National Police Remembrance Day

National Police Remembrance Day is this Thursday.

It’s an important and solemn day for us to remember the 175 police officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving with Victoria Police.

This year, PVV is honoured to have been invited to lay a wreath on behalf of all veterans. We would love to see as many of you as possible to attend the formal service, to be followed by a social gathering hosted by PVV at Chloe’s Bar, Y & J Hotel.

We’d like to remind our veterans that they are not required to march, should they wish not to. Simply attending the service holds great significance on the day.

VIP & Police Parking, Memorial Site

Event details

Arrival time: 9.30-9:40am

Time of event March: 10.00-10.10am

Service: 10.20-11.20am
At 11:06am, David McGowan, Chief Executive Officer of Police Veterans Victoria will join in the laying of wreaths on behalf of veterans.

Departure time: 11.30am, light refreshments will continue until 12:00

Location March: commences at St Kilda Road service lane, south of Princes Bridge

Service: Police Memorial (Tom’s Block), St Kilda Road, Melbourne

Medal details: Commonwealth awards such as the Australian Police Medal, National Police Service Medal and National Medal are worn on the left breast.

State awards such as the Valour Award, Victoria Police Star and Victoria Police Service Medal are worn on the right breast.

Relatives of men or women who have been awarded medals may wear them on their right breast.

Wearing a ribbon for National Police Remembrance Day should be worn on the right hand side (directly above the name tag).

Site Plan

We look forward to seeing our veterans on the day.

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