On Saturday May 25, seven police officers from around the country were escorted into Mount Isa City under lights as part of the tenth annual Wall to Wall - Ride of Remembrance.
The ride is a tribute that honours the many law enforcement officers killed in service and to raise funds for Police Legacy.
Although the annual ride is held later in the year, this ride saw batons delivered to each State Commissioner with the names of fallen officers inside the baton, as well as raising much needed funds for officers mental health.
Although each jurisdiction or state has their own legacy, Acting Sergeant Aimee Sewell said the officers gave a presentation about the services Queensland Police Legacy provides, while visiting Mount Isa.
"Another topic spoken about was mental health, as some of our officers are affected by Post Traumatic Stress and other mental illness," Acting Sergeant Sewell said.
"These kind of events help us to realise we need to be there for each other and support one another and to let someone know it'll be okay."
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