Police seeks fresh clues over ramming of police officer killed in road attack

Police seeks fresh clues over ramming of p더킹 카지노olice officer killed in road attack


The Australian Federal Police has offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who can find the woman who was allegedly the driver who struck and killed a police officer on a Sydney bus in November.

The officer who died is the first person murdered in the line of duty in more than 20 years in the Metropolitan Police’s East Coast District.

It was the latest incident to highlight mounting tension within police forces since the release of the Police Foundation’s 2016 National Police Standards Program.

Police Foundation executive director, Pauline Green, said she saw the driver’s actions before the fatal crash but did not see the details.

“She had a lot of anger, a lot of grief and all of that,” Ms Green told ABC News Radio.

“She was very angry about being targeted, she had become very disillusioned and that’s why she struck the officer and it really upset her.”

Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) assistant commissioner Mark Graham said the 룰렛officer — who was from the Queensland Police Force — had been on the job for 18 months.

“At the end of the day, when a police officer is killed at a traffic stop, it’s time for the community to come forward to make sure this is not repeated,” Mr Graham said.

“I think it’s important that we not allow anger within communities to fuel a criminal enterprise.”

He said police could not 블랙 잭give any reason why the woman drove at the police officer.

“The driver has been charged with a traffic offence as per the Police Foundation’s National Police Standards Program,” Mr Graham said.

“When she turns up, we’ve got her to assist in the investigation as well.

“But as the investigation continues, as we learn more information and as more evidence surfaces, there are steps we can take as a community, police as a community, to prevent this happening in the future.

“That’s really the reason we need to be working together to keep families safe and we’ll continue to do so.”

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