Assistance

Queensland Police Legacy SchemeThe Queensland Police Legacy Scheme assists the eligible* dependent families of deceased sworn Queensland Police Officers, the dependent families of Queensland Police Officers whose spouse has died and the families of serving Queensland Police Officers where a parent is suffering a terminal illness.

As at October 2017, Police Legacy is supporting 56 families consisting of:

– 41 families of deceased Queensland police officers
– 12 families of serving officers whose spouse has died
– 3 families of serving officers who have a parent suffering a terminal illness.

Police Legacy is meeting the educational expenses of 90 dependent children:

– 21 legatees are studying at University
– 3 legatees are at TAFE
– 6 legatees are taking a Gap Year with the intention of continuing their studies next year
– 29 legatees are in Secondary schooling
– 26 legatees are in Primary School or Prep
– 5 legatees are under school age

Police Legacy’s commitment to these eligible families is long-term and on-going.

Queensland Police Legacy also assists the PALS Group and QPLSWA (membership of these groups is made up of widow/ers whose families formerly received financial assistance from the QPLS).

– Social functions
– Personal security alarm systems

*Families remain eligible to receive assistance until the dependent children complete their education, or the surviving parent remarries or the surviving parent has been in a de facto relationship that has endured for a period of more than 2 years.