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Victoria Police’s tribute to officer killed cycling at Sea Lake


School students across an entire Victorian country council will receive letters from their local police officers each week as part of touching tribute to fallen Leading Senior Constable Dennis Cox.

Senior Constable Cox, 47, tragically died earlier this month when he was hit by a car while riding his bike on the outskirts of his home town of Sea Lake in northwest Victoria.

Constable Cox had served as the town’s one-person station for the past eight years and was adored by the local community.

During his funeral service on Tuesday, Acting Inspector Brad Bennett revealed the force would honour the popular and much loved community cop’s legacy by implementing a new program to engage with local school students.

The initiative was inspired by…



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