Don’t beach and booze this New Year
The Marshall Liberal Government, Surf Life Saving South Australia (SLSSA), and South Australia Ambulance Service (SAAS) are calling on all beachgoers to run a tight ship in 2021 and prevent alcohol-related drownings.
Crime Stoppers SA tip sends one of South Australia’s biggest cannabis crops up in smoke
The Marshall Liberal Government’s historic funding of Crime Stoppers SA is already paying dividends following the discovery of one of South Australia’s largest-ever cannabis crops worth millions of dollars.
Partners to fight crime: Torrens Transit and Crime Stoppers team up for commuter safety boost
More than 800 buses across South Australia’s extensive public transport network will become a rolling reminder for criminals and those with an appetite for antisocial behaviour – eyes are watching and Crime Stoppers is just a phone call away.
SAPOL target scoundrel thieves – recover $150,000 of stolen vehicles, industrial equipment and appliances
Theft is being stamped out across the state as SAPOL continues to crack cases through targeted investigations into criminals who steal vehicles and other valuable items.
SAPOL COVID-19 nerve centre opens at Thebarton
South Australia Police’s new COVID-19 nerve centre is now operational at Thebarton Police Barracks as the Marshall Liberal Government continues to secure the state’s safe and strong passage out of the pandemic.
Beach safety boost as aerial shark patrols take flight
Eyes in the sky will protect South Australian beachgoers looking to escape sweltering heat this weekend as fixed wing shark patrols take off for summer duty.
Crushed cars drive home crucial road safety message
Hoon drivers convicted for shocking behaviour behind the wheel have had their cars crushed into scrap metal ahead of National Road Safety Week – an unapologetic warning for all South Australians as the Marshall Liberal Government cracks down on reckless motorists.
Overall crime rate nosedives as SAPOL dog helps uncover more than $120,000 in cash and stolen goods
The safety and security of South Australia continues to be cemented by the Marshall Liberal Government with a whopping decrease in overall crime, equating to almost 15,000 fewer offences in comparison to the same period under the previous Labor Government.
Stage 1 of $159 million redevelopment complete at Northfield Correctional Complex
The first stage of the enormous upgrade to South Australia’s corrections sector is complete as the Marshall Liberal Government continues the $159 million development, creating hundreds of jobs as part of the biggest cash injection into the state’s prison system in decades.
More than $3 million for new dairy complex at Cadell Training Centre low-security prison farm
Regional jobs will be created when work begins on a multi-million dollar dairy complex at Cadell Training Centre (CTC) in the Riverland this financial year.