Central North Police Commander, Superintendent Andrew Hurst, will join officers and distinguished guests at Anglican Church in Bourke for a service to honour fallen police tomorrow (Friday 27 September 2019).
This year marks the 30-year anniversary of National Police Remembrance Day. The ceremony will commemorate the service and sacrifice of 273 members of the NSW Police Force who have lost their lives in the line of duty and through injury or illness since the formation of the NSW Police Force in 1862.
Local media are invited to attend the service.
Please direct media inquiries to Western Region Media Liaison Officer Elouise Hawkey on 0436 912 172 or [email protected]
WHEN: 9.45am tomorrow (Friday 27 September 2019)
WHERE: Anglican Church
WHO: Superintendent Andrew Hurst, members of the NSW Police Force and distinguished guests