Activity: Honour Roll Investigation

Setting the scene

Part of the National Police Memorial includes a bronze commemorative wall measuring twenty seven metres long and over two metres in height. It is punctured by 1,200 plaques upon which the following information of the deceased police officers is engraved:

Each plaque is randomly located across the wall to reflect the random and unplanned nature of loss. Spaces on the commemorative wall left vacant to remind visitors of the fact that tragedy in the future is inevitable.

What to do

Your research should include reference to the following:

Provide your personal opinion on the following:

If possible, locate where the officer has been buried and:

Be creative

Research, and record in detail, the type of uniform worn by the police officer you researched.

Compare that uniform to the uniform worn by police officers, in the same state or territory, today and list the changes.