Police tape is shown wrapped around the trunk of a tree.
Walker Fountain water feature is shown in Kings Domain.
The National Police Remembrance Day parade travels down St Kilda Road in Melbourne, Victoria. This includes the Police Mounted Branch, police motorcycles and the Police Pipe Band.
Chief Commissioner of Police Shane Patton APM marches with VIPs, followed by Police Executive Command, Police Command, Valour Award recipients and uniform police officers in order of rank.
The Police Overseas Service Association Victoria and the Retired Police Association of Victoria walk in the parade with their banners.
The Police Pipe Band march while playing their instruments.
The Victoria Police Flag is escorted by the ensign party.
A member of the Police Pipe Band plays a bagpipe.
Reverend Jim Jung, Senior Police Chaplain, welcomes attendees in front of the Victoria Police Memorial.
Ms Carmel Arthur APM gives an address in front of the Victoria Police Memorial.
Chief Commissioner of Police Shane Patton, joined by family members, unveils the 2022 plaque on the Police Memorial Honour Wall and salutes.
The ensign and escorts march into the Victoria Police Memorial while the Police Pipe Band plays.
Victoria Police uniform police officers are shown saluting.
A member of Victoria Police sings the Australian National Anthem in front of the Victoria Police Memorial.
Chief Commissioner of Police Shane Patton is shown laying a floral wreath at the Victoria Police Memorial and saluting.
The Victoria Police Pipe Band are playing their instruments while the ensign and escorts march out of the Victoria Police Memorial.
Attendees look at the Police Memorial Honour Wall at the Victoria Police Memorial.
Floral wreaths are shown laid around a tiled Victoria Police logo at the Victoria Police Memorial.
The video closes with text reading: National Police Remembrance Day, Thursday 29 September 2022.
Reviewed 18 October 2022