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  • Think about who you'll leave behind. Slow down.

    Regional roads targeted in road safety campaign

    The first road safety advertising campaign rolling out under the auspices of SA Police is primarily aimed at regional road users, given about 60 per cent of this year’s fatalities have been on regional roads. Read more

  • Cadets Prue and Thomas feature in SA Police new Academy video

    The Academy – more than a stepping stone

    In our latest video, new Police Constables Prue and Thomas reflect on how they’ve grown as people, forged lifelong friendships and acquired the skills and knowledge to embark on the next step in their careers. Read more

  • Listen now to our Fatal Five: True Stories podcast
    Parents, friends and South Australia Police officers recount the tragic story of Nicholas Holbrook, killed in a fatal crash on West Lakes Blvd in 2009, in this debut episode of our Fatal Five: True Stories podcast. Read more.

  • uWitnessIt

    Do you have footage?

    Can you help SA Police by providing additional footage that you may have captured on your smartphone, dash-cam, CCTV and other devices? There are now four incidents published on our uWitnessIt page. Read more

  • Protect yourself; know the scam

    It can easily happen to you - protect yourself

    Keep up to date with the latest reports of scams received by SA Police. By knowing the scam and the types of tactics used by scammers, and by following a few simple tips, you can help protect yourself. Read more

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Latest information

Twenty-one cadets graduate

In the second graduation for June, another twenty-one new Probationary Constables joined our team - 11 men and 10 women.

Health providers wanted

Health and wellbeing professionals can apply for SA Police's new preferred suppliers list

School holiday road safety program

South Australia Police is offering a free road safety program for primary school-aged children during the July school holidays.

Crime Stoppers

Latest Crime Stoppers video. Watch the video.