South Australia Police are among the many organisations this week acknowledging the efforts of volunteers as part of National Volunteer Week.
The following details are from the Queensland Police Service
Queensland Homicide detectives from the Cold Case Investigation Teamm investigating the murder of Dorothy Britton in 1996, are encouraging potential witnesses to come forward with the information needed to solve the case.
The theft of livestock continues to be an issue and is a significant cost for farming communities.
Police recommend clearly marking, painting, engraving or photographing tools and property, and recording serial numbers.
If you received a call out of the blue from the Tax Office saying you had a tax debt that you had to pay immediately or be arrested, what would you think? If Telstra called you and said there were internet problems in your area and they needed remote access to your computer in order to help you otherwise they would disconnect your service, what would you do?
While it would be understandable if your initial reaction might be fear or panic, this Scams Awareness Week, Australians are being urged to ‘Stop and check – is this for real?’
Police are investigating the theft of brass statues from a cemetery at Evanston South.
A man has died after a crash at Kalbeeba in the northern suburbs overnight.
If you haven’t got the message yet that it is illegal to use your mobile phone while driving, then police will be out to reinforce the law to drivers over the next week.
More than 500 motorists in South Australia had a refresher on what STOP and GIVE WAY mean as part of the SA Police Traffic Thursday campaign.
More than 3000 drivers were stopped by SA Police yesterday as part of an ongoing campaign to deter motorists from drinking alcohol or taking illicit drugs before driving.