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  • 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.

  • Cadets undertaking driver training

    Watch our latest cadet video

    Get a taste of life at the SA Police Academy. Our 52-week training program sees cadets combine academic studies with practical and physical training to hone their skills and prepare them for a policing career. Read more

  • uWitnessIt

    Your smartphone can help SA Police to solve crimes

    Police have long urged South Australians to be their eyes and ears in the community. Now, they’ll be better equipped than ever before to receive and assess community leads, with the launch of uWitnessIt. Read more

  • Enough is enough - be safe on our roads. Zero is possible.

    Enough is enough

    SA Police and The Advertiser are drawing a line in the sand and have launched a new road safety campaign to drive home the message that ‘Enough is enough’ when it comes to the trauma on our roads. 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

Medical officer, health providers wanted

Health and wellbeing professionals can apply for our new preferred suppliers list or for the Police Medical Officer role.

Band’s musical extravaganza

The Band of SA Police will perform stirring and patriotic tunes in the tradition of the Last night of the Proms, 22 June.

Our newest police officers graduate

The June graduation saw 22 new Probationary Constables join our ranks – 11 men and 11 women ranging in age from 19 to 42.

Crime Stoppers

Latest Crime Stoppers video. Watch the video.