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  • New Bio Page - Frank Cronshaw Visit the new Bio Page for Frank CRONSHAW and help us with additional details, comments or images. 
    Posted 24 Aug 2014, 05:13 by NT PM
  • Squad 20 found! A member of squad 20 noticed that his squad had been omitted from the website.  This simple typo has been rectified and the squad has its own page.  The challenge ...
    Posted 27 Mar 2014, 07:18 by NT PM
  • Foelsche Photo Collection added A number of photos taken by Foelsche have been added as a subpage to his biographical page.  It is an excellent collection of images of the early days of the ...
    Posted 12 Jan 2014, 06:26 by John Pini
  • New Page - Strathalbyn Police Station As we lead in to the anniversary of Foelsche's death a page has been added on his old station - Strathalbyn - which is now a regional museum. ...
    Posted 12 Jan 2014, 06:23 by John Pini
  • New Page - South Australia Police Museum A new page has been added about SAPM - follow the link to visit it or search using our site search.  SA Police Museum.  
    Posted 17 Dec 2013, 08:27 by NT PM
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First Raid - Bombing of Darwin from a police perspective.
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Hear the story of the bombing of Darwin from the perspective of the police members stationed here at the time.  Visit the Bombing of Darwin page.


The 'Citation' is the flagship magazine of the Northern Territory Police Museum and Historical Society.   It is a valuable resource and a great way to learn about our history.