● Yards & Lighting
● Security alarm systems
● When you are away
● Property identification
● Vehicle security
● Motorcycle security
● Bicycle security
Retired Police Assistant Commissioner and author Laurie Pointing launched his book Keeping the Peace Volume II at Police Headquarters today.
As we reach the end of the Queensland Police 150th celebration year, Police Museum staff wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy, safe New Year.
Police Commissioner Ian Stewart and the Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services Jack Dempsey revealed the Queensland Police Service Animal Memorial on Monday December 15 to honour the contribution serving animals have made to Queensland’s law enforcement.
Santa left his reindeers in the North Pole and instead enlisted the help of Queensland Police Service motorbike officers for the annual Stefan’s MASKS (Make a Sick Kid Smile) Foundation Christmas Toy Run.
The Community Support Centre in Manoora is open and providing support services to members of the community who are grieving after the loss of eight local children yesterday.
With heavy rains having fallen across much of western and central Queensland over the past week police fear that Lota man Steven Van Lonkhuyzen and his sons may be stranded in an off road or isolated location.
A 37-year-old woman is currently assisting police with their enquiries after eight children were discovered deceased in a house in Manoora yesterday morning.
Police are seeking public assistance to locate a girl reported missing from Churchill in Ipswich yesterday.
The search for 56-year-old missing person, Maurice Shutter has been suspended as of today.
The woman reported missing from Coombabah has been located safe and well.
Police are continuing to appeal for public assistance into the disappearance of a man and his two sons who left Brisbane to travel to Cairns but have not been seen since last week.