Wall to Wall Ride 2016 Photo Gallery

The annual Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance is a national ride from police memorials around the country to the National Police Memorial in Canberra.

Legatees and representatives from the various State and Territory Police Forces at the National Police Memorial Wall in Canberra at the end of the Wall to Wall Remembrance Ride with the batons they carried. The batons contain the names of police members who have passed away during the preceding year. Legatee James Kilmartin represented Victoria.

Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton AM handing the Victorian baton to Legatee James Kilmartin at the start of the Wall to Wall Remembrance Ride at the Victoria Police Memorial in St Kilda Road, Melbourne.

Legatee James Kilmartin with ride organiser, Sergeant Ian Marr of Victoria Police at the start of the Wall to Wall Remembrance Ride.  James travelled as a pillion passenger on the back of Ian’s motorcycle from Melbourne to the National Police Memorial in Canberra.

Legatees James Kilmartin and his mother Andrea Kilmartin with Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton AM before the Wall to Wall Remembrance Ride to Canberra commences.

Legatee James Kilmartin with Assistant Commissioner Doug Fryer APM placing the Victorian Baton at the National Police Remembrance Wall in Canberra in memory of deceased members of Victoria Police.