Australian War Memorial director delivers reassuring words for Anzac Day spectators

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Security arrangements for Anzac Day services at the Australian War Memorial are appropriate for the threat risk on the day, said director Dr Brendan Nelson.

Dr Nelson delivered a word of comfort for those wishing to participate in the events at the war memorial in Canberra.

“There is no reason for anyone, other than physical incapacity, not to attend the dawn service and the national service at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra,” he said.

“Obviously we work hand in glove with our security intelligence agencies both local and national, and we’re confident based on the advice that we have been given, all of which we have taken, that the security arrangements are appropriate for the threat risk that we understand is the case.”

While Australian Federal Police would not comment on the arrangements or advice, a spokesman for ACT Policing said they had not been made aware of any policing-related threat.

“Given the jurisdictional size of the ACT, we can rapidly deploy resources to where we need them,” he said.

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