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Australian Federal Police Museum collections

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The Australian Federal Police Museum collects objects, photographs and information which relate to the history and work of the AFP and its predecessors.

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The Australian Federal Police Museum collects objects, photographs and information which relate to the history and work of the AFP and its predecessors. Landrover deployed to Cyprus on peacekeeping duties from 1980 to 1987; 1930s Occurrence book, Fingerprint input monitor used in the world's first National Automated Fingerprint Identification System (NAFIS); Laboratory door used by the Aum Shinrikyo in Western Australia where they conducted tests on the nerve gas sarin; Red notice issued for Christopher Skase; Drug boat seized in Operation Gentle which contained 225 one-kilogram blocks of cocaine; Compass from a Vietnamese fishing boat that carried unauthorised arrivals into Australia, Panel from Sofitel Magic Lagoon hotel, Khao Lak, Thailand hit by the 2004 tsunami.

Data time period: 1930 to 2005

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text: Thailand

text: Ashmore Reef

text: Australia

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