Annual Police Remembrance Ride raises more than $3200 for WA Police Legacy inc.

Riders from all over Western Australia gathered for the third annual Law Enforcement Motorcycle Clubs - Police Remembrance Ride on Sunday morning, raising vital funds for WA Police Legacy inc.

Following an address from South-West District Superintendent Geoff Stewart, the riders gleefully rode out from the Bunbury Police Station at 10am.

After stopping at BP Baldivis northbound at 11.30am, the group travelled to the WA Police Academy Memorial Wall in Joondalup. The riders all paid their respects to the state's fallen police personnel.

More than $3200 will be donated to the families of those who tragically lost their lives in the line of duty.

Blue Knights Australia IV Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club president, and retired police officer, Paul Iriks commended the riders for taking part in this year's event.

Pleased with the result, Superintendent Stewart thanked the riders, the event organisers, and the wider community for supporting WA Police Legacy inc. in 2020.

"WA Police Legacy inc. means a lot to me and to every serving police officer in Western Australia," he said.

"I encourage everyone to go to the WA Police Legacy inc. website today."