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Policing in Australia Since 1788 - In the Line of Duty
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Last camel patrol

NT 1949
Australian News and Information Bureau, National Library of Australia

Sand dune country, typical of Constable Brown's 'beat', the largest in the world covering thousands of square kilometres. Constable Brown is Warden of Mines, Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths, collector of Public Monies, Inspector of Stock and Protector of Aborigines. He set out from Finke Police Station on one of the last of Australia's mounted camel patrols in 1949.

Queensland Commissioner of Police J Smith 19491954
Recruits outside Russell Street Police Station
Signal training
Building a snowman outside the ACT Police Station, 1949
Fording a river