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National Police Remembrance Day

National Police Remembrance Day (NPRD) is an invitation, extended to current and former members of police organisations and the general public, to attend one of the many Australia-wide NPRD services to honour the policemen who lost their lives in the line of duty.

The National Police Memorial’s (NPM) website, along with their fallen officers Honour Roll, was created by the Police Federation of Australia in 2006. It was launched on the 29th September 2006, in alignment with the dedication ceremony of the NPM, on National Police Remembrance Day. This is a time for communities and individuals to show their appreciation for the protection that police have taken an oath to provide.

You can contact your state/territory police organisation to ask of events near you, or by keeping an eye on their website for the 2023 NPRD Services and Information Guide update. Don’t forget to check out their facebook and consider following for any important posts or updates shared about NPRD 2023. If you wish to contact the NPM with a question or concern, please complete their Inquiry Form so they can connect you with the right people.

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