Child Protection Detective nets the October POOTY win

October Winner from Cairns Nominations for the 2014-2015 Far North District Police Officer of the Year (POOTY) continue to remain high with past winners, Senior Constable Michael Selfe, Constable Sly Lidicky and Senior Sergeant Jamie Horn announced as monthly winners … Continue reading

Can you help identify this man?

Property and Fraud offences Detectives continue to appeal for public assistance to identify a man they believe may assist with their investigation into the theft of property and subsequent fraudulent credit card transactions. Offences are believed to have occurred sometime … Continue reading

Tuesday’s Traffic Tip – U Turns

U-Turns only when permitted! U-turns can only be made at traffic lights when there is a U-TURN PERMITTED sign. If there is not a sign, DO NOT make a U-Turn. Motorists caught doing a U-Turn at traffic lights when there … Continue reading

Say NO to Domestic and Family Violence

White Ribbon is the world’s largest male-led movement to end men’s violence against women. White Ribbon is now active in more than 60 countries after originating in Canada in 1991. Sergeant Larissa Flood said, “Australia started our campaign in 2003 … Continue reading

Arson charges, Tablelands

Police have charged a 37-year-old  Croydon man with 18 counts of setting fire to crops, one count each of lighting a grass fire, possess dangerous drug and wilful damage. It will be alleged the 18 arson charges relate to a … Continue reading

Overnight wrap – Wednesday November 12

Assault police, Holloways Beach: Police have charged a 31-year-old Holloways Beach man with one count of assault police. Police intercepted the man driving a vehicle on Wistaria Street around 6pm yesterday. In the process of being arrested, the man allegedly … Continue reading

Have you noticed anything different?

A few changes till November 24 For those of you who regularly visit the MyPolice Far North Blog, you will notice we are looking a little different! A few of our regular features such as our CCTV images, search engine, … Continue reading

Have you seen this stolen Suzuki and Kincrome tool box set?

Smithfield police are investigating the theft of a 2013 black and yellow Suzuki RMZ250 motorcycle, Kincrome tool box and tools from a Survey Street, Smithfield property on Thursday November 6 sometime between 5pm and 10pm. The Kincrome tool box is … Continue reading

Tuesday’s Traffic Tip – Safe Following Distances

There is no such thing as a traffic accident, it’s a traffic crash and can be avoided! Local police are regularly called to rear end collisions and more often than not, the motorist travelling behind has failed to allow enough … Continue reading

St Joey’s jump at the chance to support Day for Daniel

Schools around the far north rallied on October 31, for the 10th annual Day for Daniel. It was a National Day of Action to raise awareness of child safety, protection and harm prevention. St Joseph’s Primary at Parramatta Park had their … Continue reading

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