A police operation around school zones and targeting drivers who have consumed alcohol or illicit drugs was conducted state-wide yesterday (3 April).
Police are investigating a serious crash at Mount Crawford that occurred last night.
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.
Gawler Police are reminding drivers to lock up their cars, and where possible, park their vehicles undercover in secure spaces overnight, following a number of recent thefts from vehicles.
Advances in DNA technology may provide SA Police with answers in connection with two unsolved murder cases under the auspices of Operation Persist.
A Lyndoch man was reported for riding an unregistered and uninsured motorised pushbike without a licence at Gawler today.
SA Police are frustrated by South Australia’s rising road toll, sparking an appeal for all road users to take responsibility for their actions.
Police are still seeking public assistance to locate missing Greenwith woman Amanda McPhee.
Road Safety Rules!
Police are urging parents and carers to talk to their young ones about road safety ahead of the 2019 school year getting underway tomorrow (29 January) – whether they are walking, riding, catching public transport or being dropped off at the gate, there are important things to talk about.
Nearly 21 years after her death, Heather Turner’s best friend has a simple message for a group of people SA Police believe have not told the full truth about the teenager’s murder: “It’s time to stand up and make a difference.”