Avoid trail bike temper tantrums

Trail bikers must seek permission to ride on private property! School holidays kicked off on Friday, September 19 and traditionally the holiday period sees an increase in trail bike activity on cane headlands, reserves, easements and along the side of … Continue reading

Go too far, lose your car!

Far northern motorists are reminded that laws designed to improve road safety and deter repeat offenders are in place. Local police and specialists from Road Policing Units throughout the far north continue to apprehend offenders for a variety of hooning … Continue reading

Students reflect on the Share the Road safety message

Police from Crime Prevention Unit continue to encourage all road users to Share the Road.  After successfully applying for funding from the Suncorp and Qld Police Safer Queensland Community Grants we purchased a number of Share the Road reflective safety … Continue reading

Bin’ there done that! Paw enforcement – Edition 13

Welcome to our 13th edition of Paw Enforcement where we follow the progress of puppy-in-training Axel. He may no longer look anything like a puppy but he is definitely still in training and at this stage looks set to head … Continue reading

NHW volunteers spread the word on community safety

Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) volunteers from across Cairns recently threw on their green shirts and gave up their time to promote the benefits of NHW at the Positive Ageing Fair at the Esplanade on September 4. The volunteers, all members of … Continue reading

Cairns overnight media wrap – September 11

Missing men found, Weipa: Two men who had reported themselves missing have been found safe and well following a search yesterday afternoon. At around 4:50pm yesterday police and the SES commenced search operations for a Rocky Point man and an … Continue reading

Yarrabah police tackle social media monster

Yarrabah Police continue to promote a strong working relationship with members of their community following the launch of a new project aimed at tackling social media issues in the Yarrabah community. Acting Senior Constable Adam Frew developed ‘Facebook, not Fightbook’ following a noticeable … Continue reading

Public assistance to identify property haul in Cairns

Can you help identify this haul of property? Cairns Property Crime Squad officers yesterday charged a 33-year-old Mooroobool man with a total of 26 drug and property related charges. Charges included one count each of serious assault of a police officer, … Continue reading

Pup in Boots – Paw Enforcement Edition 12

Shoes!! What dog wears shoes! Well, a police dog apparently. It was a bit of an effort to put them on but Dave thought it was finally time that I got used to wearing some doggy shoes. It felt a … Continue reading

Russ revved up for road ride!

The clock is counting down to the 2014 Wall to Wall Police remembrance ride, and police officers from right across the nation are preparing their machines for the trip to Canberra next week. Riders from each state and territory will … Continue reading

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