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Tag: Brice Steele

  • APJ AWARDS
    Presentation of Awards for Prize Winning Articles
  • POLICE – TASMANIA
    Commissioner Richard McCreadie Signs Off Deputy Commissioner Jack Johnson Appointed His Successor
  • POLICE – AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE
    Building Sino-Australian Relations: Tribute to AFP Commander Brice Steele
  • POLICE – NEW SOUTH WALES
    Cops! – Senior Constable Paul Jones: A Truly Inspirational Officer
  • HOMICIDE
    They Walk Amongst Us
  • HOMICIDE
    ‘But Dad … What Exactly Do You Do?’ The Death of Francis Sale
  • RAIL DISASTER
    Off the Rails – The Waterfall Train Crash
  • HOMICIDE
    The Murders of Somjai Insamran and Phuangsri Kroksamrong
  • MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
    One Man’s Trash – Is Another Man’s Treasure
  • HISTORICAL
    Slang – used by Police and others a century ago! Part Two
  • POLICE EQUIPMENT
    Police Crash Puts ‘Xplore’ PC to the Ultimate Test
  • POLICE FLAGS
    South Australia Police
  • REMEMBER THE FALLEN
    Sergeant Colin ‘Col’ McKenzie
  • POLICE – NEW SOUTH WALES
    Commissioner Ken Moroney Signs Off
    Cops! – Phil Peters, Editor – Australian Police Journal and Retired Duty Officer
  • POLICE DEATHS
    Remembrance Day
  • DRUG TRAFFICKING
    Sea Chase – Pursuit and Capture of the Pong Su
  • BOOK REVIEWS
    Police Corruption
    Police Ethics Crisis in Law Enforcement
    Tasmanian Crime Stories
  • POLICE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
    Community Contact – The Future for Australian Policing and Technology
  • HOMICIDE
    Cold Case – The Unsolved Murder of Edgar Geer
  • CUSTOMS – AUSTRALIA
    Marine Patrol – The National Marine Unit of the Australian Customs Service
  • POLICE FLAGS
    Western Australia Police
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