National Police Remembrance Day, Logan District

National Police Remembrance Day is commemorated each year on September 29, as a way of remembering officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

Each state and territory police jurisdiction across Australia honour those who gave their lives serving their local communities.

This year Logan Districts Remembrance Day Parade and Service will be held within the Beenleigh Division.

A large contingent of sworn officers and unsworn staff will partake in a parade along with support services.

The parade will commence at 9:15am leading off from Centenary Park located on City Road, Beenleigh and conclude at St Georges Anglican Church located on Tansey Street, Beenleigh at 10am.

The route will see the parade travel along City Road before turning onto Main Street and making a final turn into Bellew Street with the parade then entering the grounds of the church on Tansey Street, Beenleigh.

There will be road closures in place while the parade progresses. The closures will be minimal and have minor disruption to traffic management.

A service will commence at St Georges Anglican Church at 10am and is expected to conclude at 11am. Refreshments will be provided following the service.

Attendees are requested to purchase and wear a satin blue and white checkered ribbon to be worn as a symbol of remembrance for all those officers who have been killed on duty.

If you seek further information in relation to this matter, please do not hesitate in contacting Senior Sergeant Murray Croft, Officer in Charge Beenleigh Station on 3801 0712 or via email [email protected]

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