This is a joint media release between the Australian Federal Police and South Australia Police
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and South Australia Police have arrested a 22-year-old South Australian woman who will be charged with a terrorism offence, that being membership of the terrorist organisation Islamic State (IS).
Break-ins on businesses and construction sites cause delays, frustration and expense for victims.
Police have received two reports of vandalised letterboxes in Nuriootpa and Tanunda. Vandalism is when someone unlawfully destroys or damages property.
Brevet Sergeant Peter Phillips has been presented with the Rotary Club of Unley’s South Australian Police Officer of the Year Award today by Ken Haines the President of the Rotary Club of Unley, at a ceremony in Rundle Mall.
Letters are being distributed to prison inmates and anyone under the supervision of Community Corrections seeking information about the disappearance and suspected murder of Port Lincoln woman Susan Gae Goodwin in 2002.
The investigation continues into the murder of Rex Court and the serious assault of two others during a fight in Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier, on Saturday night.
South Australia Police (SAPOL) are going to new lengths to obtain information from the Port Lincoln community in relation to the disappearance and suspected murder of Susan Gae Goodwin in 2002.
Sheds and garages are common targets for thieves targeting tools, sports equipment vehicles and bikes.
Police have received a number of reports of malicious damage to parked vehicles. Sometimes cars are damaged by thieves trying to get access to valuables inside. Other times, the damage is caused by malicious vandals, by scratching and denting car roofs and panels or causing other damage that is expensive and time consuming to repair and upsetting for victims.
Today, on national Crime Stoppers Day, SA Police would like to acknowledge the great work undertaken by Crime Stoppers in conjunction with the public.