Queensland Police have today launched their new DayGlo yellow motorcycles and high-visibility motorcycle police jackets to “send a message”.
In launching Operation Papa Guardian for the summer, Acting Deputy Commissioner Bob Gee says “high visibility on the road saves lives”.
“We make no apology for being highly visible,” he said.
DayGlo Queensland Police
Top cops (from left): Assistant Commissioner Michael Keating, Acting Deputy Commissioner Bob Gee and Road Policing Operation Inspector Peter Flanders
Motorcycle police with the new DayGlo livery will patrol the Bruce, Warrego and Cunningham highways over summer “focusing on the Fatal Five”.
“We don’t want to give out tickets today,” he said.
“But we make no apology for enforcing the law.”