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National Police Remembrance Day - 29 September 2020

12 October, 2020
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Each year, 29 September holds a special significance for Police throughout Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and the Solomon Islands. It is a day for police to pause to honour officers whose lives have been cut short while performing their duty as a Police Officer. These men and women were mums and dads, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters.

After 10 years working with NSW Police, I know what the impact of losing police officers has on the Police family. If it’s the Wall to Wall ride, or pausing to acknowledge police officers lost on Remembrance Day, I will always make a point of remembering.

That's a sacrifice that I believe is worth remembering at every opportunity.

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