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- 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.



- 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.



NT Police Legacy from the 'Heart of a Legator'

'Like most in the Police Force I contribute to NT Police Legacy each pay, and as I said earlier, not fully comprehending what I was really contributing too. I never expected that it would have such an impact on me or my relationship with a fellow officer’s family the way it has.'....

This is part of a letter written by Tony Fuller of the NT Police Force as a Legator to Teri Cubillo and her Daughters Demi, Abby and Tyla.



- Abby Cubillo wins 2016 NT Junior Sportsperson of the Year

Congratulations to Abby Cubillo on winning the Northern Territory Junior Sportsperson of the Year for 2016 at the recent NT Sports awards night in Alice Springs.

The Northern Territory Sports awards aim to inspire and assist gifted sports persons reach their greatest potential and acknowledges Territory sport for athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers.






- Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance 2014

$400,000 has been raised by the Wall to Wall Riders over the past four years.  This year the ride raised $110,000 for Police Legacies around the country.  NT Police Legacy assists 24 Legatees.  More than 1,600 motorcycles took to the streets of the national capital for this year’s Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance. The ride travelled through the heart of the city, passing around Parliament House and culminated at the National Police Memorial on the banks of Lake Burley Griffin.


- National Police Remembrance Day 2015

National Police Remembrance Day is celebrated on the Patron Saint of Police's special day - St Michael's Day.

The 29th of September each year is a poignant reminder for us all, of the sacrifice and service that men and women in Police forces around Australia and the Pacific provide to our community. This day is a sad reminder of the sacrifice that men and women and their families make day in day out around Australia in a selfless and humble manner to serve and protect others.


- Hiking Kokoda

Walking the Kokoda Track, in the footsteps of the

soldiers, who fought to save Australia from invasion

in 1942, is an almost spiritual experience and one that

will stay with me forever. I hold enormous gratitude

and respect for the Diggers who endured such

hardship and sacrifice in the Kokoda Campaign of

World War 2.


Liam RILEY - Letter of thanks to NT Police Legacy

A few days ago I completed a life changing journey that would test every fibre of my being but leave me a changed individual.

For nine days I walked in the footsteps of those who came before me, many of which who never came back to their loved ones who’s tales of courage, blood and sacrifice meant I could enjoy the freedom to carry on their stories for future generations....

This is part of a letter from Liam Riley following the completion of the 2016 NSW Police Legacy Anzac Day Trek being sponsored by NT Police Legacy.

Liam represented the Northern Territory Police Legacy, with approximately 50 participants alongside NSW and NT Police Fire and Ambulance Officers, as well as NSW Police Legatees.

Please read more for Liam Riley's full letter....




- Wall to Wall 'Ride for Remembrance' 2015

The 'Wall to Wall' ride celebrates and remembers those officers that have paid the ultimate sacrifice and given their lives on duty

In September 2015, 2,066 riders participated nationally in the Wall to Wall - Ride for Remembrance.  With 500 registered riders in the inaugural year of 2010, each year the event has steadily grown.