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More than a thousand NSW
police officers have joined
their colleagues from across
the country for the eighth
annual Wall to Wall: Ride for
Hundreds of riders rode
through this region from
Victorian on Saturday morning.
The charity event is a police
memorial motorbike ride that
commemorates the service and
sacrifices of fallen Australian
police, raises funds in support
of fallen officers’ families and
promotes motorcycle safety.
NSW Police Assistant
Commissioner Mark Jenkins
and Minister for Police Troy
Grant gathered for a ceremony
in The Domain on Saturday
September 16, with serving
and retired members, sworn
and unsworn, and other
friends, family and proud
supporters of police.
The group of riders travelled
from Sydney to the National Police
Memorial in Canberra, where the NSW
contingent met NSW Police Commissioner
“The police family are a close-knit group
who support each other and their families
in a way which makes me very proud,”
Commissioner Fuller said.
For the first time the ride has partnered
with the Centre for Road Safety, promoting
Towards Zero – the road safety campaign
that highlights the human element of the
road toll and encourages all road users to
change the way we think about road safety.
The riders departed The Domain and be
escorted along the Cahill Expressway and
over the Sydney Harbour Bridge before
travelling along the M2, M7 and Hume
As the group travels south along the
Hume Highway, riders who commenced
their journey from Kiama and Dubbo joined
Assistant Commissioner Jenkins said
the ride is a special commemorative event,
developed by mates to honour fallen
“Wall to Wall is a wonderful
commemorative and social event and
displays a great sense of camaraderie,
mateship and pride,” Assistant
said. “The ride begins at
various locations across the
country – each location a
sacred place of remembrance
for police – where we collect a
baton to deliver to the National
Police Memorial.” The names
of any officers who have died in
the past year are added to the
National Wall of Remembrance.
“While we are thankful the
NSW scroll is blank this year,
our colleagues at Queensland
Police will sadly add the name
of Senior Constable Brett Forte,
who was shot and killed in the
line of duty in May 2017 at
the Lockyer Valley,” Assistant
Commissioner Jenkins said. All
funds raised during the Wall
to Wall ride by the NSW
contingent will go toward NSW
Police Legacy. NSW Police
Legacy provides care and
support to more than 20,000
serving and retired police officers and
their families during times of tragedy and
need. For more information about NSW
Police Legacy, visit: www.policelegacynsw.
org.au. Donations can be made at: www.
Pictured: The riders set off in a group from
Sharp Street Cooma on Saturday morning.
Hundreds transit region in Wall to Wall ride
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