Our award winning WA Police Pipe Band will be performing again at this year’s Royal Show!
Pop down and say hello to the band and listen to them perform.They will be on stage near the Plaza Food Court daily from 2.30pm (map ref F2).
The Police Pavilion Exhibition (map ref H5) also features a pipe band officer uniform and cool information about its origin.
Make sure you visit to #GetToKnowUs!
Source: Western Australia Police (Facebook)
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Over the past couple of weeks, local tweeps on Twitter looked for and identified the most creative photos taken and posted by WA’s very talented officers. Today, True Blue Line presents the photos selected by the community to run in the contest – see the photos.
Western Australia’s Police stations were asked to tag their photos with #creativecopspics to show off their creativity and skills and compete with other WA Police stations in a fun and friendly contest.
The voting on Wednesday will be open to everyone and you will have the opportunity to vote on the best entry from 5PM WST on Wednesday 15th July. Bookmark/favorite this page or follow True Blue Line on Twitter to make sure you do not miss out!
Huge thanks to WA Police and WA’s tweeps for getting on board with this initiative to show WA policing in a new creative way and kudos to Marty for starting this initiative in the first place.
Remember, the voting will start this Wednesday at 5PM!
Major Crash Investigators are currently investigating a fatal crash that occurred in Port Hedland on Tuesday 30 June 2015.
At about 6.30pm a 23 year old man from Port Hedland was driving a white Toyota Landcruiser west along Wilson Street Port Hedland. At the same time a 65 year old man from South Hedland and was travelling east along Wilson Street on a red Harley Davidson Motorcycle. The two vehicles collided at the intersection of Cooke Point Drive.
The rider of the motorcycle was thrown from the bike over the Landcruiser and onto the carriageway. He was given immediate first aid at the scene but unfortunately died a short time later in hospital from his injuries.
The driver of the Landcruiser was not injured in the crash.
The investigation is ongoing and detectives are seeking anyone who may have seen the motorcycle or the Toyota Landcruiser before the crash or the crash itself.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
via Western Australia Police.