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Slain policeman farewelled today

Posted by: 2UE | 12 December, 2012 - 8:29 AM
Funeral today for slain policeman Bryson Anderson

Hundreds of people are expected to pack a Sydney church today to farewell slain Detective Bryson Anderson.

The 45-year-old, father of three will be sent off at St Patrick's Cathedral in Parramatta this afternoon - with the public also encouraged to attend.

Detective Inspector Anderson died last week after being stabbed while responding to a neighbourhood dispute at Oakville.

Police Association's Scott Webber says the force is continuing to stand tall with his wife and three kids.


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Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione gives the eulogy at the funeral for slain policeman Detective Inspector Bryson Anderson.

In a valedictory delivered to more than 1000 mourners at the Detective Inspector's funeral at St Patrick's Cathedral in Parramatta, Mr Scipione said Det Insp Bryson would posthumously receive the first clasp to the National Medal and the third clasp to the NSW Police Medal.

He says Det Insp Bryson was a tenacious and committed police officer, lived for the community, died serving it and deserved much better."

 

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