The new special edition Constable T Bears are available at the Benalla Police Station.December 21, 2012 4:57am
Benalla's Acting Senior Sergeant Bob Davis, Acting Sergeant Damian Melnyk and Constable Ben Stewart show off the new limited edition Constable T Bear
The new Victoria Police general duties uniforms have burst onto the scene at Benalla — even if it is only on the new special-edition Constable T Bears at this stage.
The bear is the 13th edition since the fundraiser began raising money for Blue Ribbon Foundation.
With just 10,
Priced at $55 and featuring the dark blue shirt with Victoria Police patches, black tie with metal tie pin and the new dark blue cap fitted with an authorised replica of the VicPol hat badge, the bear comes in a presentation box that highlights the history of Victoria Police uniforms.
Bears will be available at Benalla Police station for a limited time so call in or visit www.remember.org.au and click on ‘merchandise’.
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