Redland Bay water police barge has a jail and gun locker

By Hannah Baker
Updated November 5 2018 - 11:16am, first published November 2 2018 - 5:50pm
TOP JOB: Foodbank Queensland chief executive Michael Rose, Redlands MP Kim Richards, Queensland Police Service commissioner Ian Stewart and Inspector Trevor Gould launched Queensland Police Service's Foodbank drive using Redland Bay water police's bigger barge. Photo: Hannah Baker
TOP JOB: Foodbank Queensland chief executive Michael Rose, Redlands MP Kim Richards, Queensland Police Service commissioner Ian Stewart and Inspector Trevor Gould launched Queensland Police Service's Foodbank drive using Redland Bay water police's bigger barge. Photo: Hannah Baker

A THREE-car barge with a gun locker and holding cell is just about ready for use by Redland Bay water police, pending the connection of electricity and water to a pontoon at Weinam Creek.

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