Region’s police to party Vegas style

Headshot of Jakeb Waddell
Jakeb WaddellBroome Advertiser
Dianne Adams and Kimberley District Office Superintendent Allan Adams at last year’s Broome Police Legacy Ball.
Camera IconDianne Adams and Kimberley District Office Superintendent Allan Adams at last year’s Broome Police Legacy Ball. Credit: Broome Advertiser

Kimberley police are ready to party with the community — Vegas style.

Tickets are on sale now for the annual Broome Police Legacy Ball on September 2, the largest Kimberley-based police fundraiser of the year.

The gala evening will raise money for WA Police Legacy, a not-for-profit organisation that supports the families of deceased officers.

The Las Vegas-themed event at Cable Beach Club Resort has already attracted donations for the charity from businesses and individuals around the Kimberley.

Ticket sales and live and silent auctions will also contribute towards the fundraiser.

Kimberley District Office Superintendent Allan Adams said there had been a fantastic response to the ball.

“I’d like to thank the community of Broome and the wider Kimberley for the response we have received so far,” he said.

“This includes the businesses who have already made significant donations.

“I encourage people to purchase tickets for the ball. It is for a worthwhile cause and will be a wonderful evening.”

Local band Puertside will entertain guests while they enjoy the included drinks and food.

There will also be best-dressed and door prizes up for grabs, as well as a photo booth for attendees to capture themselves in their glamorous outfits.

Supt Adams said a good contingent of local officers would attend the event, which was expected to sell out soon.

Tickets can be purchased online at the ticketing page www.trybooking.com/287786.

Get the latest news from thewest.com.au in your inbox.

Sign up for our emails