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An Indigenous artist has worked with school students to paint a design that will be printed on two Rockhampton police cars.

Police liaison officer and Darumbal man, Selwyn Bowman said the aim was to build a better relationship between police and the central Queensland community.

Students James Mitchell, Matilda Walke and Tahni Ivey said they were proud to be involved.

Darumbal Enterprises organised the reconciliation week activity with Indigenous artist Brandon Butler.

The design includes a rainbow serpent and Darumbal totems – the green tree frog and water lily.

Mr Butler said he was proud to be helping the police engage with young people in the community.

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