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13 Oct 2019 1:06pm

Emergency services attended a four-car crash at Klemzig this morning.

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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.

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Heather Turner

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.”

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Graduates

A group of police officers with a difference graduated in a ceremony before the Commissioner of Police Grant Stevens today (16 May).

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PSO graduation

Today (4 May), the second graduation ceremony for the week took place at the SA Police Academy at Taperoo.

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Graduation

A total of 43 new police officers graduate today (2 May) after 12-months of dedicated training at the South Australian Police Academy at Taperoo.

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Knight and Emms

Two police officers were yesterday presented with Police Bravery Medals in recognition of their actions at the scene of a fiery vehicle crash at Seaford Rise in 2016.

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Scam warning
02 Mar 2018 12:23pm

South Australia Police are warning the Chinese community to be wary of a phone scam which is particularly targeting them and has already seen people lose hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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The Commissioner of Police Grant Stevens has today outlined the future of policing in metropolitan Adelaide, detailing an unfolding picture of reform over the next four years.

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