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SAPOL’s mobile portal app – one stop access

A new “one stop” mobile portal app was launched today by the South Australia Police, bringing easier access to key police apps through one portal.

Deputy Police Commissioner Linda Williams says the new mobile portal app means people will now only need to download a single app to access a range of specialist police apps and information services.

“Police have a number of web-based information services and apps that provide the community with critical services and information.

“The mobile portal app now provides a single portal to download, that can then be tapped to access other linked icons, taking the user straight to the service or information they are seeking.

“This “one stop” approach is designed to help people save time and reduce any confusion in getting to services and information available across our platforms.

“Providing a quick, responsive policing service relies heavily on the timeliness and accuracy of information we receive.  Any process that simplifies and speeds up how people report emergencies or information to us, therefore also helps police.”

Services available through the mobile portal app include calling the 131 444 police assistance line, with a map of the caller’s current location displayed to make it easier to check location details.

Triple Zero can also be called, with the caller confirming it is an emergency before the call proceeds.

Other apps accessible through the new portal will help people report certain crimes and track their crime reports, find the nearest police station and even check out where a fixed speed camera is located.

Further, for all the latest police news, the app provides a direct link to SAPOL’s social media feeds and news pages.

The mobile portal app is available free from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store and is compatible with  devices using Apple iOS 7 version and higher and the Android operating system version 4 and higher.


What’s available through the mobile portal app:


Police Assistance
Initiate a call to the Police Assistance Line 131 444  -  displays a map showing the street details of user’s current location.

Triple Zero
Initiates a call to the emergency triple zero (000) number. Prior to the call being made, a message is displayed asking the user to confirm it is an emergency.

Report suspicious behaviour
Submit an initial report to the Crime Stoppers SA Online Reporting System web page.

Track My Crime
A SAPOL developed web app, where victims can check the progress of their investigation by entering their police incident report number and the incident date.

Police social media
Opens a screen to navigate to one of SAPOL’S social media feeds; Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.

SAPOL News
Opens the SA Police News web page in the device browser for all the latest police news.

SAPOL website

Opens the main SA Police web page in the device browser.

Find the nearest police station
Displays on a map the closest police station to the user’s current location.
It is also possible to find and display the location of a police station based on suburb search criteria.
This feature is available even if the device does not have access to the internet.

Fixed speed camera locations
Displays on a map fixed safety cameras located near the user’s current location.
It is also possible to find and display the location of a fixed safety camera based on suburb search criteria.
This feature is available even if the device does not have access to the internet.

Youth safety displays

Information on antisocial behaviour, cyber safety, graffiti, school vandalism and shop theft.

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