It was a crime that left three Queensland Police Officers, Chris Mulhall, Sharnelle Cole and Daryl Elliott Green, fighting for their lives and north Brisbane in lock down. Australia Day 2000, gunman Nigel Parodi ambushed the officers and shot them all multiple times. He then vanished and triggered one of Australia’s largest manhunts in its history. Fifteen years on, Daryl has been recognised for talking on resilience. He has been awarded by Australia’s peak speaking body, Professional Speakers Australia, the prestigious Kerrie Nairn Scholarship for Public Speaking. See and listen to Daryl in uniform, at the location of the shooting, 15 years on, discussing how speaking helped him and now how he is helping others imparting hard learned lessons of resilience.