It’s happening, our first ever NT Police Legacy Ball! It’s going to be a fabulous night with all proceeds going to Northern Territory Police Legacy.
Annual General Meeting – Northern Territory Police Legacy – 12 November 2019
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the NT Police Legacy Inc. will be held on Tuesday 12 November 2019 at the Darwin Police Station, Level 2 Conference Room, commencing at 2:30pm.
The AGM will conduct business as required under Clause 41 and 43 of the NT Police Legacy Inc. Constitution.
All sworn members of the Northern Territory Police Force are invited to attend.
Imagine going to work every day and not knowing if you’re going to get home to your family.
When our boys and girls in blue sign on for the day they never know what they are going to be confronted with. They hear and see things worse than your most feared nightmares.
Sometimes the worst thing happens and they don’t get to sign off, sometimes all of the things they have dealt with gets too much and they can’t live anymore. This is when ‘Police Legacy’ steps in, they help the families of fallen officers. Want to do your bit to help those families?
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$35 and all profits go to your choice of ‘Police Legacy’ Walk or Run as many or as little kilometres throughout the month of May and then receive an awesome medal for your efforts!
‘The Kokoda trek was one of the most amazing and life changing experiences I have ever had. The trek was gruelling and relentless but I have learnt so much, not only about what our diggers went through and the sacrifices they made, but also about myself. I have left Papua New Guinea with a brand new outlook on life and that is something that I will be forever grateful for. I was joined on the trek by SA, WA, NSW and ACT Police Legatees and have made new life long friends.
This an experience that I would never have had otherwise if it weren’t for NT Police Legacy. I am so thankful to NT Police Legacy for allowing me the opportunity to go on this trek.’
I am honoured to have been selected to participate in this years Kokoda Trek supported by the NT Police Legacy joining the NSW Police Legacy group.
I am doing this walk in memory of my Father who served on the NT Police Force before tragically taking his own life when I was 12 years old.
I have been in training which has been kindly supported by Pauline and Craig, along with the early mornings, steps and bush chooks, and did I mention the steps!
The NT Police Legacy Police Legacy Annual General Meeting was held on November 14 November 2018. The Board’s primary responsibility is to manage NT Police Legacy’s resources judiciously in order to ensure it can meet the ongoing needs of the NT Police Legacy Legatees.
Taylor Matthews has been the successful applicant as the NT Police Legacy 2019 Kokoda Trek. The Trek will be between 14 and 26 April 2019. NSW Police Legacy has kindly invited the participation of NTPL Legatees since 2013 to travel the journey and be part of the bigger Police Legacy Family.
“I wouldn’t have dreamed this possible until NT Police Legacy has given me this wonderful opportunity. I actually got excited about the idea in my head after attending the NT Police Legacy National Remembrance Day Luncheon this year where I got to speak to other people who had been on the Trek. The participants who had completed the Kokoda Trek and the NTPL Board Members really encouraged me and convinced me that I could do it.”
NT Police Legacy received today the ‘donation of $10,000 from the NT Police Charity Golf Day’ held on Friday 3rd August 2018 at Palmerston Golf Club.
‘THANK YOU NT POLICE GOLF CLUB’ your donation is received with many thanks; – All donations to NT Police Legacy are greatly appreciated as they contribute in providing vital assistance to the dependents of deceased members of the Northern Territory Police Force.
Northern Territory Police Legacy were the recipients of a $1,000 donation from the Nightcliff Community Bank, as a part of their recent 2nd birthday celebrations.
NTPL is very appreciative and grateful for the donation as it will contribute to providing vital assistance to the dependants of deceased members of the Northern Territory Police force.
The dust has settled since returning from Papua New Guinea, where I and an incredible group of individuals undertook the Kokoda Trail. Whilst it was intense and gruelling at times, it was one of the most rewarding experiences I have had to date. Aidan Grimes of ‘Our Spirit Adventures’ was exceptional as a leader and as an educator. There was a lot to be learnt with regard to the sacrifice made by our soldiers.