Road safety starts at childhood

Last week, Adopt-A-Cop Constable Chris Smith and other police officers from the Road Policing Unit, attended Samford State School. The QPS officers taught year one students all about road and pedestrian safety, tying in with their health unit of learning how to take care of themselves and their bodies. Through the Adopt-A-Cop program, Constable Smith […]

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Update 2: Sunnybank shooting

Police investigating the shooting of a man and woman at Sunnybank on Saturday morning, June 22 are appealing for public assistance to help locate 38-year-old Sunnybank Hills man Brendyn Clark, who may be able to assist with the investigation. He is described as Caucasian, approximately 175cms tall with a slim build, very short sandy/ginger hair […]

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Stolen property located, Keperra

Ferny Grove Police are trying to locate the owners of $2,000 worth of stolen property. The property is suspected of being taken from businesses in north Brisbane. Detectives stumbled across the property, alleged to have been stolen over the past month, when they executed a search warrant at a house in Keperra. The items include […]

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Help protect schools during the winter break

Today, members of the Inner West Patrol Group attended Ferny Grove State High School for their Coffee with a Cop event. Officers were joined by local neighbourhood watch members and teaching staff of the local school and spent the morning mingling with a coffee in hand to keep them warm. It was an opportunity for […]

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Protest – Brisbane City

Police in Brisbane were kept busy with a large-scale protest which started in the city CBD before moving to South Brisbane. The Queensland Police Service (QPS) has undertaken a significant amount of planning with a variety of stakeholders regarding anticipated highly planned, well organised and often illegal protest activity by Issue Motivated Groups (IMGs) and […]

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Inner West crime wrap, June 24 – June 30

Break and enter dwelling The total number of burglaries in the Inner West Patrol Group this past week was nine. Suburb Street Time Entry method Property stolen Date Arana Hills Hawkes Avenue Between dates Forced front door Motor vehicle 27/06/2019 – 28/06/2019 Ashgrove Todd Street Unknown Insecure rear door Unknown at this stage 26/06/2019 Ashgrove […]

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Theives targeting vehicles

Police are warning vehicle owners that within the past couple of days, thieves have targeted several vehicles in the following streets: Macquarie Street, Saint Lucia Grimes Street, Auchenflower Campbell Street, Toowong The targeted vehicles were broken into during both the day and night. At the time of the offences, the vehicles were located in underground […]

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Ashgrove crime wrap, June 27

Police from the Inner West Patrol Group (IWPG) are advising residents of Ashgrove that within the recent weeks, thieves have been targeting vehicles and homes in the Inner West areas. Disturbingly, in a large number of cases the vehicles and homes are reported to be unsecured. Experience shows that if you make it easy for […]

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My Story: Sergeant Billy Li, Cultural Advisory Officer

Think policing is all car chases, blaring sirens and handcuffing perps? Think again! https://d2haxmvzil2swt.cloudfront.net/uploads/2019/06/26/82747_4_Billy_Li_Recruit_Video.undefined.mp4 Download Video Sergeant Billy Li is a branch manager for PCYC in the Whitsundays. Before he took that role and when we caught up with him he was a Cultural Advisory Officer with the Queensland Police Service (QPS) Cultural Engagement Unit, […]

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‘School Watch’ – Look, listen, report

With the end of school term two upon us and the school holidays just around the corner, police are seeking the assistance of the wider community to help keep our school grounds safe. While students and teachers enjoy a break away, unfortunately schools can become a target for offences such as graffiti, arson, trespass and […]

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