Release date: Thu 5 March 2015
Last updated: Wed 11 March 2015
This edition of Police Life highlights the Anzac Centenary and remembers the 138 police who served in World War I, 27 of whom lost their lives.
It also emphasises what police are doing to tackle alcohol-related crime, including an Australian-first program which aims to reduce alcohol dependence and associated destructive behaviours.
The Autumn Police Life puts a spotlight on:
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