A police officer has suffered minor injuries after a projectile was thrown at a police vehicle north west of Boggabilla.
About 12.10am on Sunday, officers were patrolling the streets at Toomelah when a rock was thrown at the vehicle.
Police will allege the projectile hit the driver's side window, causing it to shatter, striking the officer's arm.
The officer sustained minor injuries and attended Goondiwindi Hospital to receive treatment to her arm and eyes.
Officer in Charge at Moree Police Station, Inspector Martin Burke, said it was disappointing that this has occurred to one of our officers.
"We have been working closely with stakeholders and the community of Toomelah in recent weeks in response to COVID 19," he said.
"Violence towards police will not be tolerated in any circumstance, especially while we are trying to protect our community."
Inquiries will continue into the incident and investigators are urging anyone who may have information, video or dashcam footage of the incidents to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Boggabilla Police Station on (07) 4671 9299.