Gayn­dah Po­lice are cur­rent faces of QPS

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

GAYN­DAH Po­lice of­fi­cers Sergeant Josh Ryan and Con­sta­ble Bren­dan Flo­rance have been thrust into the spot­light as the new faces on the Queens­land Po­lice Ser­vice Face­book cover photo.

“It is en­cour­ag­ing to see that the work not only the Gayn­dah Po­lice, but all small coun­try sta­tions, do is being recog­nised,” Sgt Ryan said.

“For Bren­dan and I to be given this op­por­tu­nity is a re­flec­tion of the hard work we are do­ing but more im­por­tantly it shows how the com­mu­nity has a pos­i­tive in­flu­ence on our polic­ing lives.”

The pic­ture was taken as part of a short film made by QPS ti­tled Bound­less Duty along with five other coun­try sta­tions to broad­cast the lives of coun­try po­lice of­fi­cers.

“The con­cept is to prompt polic­ing in ru­ral and iso­lated towns and to show that it’s very re­ward­ing both pro­fes­sion­ally and per­son­ally,” Sgt Ryan said.


GAYN­DAH PO­LICE: Sergeant Josh Ryan (left) and Con­sta­ble Bren­dan Flo­rance (right) are loving their time in the coun­try.

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