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Thirty young musicians from schools across South Australia are fine-tuning their skills with a little help from the Band of the South Australia Police this week.
The first road safety advertising campaign being rolled out under the auspices of the South Australia Police (SAPOL) will be aimed at regional road users.
Police would like to remind the community that drivers and riders can be stopped at random by a police officer anywhere at any time in metropolitan and regional SA and tested for alcohol and/or illicit drugs.
SA Police know that the assistance of the community can be vital in both preventing and solving crime, so we encourage the community to report anything unusual or suspicious to us.
A month-long, high-visibility road safety enforcement operation by South Australia Police began at noon today.
A man was arrested after causing a disturbance in the main street of Mount Pleasant last night.
Scammers never take a day off, so if you get a unexpected, unsolicited text, email or phone call – no matter what time or what day of the week - take a moment to think about it before responding or reacting.
In front of the acting Commissioner of Police Linda Williams and proud family and friends, the members of Course 36 will graduate from the South Australia Police Academy today.
Police remind businesses and residents to ensure they have locked up their properties.