• National Police Remembrance Day

    National Police Remembrance Day  September 29th  Commenced by the Queensland Police Union for police, their families and the community   In... Read More
  • HS: Radars to stay in Queensland police hands

    POLICE will continue to operate speed and red light cameras and conduct wide-load escorts because the State Government can’t find anyone to do it... Read More
  • CNET: Queensland police mapping crime scenes with 3D scanner

    The last we saw of Zebedee, it was being used to create a 3D scan of the interior of the Tower of Pisa in Italy. But it seems there's a lot more to... Read More
  • BT: Leeding family relieved by guilty verdicts

    "We've got the bastards." That was how one member of Gold Coast detective Damian Leeding's family described their relief after a jury found two... Read More
  • ABC: Police checking on baby's sudden death

    Police are investigating the death of a newborn baby at Hervey Bay in southern Queensland. Police say they were notified of the infant's death at a... Read More
  • ABC: Qld police to vote on union pay dea

    Queensland's 11,000 police officers are set to receive annual pay rises of 2.2 per cent over the next three years. The Queensland Police Union... Read More
  • BT: Drive-by shooting in Brisbane's north

    Police are investigating a drive-by shooting in Brisbane’s north. Shots were fired at a home in Caradon Street, Albany Creek, hitting a door and a... Read More
  • BT: Police hunt gunman over Brisbane shooting

    Queensland police are searching for a gunman after a shooting on Brisbane's northside last night. A 20-year-old man was shot in the leg at a house... Read More
  • CM: Speeders avoid traffic fines by nominating another person to accumulate demerit points

    HIGH-speed offenders are using a loophole in the traffic camera system to remain on the roads - and police do not have the resources to stop... Read More