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  • E-scooter trial safety rules CBD 15 February to 17 March - check all rules at mylicence.sa.gov.au

    E-Scooter trial rules

    During the Fringe, the State Government and Adelaide City Council are permitting electric scooters to be hired out by Lime so you can get around more easily. Be aware of the rules to save embarrassment and fines. Read more

  • Declared Public Precinct and the Fringe

    Stay safe during the festival season

    SA Police urges revellers to exercise care, look after your property, and be patient in the coming weeks as Mad March takes over the city. There is also a special Declared Public Precinct for the Fringe. Read more

  • Road Safety Rules!

    To coincide with start of the new school year, SA Police released a series of short videos with Jeff the Road Safety Dog to help families talk about road safety and show that road safety rules! Read more

  • Changes to firearms fees and charges
    SAPOL’s Firearms Control System is set to be replaced, with the project to be part funded by a 10% increase in fees and charges from 1 January. Changes to the payment process when applying at a station are also in place.

  • Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme

    Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme

    Are you concerned for your safety in your relationship, or are you worried about someone you know? You may be able to make an application for information on the partner’s police history. Read more

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Police and community working together - Northern District Facebook Forum

Police & Community Engagement

We’re hosting an online forum on Facebook on Feb 18 on public order and hoon driving in the Northern District area.

Free cyber safety session

Are you comfortable talking to your kids about the internet? If you’re in the Mt Gambier area, you can learn more on 25 February.

New officers join the ranks

Twenty-six new Probationary Constables graduate from our latest course – 13 men and 13 women ranging in age from 19 to 42.

Crime Stoppers

Latest Crime Stoppers video. Watch the video.