Quiz Night

  • Abby Cubillo  'Gold Medalalist' U17 World Championships with Australia’s Sapphires

    Abby Cubillo 'Gold Medalalist' U17 World Championships with Australia’s Sapphires

  • Wall to Wall 'Ride for Remembrance' 2016

    Wall to Wall 'Ride for Remembrance' 2016

  • Legatee Liam Riley - Kokoda 2016

    Legatee Liam Riley - Kokoda 2016

  • Lily Meredith - at Pony Club Activity 2016

    Lily Meredith - at Pony Club Activity 2016

  • Sophie Bradford-NPM located Grandfathers touchstone Det Ser. Ian Graham Bradford

    Sophie Bradford-NPM located Grandfathers touchstone Det Ser. Ian Graham Bradford

  • Meredith Children 2016 - enjoying their Sporting choice

    Meredith Children 2016 - enjoying their Sporting choice

Latest News And Events

- National Police Remembrance Day 2016 - Canberra

This National Police Remembrance Day marked the 10th anniversary of the National Police Memorial on the northern shore of Lake Burley Griffin.

The memorial honours more than 750 members of Australian police forces who have died in the line of duty since 1803.

Senior Constable First Class Michael Read; Who's name is one of seven which will now join those of other police officers who died doing their duty.

Despite the inclement weather, National Police Remembrance Day in Canberra was marked with an evening service, a parade and, oddly, random breath-testing.

Perhaps most importantly, it was a chance for police officers from all parts of Australia to gather and remember their friends who no longer stand shoulder to shoulder with them.

 

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- 2016 Wall to Wall Police Ride for Remembrance

 

2016 is the 7th year of the Ride for Remembrance.

The 'Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance' is an opportunity to come together in the spirit of camaraderie to honour those killed in the line of duty, or who have died as a result of their duties, both on Australian soil and overseas.

The purpose of this event is to raise much needed funds for Police Legacies across the country. It also raises awareness of the fact that Police Officers put their lives on the line for us each day and sometimes make the ultimate sacrifice so that we can enjoy a safe and orderly society.

Families left behind need emotional, moral and financial support.

The riders gather on Saturday 17 September at the National Police Wall of Remembrance in Canberra to pay tribute to fallen officers.

 

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