SAPOL search uncovers stash of fake driver’s licences
An ongoing SAPOL investigation into identity theft has seen four alleged offenders arrested after a search of a western suburbs home uncovered more than 100 fake or stolen licences, health and bank cards.
Crucial strategy to halve number of lives lost on our roads
South Australians are being urged to have their say on a new 10-year road safety strategy that aims to halve the number of lives lost on our roads.
New firefighting trucks rolled out to MFS
The long-awaited arrival of new heavy urban pump rescue appliances has strengthened the capability of the Metropolitan Fire Service, with the first allocation of 12 state-of-the-art assets wheeled out for duty today, increasing protection for South Australians.
Crime Stoppers SA celebrates 25-year anniversary
Brutal killers, drug dealers and thousands of other offenders have served time behind bars thanks to crucial tips to Crime Stoppers SA, marking an incredible 25 years of service to the South Australian community.
Drive safe or foot the bill for bad road behaviour
Payment plans are off the table for motorists who risk lives by driving dangerously, while under the influence or at speed as tough new impound penalties come into effect today.
$4.4 million to attract people to State Emergency Service as new and dedicated volunteers
South Australia’s State Emergency Service (SES) will be future-proofed with a multimillion-dollar investment to ensure that the number of vital volunteers remains strong and resilient for generations to come.
Record-breaking year for South Australian prescribed burns
Recent rains have signaled the end of a record-breaking year of prescribed burns for SA with The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) successfully completing 49 prescribed burns this autumn, making it a record 96 for the year.
Niche thieves cop it sweet for catalytic convertor crimes
Three men have been arrested following a targeted SAPOL operation that investigated a series of crimes involving the theft of catalytic convertors from cars.
$4 million for 100 additional electronic monitoring bracelets to track offenders
The Department for Correctional Services’ (DCS) sophisticated offender tracking program will be expanded with an extra 100 electronic monitoring bracelets to monitor offenders re-entering the SA community.
168 extra officers for COVID operations frees up resources for frontline
A significant boost to policing resources across the state will further enhance the safety and security of South Australians, with the Marshall Liberal Government to deliver an additional 114 Protective Security Officers (PSO) to reinforce SAPOL’s successful COVID-19 response.