Below are 16 stories from 1867 to 2011. For many more policing stories please visit the the QPM Blog.
The murder of Constables John Power and Patrick Cahill by Gold Commissioner Thomas Griffin.
Woogaroo / Goodna Police Station.
The murder of William Dwyer by Wild Toby.
The Gatton Murders - still unsolved.
The first fingerprint comparison success.
Rewan, the first dedicated police horse stud.
Police officers disguised as “hobos” 'jump the rattler' to detect breaches of the railway laws.
A riot at Parramatta Park in Cairns during the depression.
A cyclone almost blows Coen away.
A murder charge leads to the use of a very unusual piece of evidence.
Police officers swap patrolling Queensland for the streets of Cyprus.
The Emergency Squad leaps into action during a siege and hostage situation.
Queen Elizabeth comes to open Expo ’88 and police are on hand to maintain the security of the event.
The purpose built Queensland Police Headquarters building is the last in a long line of such organisational locations.
The Wildlife Response Unit does its best to stop poachers from taking wildlife and selling it onto the highest bidder.
The brave rescue of stranded passengers from a raging creek at Wujul Wujul.2011 Wujul Wujul Rescue