Mount Isa Police recognise their finest

Senior Sergeant Brad Inskip receiving the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force International Law Enforcement Co-operation Medal from Commissioner Ian Stewart.
Senior Sergeant Brad Inskip receiving the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force International Law Enforcement Co-operation Medal from Commissioner Ian Stewart.

Mount Isa Police recently held a District Police Awards Ceremony to recognise their contributions to the Queensland Police Service.

The 30 recipients comprised of sworn officers ranking from Constable to Superintendent, and also included unsworn officers in both administrative and technical areas.

All recipients were honoured and humbled by the nominations, with most acknowledging they ‘were just doing their job’.

Mount Isa District Officer, Superintendent Glen Pointing said everyday our people are performing dedicated and skilled work amongst our community – both locally, Statewide and even Internationally.

Superintendent Glen Pointing receiving the 35 Year Clasp to the Queensland Police Service Medal from Commissioner Ian Stewart.

Superintendent Glen Pointing receiving the 35 Year Clasp to the Queensland Police Service Medal from Commissioner Ian Stewart.

“It is important to acknowledge their achievements and professionalism. I congratulate them all,” he said.

The Queensland Police Service Commissioner and members of the Executive Leadership Team also attended the local ceremony.

Commissioner Stewart offered his heartfelt congratulations to all award recipients and thanked them for their continued commitment and dedication.

The medal ceremony was attended by friends and families of the recipient officers and was held at the Good Shepherd Catholic Church.