Chinese community supported at rededication ceremony

Officials at the Rededication Ceremony with Senior PLO Ken Rong, Acting Sergeant Rex Karora, Acting Supintendent Craig Huxley and PLO Purdy Huang of South Brisbane District Police.

Last Saturday, June 18, South Brisbane District Police representatives attended the Rededication Ceremony for the Australian of Chinese Heritage War Memorial. The event was held at the RSL Sunnybank where the Australians of Chinese Heritage War Memorial Committee members; President Mr Lewis LEE OAM and Deputy President, Flight Lieutenant Adam LO of AUS Royal Airforce, officiated the ceremony.

Acting Superintendent Craig Huxley of South Brisbane District laid a wreath on behalf of the Queensland Police Service and Senior Police Liaison Officer Ken Rong laid a wreath on behalf of the families of the fallen Chinese Heritage defence members of WWII.

Police Liaison Officers are employed by the Queensland Police Service to establish and maintain a positive rapport between culturally specific communities and the Queensland Police Service. The role of Police Liaison Officers is to promote trust and understanding through their liaison role by assisting the community and police to:

  • reduce and prevent crime;
  • divert people from the criminal justice system;
  • advise and educate police officers on culture and cultural issues; and
  • improve community knowledge of  law and order issues and policing services.

For information about joining the Police Liaison Officer program visit our website here.

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