Federal Police at Bold Park Community School


The students got a surprise today, when they arrived to see three Federal Police officers in the classroom! Happily, it was for a good reason. It turns out that a Police Community Officer had received our “Thank You” notes from our forensics work in 2013!

Yesterday’s visit gave students some insight into the variety of roles police play in our community, and the differences between State and Federal police.

As a thank you for our “Thank you”, they sent out 3 Police Officers, (well, 4 if you count the dog…); two from Community Protection, which includes protecting dignitaries on community visits, or monitoring and liaising with protesters, and one Canine team. After a talk and some questions, it was time to put our four-  legged friend through his paces.


It appears our English teacher (Erin) may have some hobbies to disclose (only joking!). Our canine friend was able to “scent out” the issue immediately.


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