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At Western Australia’s first Indigenous-run police station in Warakurna, two officers discover more about Yarnangu Lore and culture. They also master the local Ngaanyatjarra language to police in a more meaningful way.

Filmed and Post Produced in Western Australia

on the Traditional Country of the Miriwoong, Gajirrawoong, Gidja, Yindjibarndi, Yamaji, Wongi and Noongar Whadjuk peoples

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Production Information


Roderick MacKay


Taryne Laffar

Sam Bodhi Field

Perun Bonser

Bryan McQueen-Mason


Taryne Laffar & Sam Bodhi Field

Series Producer

Sam Bodhi Field

Line Producer

Ryan Hodgson

Executive Producers

Darren Dale

Jacob Hickey


Tiarana Eades
Tyler Maxwell
Cohen Taylor
Leroy Rundle
Hannah Wielgomasz
Shaye Taylor
Paulette Brown
Wendy Kelly
Brock Tucker
Ace Kieran

Production Coordinator

Ali MacGregor

Key Locations







Key WA Crew

Director of Photography

Sam Bodhi Field


Bryan McQueen-Mason

Production Sound Supervisor

Ash Charlton ASSG

Sound Recordist

Ash Charlton ASSG

Sound Recordist (Additional)

Nick McKenzie

Jason North

Anna Hollander


Vicky Biorac

JT Taylor

Mark Hollander

Michael Fletcher

Claire Leach

Paul Bell

Joshua Lee

Safety Consultant

John Fairhead

Post Production Supervisor

Bryan McQueen-Mason

Ivan Rojas

Assembly Editor

Susan Standen

Claire Leach

Assistant Editor

Ivan Rojas

Neda Rahbar

Drone Operator

Ben Broady

Stills Photography

Nic Duncan

Liang Xu

Graphic Designer

Ashley Doodkorte

Online Editor

Ivan Rojas

Motion Graphics

Neda Rahbar

Visual Effects

Ivan Rojas


Kent Hosokawa

Sound Mixer

Kim Lord

Sound Editor

Benjamin Morris

Voice Over Recordist

Kiel Steel

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Screenwest acknowledges and pays respect to all Traditional Owners of Country across the State of Western Australia and their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, spiritual beliefs and relationship to land and waters and acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the people living today. We extend this respect to all Indigenous language groups.