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It is on for young and old! Seniors Week coming soon!

In 2014, Seniors Week will be celebrated from August 16–24 Seniors Week is an opportunity for Queenslanders of all ages to join together and celebrate the valuable contribution of older people. See more at Seniors Week If you would like to host an … Continue reading

Wake up to drink driving the morning after

  It might be the next morning when you hop in a car to drive home, but if you have had a big night the chances are you’re still over the limit! Wake Up Whether it is okay to drive … Continue reading

Have your say on the future of the National Triple Zero (000) Operator

Technologies have come a long way since Triple Zero (000) was established in 1961. Triple Zero is a ‘voice only’ service, but today mobile phones, text messaging, email and smartphone apps dominate the communications landscape. That’s why the Australian Government … Continue reading

The World Cup, Low Core Crime Continues & the Weekend Wrap

Hi folks well it has been another great weekend for many reasons. Germany for the first time as a unified country has won the 2014 World Cup early this morning. This was of particular note for our area, as from … Continue reading

What is Elder Abuse?

Elder abuse is any act within a relationship of trust which results in harm to an older person. The most common forms of elder abuse include emotional abuse, financial abuse, physical abuse and neglect. Elder abuse can affect people of … Continue reading

Yahoo! The Good News continues

Hi folks, well am I happy? Yes I am happy and you should be too!. We have just clocked up four straight days in the division with no core crime. No homes or businesses broken into, no cars stolen, no … Continue reading

What is domestic and family violence?

Domestic and family violence occurs when one person in a relationship uses violence or abuse to maintain power and control over the other person. Domestic and family violence is generally an ongoing pattern of behaviour aimed at controlling the other … Continue reading

Great news, no core crime for 48 hours

Hi folks, well I am just going to shout this from the top of the hill, we have had no core crime reported in the division for the past 48 hours.  I want to say a big well done to … Continue reading

Annerley Road Bridge Works – Bring on ‘The Wave’

Hi folks, for those who live and drive through Annerley Road at Dutton Park under the Rail Bridge you would be well aware of the project in construction to install stand alone protection beams on both approaches to the bridge. … Continue reading

Mike Arroyo targets River Terrace

Operation Mike Arroyo deployed to River Terrace on Kangaroo Point last Wednesday evening. Acting Sergeant Angela Murnane from Dutton Park Police was the Field Commander for the activity said that the results were achieved from a the use of General … Continue reading

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