With many businesses across South Australia closed due to COVID-19, South Australia police would like to remind owners how to keep their shops from being the target of criminals.
A traffic stop at Mallala yesterday leads to the arrest of two men for drug and firearm offences.
Having your property stolen can leave you feeling upset, intimidated and out of pocket.
Despite public warnings that Operation Stop Drink/Drug Driving Anzac Day would be running, police still caught multiple drink and drug drivers.
Police catch a speeding driver travelling more than 50km/h over the speed limit in the Barossa Valley last week.
As retailers across Australia lift the limit on contactless card payments, SA Police urge consumers to secure their debit and credit cards with the same care reserved for cash or other valuable possessions.
Gawler police are investigating an arson at Evanston Park early this morning.
Today South Australia Police celebrated a decade of priceless contributions as the Police Volunteers Program is celebrating a decade of success.
With the fire danger season well and truly under way, police are focusing their efforts on our response to the threat of bushfires through Operation NOMAD.
South Australia Police today (9 June) released its first podcast, using the medium to tell the tragic story of the death of Nicholas Holbrook, who died in a road crash on West Lakes Boulevard in 2009.