Strengthening South Australia’s Emergency Services Sector
South Australia’s response to bushfire emergencies will be bolstered, under new legislation that passed State Parliament today.
Team up South Australia and tackle bad driving behaviour
It’s the South Australian AFL rivalry that divides families and friends, but the Marshall Liberal Government is calling for footy fans to put their differences aside and work together to tackle bad driving behaviour ahead of this weekend’s Showdown clash.
Home invasions plunge by more than 3,000 crimes
Menacing home invaders are being stonewalled from hurting South Australians as the Marshall Liberal Government continues to boost community safety and security with further record-breaking decreases in crime, the latest SAPOL statistics reveal.
Hot property at Angle Park as Structural Fire Behaviour Training Facility unveiled in Australian-first
South Australians will have increased protection against the threat of fire as MFS personnel strengthen their expert skills at the new state-of-the-art Structural Firefighting Training Facility.
Inaugural bushfire management plan out for community consultation
The promise of a more bushfire-resilient SA is being delivered by the Marshall Liberal Government, with the development of the first state-wide management plan to safeguard the community against future bushfire emergencies.
SAFECOM Chief Executive takes new role in New South Wales
South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Commission (SAFECOM) Chief Executive, Dominic Lane AFSM, has today announced his resignation to take up a new executive position in the New South Wales Government.
Fatality-free Easter long weekend the responsibility of all South Australians
An unprecedented month-long road safety campaign consisting of seven individual SAPOL operations targeting irresponsible drivers has launched today.
Marshall Government’s landmark Correctional Services Amendment Bill passes
Tough new laws to stop contraband entering South Australian prisons and the introduction of correctional facility buffer zones to combat the use of drones have successfully passed State Parliament.
South Australia to host National Road Safety Week
South Australian bridges, buildings and icons will light up yellow to honour the memory of the 1,200 lives lost on Australian roads each year over the past decade.
Drink drivers under spotlight as cold, hard truth laid bare at mortuary
Selfish drink drivers have played a part in developing a new powerful and confronting road safety campaign that has today been unveiled by the Marshall Liberal Government and SAPOL’s Media Road Safety Unit.