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Published on Apr 28, 2012
The 150th Anniversary of Policing was celebrated in the state's west this weekend, with a Police Spectacular, a gala dinner and a police march, highlighting a rich policing history in the area.
A three-day 'Police Spectacular' was held at Dubbo Showground from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 April 2012.
NSW Police Commissioner, Mr Andrew Scipione APM, officially open the event at 12pm (Friday 27 April 2012), which was also be attended by Acting Western Region Commander, Acting Assistant Commissioner Geoff Mckechnie.
The spectacular showcased the history of the 11 Local Area Commands that make up the Western Region and featured displays by specialised units that assist local police, including PolAir, Dog Unit and Traffic and Highway Patrol.
Also on display was a range of historical memorabilia from Aboriginal trackers, policing technology and a number of other Emergency Services that work alongside Western Region police.
"We have much to remember, much to commemorate and much to celebrate from the last 150 years and we are hoping as many people as possible can join us in Dubbo this weekend."