Queensland Police Museum Sunday Lecture
Last Sunday of the Month – Free Entry
Speaker: Garry Ryan, Queensland Police Vehicle Inspection Unit
11am to 12.30pm
Queensland Police Headquarters, 200 Roma Street
Have you ever wondered how police rule out or take into consideration, vehicle faults or mechanical failure when investigating serious and fatal crashes?
Garry Ryan from the Queensland Police Vehicle Inspection Unit will outline the Unit’s responsibility for the mechanical examination of all types of motor vehicles and associated components that may be involved in serious injury or fatal incidents.
Titled ‘A Crash Course in Forensic Mechanics’, this presentation is suitable for anyone (from high school aged youth and upwards) and will run from 11am to 12:30pm on Sunday, May 27.
The Museum opens its doors to the public on the last Sunday of each month from 10am to 3pm from February to November in addition to the standard Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm opening hours. Monthly Sunday openings feature guest speakers from across the historical and crime-solving spectrums.
PLEASE NOTE: The Police Museum will open Sunday, May 27 from 10am to 3pm, and is located on the ground floor of Police Headquarters, 200 Roma Street, Brisbane.