Don’t panic! It’s police training day in Bruce this week

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POLICE will be conducting a training exercise at the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) in Bruce on Wednesday and Thursday (22 to 23 June 2016).

The exercise will involve uniformed police members and diverse police capabilities.

During the exercise, areas of the CIT campus and surrounds will be closed to the public. Road blocks will be in place along Purdie Street, Bruce restricting traffic between Battye Street and Vowels Crescent. The road blocks will remain in place between 8am and 4pm on Wednesday and Thursday.

Residents of Bruce may see an increased police presence and hear loud noises around CIT between 8am and 4pm. This is a training exercise only, there are no concerns for public safety.

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