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CONDON, William 'Bill'

Constable William Bryan Condon was born on December 24 1922 and joined the NT Police on 18 January 1949. He was killed in the execution of his duty in Katherine on the 9th of June 1952, aged 29. At the time he was stationed at Maranboy Police Station.

Constable Bill Condon was buried in Katherine and a plaque was erected outside the police station (then located in Giles Street) inscribed "Killed in the execution of his duty". Constable Condon was posthumously awarded the King’s Police and Fire Service Medal for Gallantry.

Image donated by Paul Coolahan

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