A big day for the Police last Saturday at Injune as officers from Roma joined with the local forces to celebrate at the Injune Community and Emergency Services day held at the Injune Police Station grounds.
The event was hosted by the Injune Local Ambulance Committee in conjunction with the Officer in Charge of Injune Station, Sergeant Dion Horn.
It was an information packed event with Queensland Ambulance Service and Queensland Fire and Rescue Service also attending, along with a number of community services providing information about the services they offer.
Scenes of Crimes officer, Senior Constable Paul Klix also hosted a demonstration about fingerprinting methods with a lot of children and adults joining in.
Acting Senior Sergeant Scott Jackson from Major and Organised Crime Squad (Rural) and Roma District Crime Prevention Unit also attended, providing information and advice for the local community.
More than 100 people took part in the event and Police say they’re looking forward to staging the event again in the future.