Constable Ron Brown (centre) was a camel patrolman, an officer-in-charge of the Finke Police Station in Australia's Northern Territory. His 'beat' touched the borders of three states: South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland. It would typically take him three or four months to complete his annual patrol.                                       	Photo Credit: National Archives of Australia

Constable Ron Brown (centre) was a camel patrolman, an officer-in-charge of the Finke Police Station in Australia's Northern Territory. His 'beat' touched the borders of three states: South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland. It would typically take him three or four months to complete his annual patrol. Photo Credit: National Archives of Australia

Constable Ron Brown about to leave Finke Police Station for his annual camel patrol of the NT, 20 January, 1949. Here , he's shown in sand dune country, typical of his beat. A Northern Territory policeman was Warden of Mines, Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Collector of Public Monies, and Inspector of Stock and Protector of Aborigines.                                         	Photo Credit: National Archives of Australia

Constable Ron Brown about to leave Finke Police Station for his annual camel patrol of the NT, 20 January, 1949. Here , he's shown in sand dune country, typical of his beat. A Northern Territory policeman was Warden of Mines, Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Collector of Public Monies, and Inspector of Stock and Protector of Aborigines. Photo Credit: National Archives of Australia

Course 37 - 1982 Cavenagh St Barracks  - Single Blokes

Course 37 - 1982 Cavenagh St Barracks - Single Blokes

NT Belt Badge

Belt Badge of Northern Territory Police

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