POLICING PRIDE: The Biloela Police will again march for National Police Remembrance Day. Picture: Aden Stoken
POLICING PRIDE: The Biloela Police will again march for National Police Remembrance Day. Picture: Aden Stoken

Marching to remember vital service

NATIONAL Police Remembrance Day is a time of great significance to the Queensland Police Service.

On this day, Biloela Police plans to honour those colleagues who have lost their lives in the line of duty or otherwise.

Biloela Police will commemorate the day of remembrance by holding a march and church service.

The march will start from Kariboe St at 9.45am on Friday, September 27.

Marchers will leave from the Commonwealth Bank on Kariboe St and proceed to the Anglican church on the corner of Kariboe and Melton, where a service will be held for police officers and the community.


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