Progress in delivering services in key areas is highlighted in our annual reporting. View SAPOL’s annual report for 2016-17 (pdf)
Other key areas are also reported on annually as per below.
SAPOL is committed to reconciliation through building unified relationships based on mutual respect, trust and a strong understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, heritage and beliefs.
View the details of overseas travel for all SAPOL staff
SAPOL is committed to diversity in its recruitment and retention of employees and volunteers.
SAPOL’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2017-2020 (pdf) ensures SAPOL is an inclusive workplace for employees with disability and there is equality of access to policing services for everyone in the South Australian community.
SAPOL’s Freedom of Information Statement (pdf) details how members of the public can access information and documents.
Read more on how to apply for access to SAPOL information
Awards provide SAPOL with a means of recognising employees for continuous, diligent and ethical service.
The number of awards presented to current and former SAPOL employees: Awards 2016-17 (pdf)
SAPOL’s actual results of Performance against Targets as reported in the agency statements:
The number of active and inactive employees across all classifications:
South Australian government agencies are required to prepare and publish Regional Impact Assessment Statements prior to implementing significant changes to existing government services to rural and regional areas.
SAPOL continues to work towards a more sustainable future through developing environmental standards and implementing environmental initiatives. Sustainability Reporting 2016-17 (pdf)
SAPOL is committed to achieving good urban design and management of public places.