Blue Ribbon Day is 29 September, which coincides with National Police Remembrance Day.

Blue Ribbon Day is a chance for the community to say thank you to those who protect and serve our community and ensure that those who have fallen are never forgotten.

This year it means more than ever. 2020 has been a difficult year and it has been especially challenging for Victoria Police, tragically losing four members in April and now supporting our efforts in the fight against COVID-19.

We hope you will support this campaign to remember the 170 Victoria Police Officers who have died in the line of duty and say thank you to all Victoria Police officers for their work in serving and protecting our community.

Get involved

Wear a blue ribbon – The blue ribbon is a visual symbol of your remembrance of the police officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice. It is also a symbol of support for our serving members. 

Donate to our Blue Ribbon Day Appeal – We remember lives by saving others. Building new and improved emergency facilities in Victorian hospitals that are then named in memory of fallen officers. 

Turn Victoria Blue – Decorate your workplace, front fence or balcony in blue ribbons to show your support for Victoria Police. 

Get involved on social media – Show your support via social media using the hashtags #BlueRibbonDay2020  #BRD2020

Find out more from remember.org.au (External link)