On Wednesday June 12, officers from Boondall Station rolled into Aspley Special School with red and blue flashing lights.

Police from Crime Prevention Unit and the Road Policing Command were armed and ready to face the serious and prolonged questioning from the students of the school covering the following topic areas:

  • Introduce yourself by your name and the duties you do as police officer;
  • How did you make a decision to become a police officer;
  • Explain the uniform and the gear you carry;
  • The role of the police officers in the community; and
  • How police supports young people in the community (cyber safety, personal safety, cyber bullying).

Officers in attendance must have passed the school test as they were all issued with certificates of appreciation.

The students were then given some beautiful home made clothing, bag and beanies made the lovely Uniforms 4 Kids (U4K) volunteer sewers from North Brisbane, Maria & Chris, who re-purpose old emergency service uniforms into clothing for kids in need.

Read the full article on the myPolice North Brisbane website here.

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