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Release date: Fri 4 September 2015

Last updated: Wed 16 September 2015

Victoria Police Memorial

Victoria Police Memorial - Kings Domain Gardens

Opened in 2002, the Victoria Police Memorial situated in Kings Domain Gardens, Melbourne, stands as a dedication and constant reminder of the service provided by those brave men and women who have been killed in the line of duty.

The memorial is a tribute to police who have had their lives brought to a tragic and abrupt end. The memorial is a fitting reminder of the sacrifice each have made to provide a safe and secure community.

Address:  St Kilda Road, Kings Domain, Melbourne, 3000
Closest Tram Stop: St Kilda Road and Grant Street - stop number 17  (available via Route 3/3a,5,6,8,16,64,67 and 72)
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National Police Remembrance Day


National Police Remembrance Day: Tuesday 29 September, 2015

National Police Remembrance Day is a time for members of Victoria Police and the community to honour the dedicated men and women who have died serving their community.

In Victoria, the Blue Ribbon Foundation also holds Blue Ribbon Day on 29 September to coincide with National Police Remembrance Day.

Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance

The annual Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance is a national ride from police memorials around the country to the National Police Memorial in Canberra.

Victorian Wall to Wall riders are heading to the National Police Memorial in Canberra to remember their mates who have fallen. Members of Victoria Police will join with others and leave Victoria Police Memorial in Kings Domain on Friday 11 September to arrive in Canberra on Saturday 12 September for the ceremony at the National Memorial.

The ride raises money for Police Legacies across Australia. Victoria Police Legacy (VPL) will use money donated to it to support police families in Victoria who have lost a partner or parent.

For further information on Victoria Police Legacy visit

National Police Remembrance Day services 

Tuesday 29 September, 2015

The National Police Remembrance Day service will be held on Tuesday, 29 September with a metropolitan service and regional services across the state to recognise police who have died in the line of duty. 

Metropolitan service at 10am

Participants are to gather in the south-bound service lane on St Kilda Road, between Princes Bridge and Linlithgow Avenue at 10am for the parade.

A service will follow at the Victoria Police Memorial, Kings Domain.

End of Day Reflection at 4pm

Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Corner 5th Road and 6th Avenue, Springvale (Melway 591 K6)

Springvale Botanical Cemetery is pleased to offer an open invitation to all police members and their families to the official closing of National Police Remembrance Day.

The End of Day Reflection and the lowering of the Police Ensign will commence at 4pm.

Informal Lighting of Candles of Remembrance at 6pm

Victoria Police Academy, View Mount Road, Glen Waverley.

An opportunity to light a candle in memory of police members who have died, including retired Victoria Police members, will be held on Tuesday, 29 September from 6pm to 7.45 pm in the Victoria Police Academy Chapel in Glen Waverley. (Current and retired Victoria Police employees and their families as well as the families of deceased Victoria Police employees only)

Please feel free to come and go at any stage during this time.

This is an inter-faith observance and will conclude with a formal reading of names entered into the Remembrance Book in recent weeks by families and friends of former members. The book is located on the Altar in the Chapel of Remembrance (Blue Chapel). Names may be added at any time until the 'commendation' at 7.45pm.

Brief prayers led by Senior Police Chaplain Reverend Dr John Broughton will conclude the observance.

Regional services


St Peter's Anglican Church, 1307 Sturt Street, Ballarat
Light refreshments in the Parish hall afterwards


Benalla Police Station memorial garden, Bridge Street, Benalla
Followed by refreshments


RSL Forecourt Memorial, Pall Mall, Bendigo
If inclement weather 10.30am Bendigo RSL, Havilah Road, North Bendigo


Bright RSL, 6a Camp Street, Bright


Colac police station, front entrance car park, Queen Street, Colac
Followed by morning tea in the Guide Hall next to the station


Frankston RSL, 183 Cranbourne Road, Frankston
Colour party from Frankston Uniform as well as naval staff from HMAS Cerberus and Frankston High School Choir also attending


Hamilton Uniting Church, 113 Lonsdale Street, Hamilton


Gather outside the police station in Roberts Avenue for procession to St Michael and John's Catholic Church, corner McLachlan and Urquhart Streets for service.
Lunch served in Parish Hall after service, all welcome



Victoria Police Forensic Services Centre
Forensic Drive, Macleod
(Victoria Police personnel only)


Greek Orthodox Church, 314 Deakin Avenue, Mildura

Port Campbell

Port Campbell police station, 61 Lord Street, Port Campbell 
BBQ preceding service


Rosebud RSL, 117 Eastbourne Road, Rosebud


St Mary's Catholic Cathedral, Corner Pearson and Foster Streets, Sale


Seymour Police Station, 58 Tallarook Street, Seymour


St Paul's Lutheran Church, 54 Poplar Avenue, Shepparton


Sunshine RSL, 99 Dickson Street, Sunshine 
Light refreshments from 12.15pm

Swan Hill

St Mary's Catholic Church, 62 Splatt Street, Swan Hill


Traralgon RSL, 109-116 Grey, Traralgon


Christ Church, Henna Street, Warrnambool
(just around the corner from the Warrnambool Police Station)


Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 283 Beechworth Road, Wodonga



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