National Police Remembrance Day on September 29 marks the day the
Queensland Police Service, joins other Australian police jurisdictions
to stop and honour fallen officer. The Queensland Police Service has
139 officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Arguably one of the most important days on the policing calendar, National Police Remembrance Day is a time for members of the Service and the community to remember, honour and say 'thank you' to the dedicated men and women who have died whilst on duty.
This year, marches and services will mainly be held on Friday, September 28 all over the State.
Candlelight vigils will be held on Thursday, September 27 in Brisbane, Cairns, Gladstone, Gold Coast, Gympie, Rockhampton, Charleville and Toowoomba.
National Police Remembrance Day
Gympie Memorial Service:
Saint Peter’s Anglican Church, Lady Mary Terrace, Gympie on Friday 28 September 2012, commencing 10.00 am.
Contact: Senior Constable Llew O’Brien, telephone 5480 1410
Contact: Chaplain Bruce Dorman, telephone 041 9165 947
Sunshine Coast Memorial Service:
Stella Maris Catholic Church, Baden Powell Street, Maroochydore on Friday 28 September 2012, commencing 10.00 am.
Contact: Sergeant Di Kirkman, telephone 5475 2412
Contact: Police Chaplain Ian Todd, telephone 0417 001 413
25 Sep 2012 - Show support for police on Remembrance Day
Stella Maris Catholic Church, Maroochydore
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