National Police Remembrance Day



 


 
28th September   -  2012

National Police Remembrance Day


National Police Remembrance Day on September 29 marks the day the South Australia Police Service stops to honour its officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

One of the most important days on the policing calendar, National Police Remembrance Day is a time for members of the Service and the community to remember, honour and say 'thank you' to the dedicated men and women who have died whilst on duty.

A memorial Service is held at Fort Largs Police Academy each year.

Blue Ribbons

Police officers, staff and members of the public are encouraged to pay tribute by wearing a blue ribbon.

 

History

National Police Remembrance Day, first commemorated in 1989, is held each year on September 29 or the nearest working day, in memory of police officers killed in the performance of their duty.  A total of 61 local police officers have lost their lives in the performance of their duty since 1838 when the South Australia Police was formed.

Police Remembrance Day is observed on September 29 as it marks the Feast of the Archangel, St Michael, who was always fighting evil.


BUT will be held on the 28th of September this year.

2012

 
 

 






... forever in our hearts”

 

National Police Remembrance Day

Memorial Service

 

South Australia Police invites you to attend the National Police

Remembrance Day Memorial Service, to honour those police

officers who were killed in the performance of their duty.

 

 

Friday, 28th September 2012

At 11 am

Wall of Remembrance

Police Academy, Strathfield Terrace, Taperoo

 

Light refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the service

Enquiries to SAPOL Special Events Officer, telephone 820 42229.


 

 





SOUTH AUSTRALIA POLICE
ROLL OF HONOUR.

 
 

 


 


 
 

Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Site map | Tell a Friend
© 2012  South Australian Police Historical
Society Incorporated.  All Rights Reserved.
This web site first established on November 23rd 2000.
Web development by Charlie Tredrea