QUEENSLAND POLICE MUSEUM
About the Queensland Police Museum (QPS Headquarters, 200 Roma St, Brisbane)
In 1864 Queensland became the fifth state to gain its own police department and since then every element of policing practice has evolved dramatically. The Queensland Police Museum is dedicated to collecting, documenting, preserving and exhibiting the history of policing in this state. The curator Lisa Jones, has created a wonderful collection incorporating the Museum’s 25 displays illustrating the evolution of various aspects of policing in Queensland across the last 157 years. You can also experience the new Augmented Reality Crime Scene.
Tour limits – Maximum 20 people – reserve you place when you register for the convention.