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From the Chief Operating Officer

06 February 2019

After six inspiring years, I have recently resigned as Chief Operating officer of NSW Police Legacy to take up a new position in the charity sector. Whilst there is great sadness in leaving your charity, I am looking forward to a new challenge.

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Inclusion of Special Constables

01 June 2017
As a part of the 30th Anniversary celebrations, NSW Police Legacy announced that their support now includes Special Constables of the NSW Police Force. The move marks an important milestone for the NSW Police Force charity, and one that arose from the need to develop a greater understanding of the contemporary nature of policing following the murder of Mr Curtis Cheng in October 2015 at the NSW Police Force Headquarters in Parramatta.
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30th Anniversary Family Day at Government House

22 May 2017
For several years now, NSW Police Legatees have looked forward to and enjoyed the annual Family Day event. The special day provides a wonderful opportunity for our community to gather and enjoy a fun-filled day with family and friends. This year, to mark the 30th Anniversary of the establishment of NSW Police Legacy, His Excellency, General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d), Governor of New South Wales and Mrs Hurley hosted a special “30th Anniversary NSW Police Legacy Family Day” at Government House.
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2017 Annual General Meeting

09 May 2017
The NSW Police Legacy Annual General Meeting was held on 9 May, and welcomed four new Directors to the Board of Management. Each of our Directors volunteer their time and energy to this charity with no reward or benefit, and we offer our sincere thanks to them.
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Kokoda Trek 2017

04 May 2017
In 2017, seven NSW Police Legacy Legatees challenged themselves both physically and mentally and set off to Papua New Guinea to complete the arduous journey across The Kokoda Track.
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Remembrance Bike Ride 2017

28 April 2017
Now in its fifth year, the NSW Police Legacy Remembrance Bike Ride got underway on Friday 28 April at the Wall of Remembrance at Sydney’s Domain and concluded on Sunday 30 April at the National Police Wall of Remembrance in Canberra. Each year the number of riders participating has grown, and also the amount of money raised for charity. This year was an all-time high with $115,000 being collected to help provide a range of benefits and services to our legatees.
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