Queensland Police Gazettes Collection (USB)

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Media: USB flash drive - 1 USB (74 products, 41,256 pages)
Year: 2014
ISBN: 978192513526
Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia

A collection of 74 Queensland police gazettes

  • 41,256 pages
  • 3,300,480 names (estimate)
  • retail price for products if purchased separately $1683.00
  • supplied on USB flash drive with master index enabling searching the entire collection in a single search
  • supplied as fully searchable PDF files–scans of the original pages, with underlying searchable text

Unlike many products available from international data providers, these files are searchable on every word, not just select names (as far as the original text quality allows conversion to searchable text files). And should there be significant additions to this product in a later version a low-cost upgrade option will be available to those who have purchased this collection.

Products included in this collection (also available for separate purchase –- search using either the code or the product title)

Any computer using Adobe (Acrobat) Reader 4 or later
Adobe Reader 6 or later is recommended for titles with searchable text


5 Reviews
  • QLD police gazette

    Posted by Jan on 22nd May 2024

    Very comprehensive collection, indexed and searchable.

  • QLD Police Gazettes

    Posted by Louise on 9th Sep 2021

    Thank you Gould for these fabulous records, very easy to search through, and you provided quick delivery. I am really happy with these and highly recommend. Great value as well.

  • Naughty Family members found

    Posted by Arthur Wellington on 13th Nov 2018

    Within 15 minutes of searching I found that a great uncle had run foul of the law at Yeppoon and Rockhampton. Considering that he was 17 years old it would have been safe to assume that he was still at home with his parents in Charters Towers. It just goes to show that there is always more to find out. A great Aunt had been raped when she was 14 years old. I was able to read the court case in the newspapers on Trove but there was no indication as to the sentence the young man received. The Police Gazettes tel me that the young man was sentenced to 3 years hard labour in Stuart Creek prison, Townsville. Just for these two bits of information the purchase has been justified.

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