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  • SAPOL recruiting now. Hear from four police officers.

    Looking for a career change?
    Watch Tony's video to hear first-hand why he chose a police career, about his role in Mounted Operations and the opportunities within SAPOL.

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    Commissioner's Message

    Grant Stevens, who on 21 July commenced as Commissioner of Police, details SAPOL's vision and values. Please read in full here.

  • Banner image for See Yourself In The Uniform campaign

    See yourself in the uniform and 'Achieve More'

    If you can act decisively, communicate clearly, demonstrate empathy and strength of character, you could already have what it takes to become a Police Officer.


    ACORN sees positive results

    More than 500 cybercrime matters are under investigation by the South Australia Police (SAPOL) as a result of the launch of the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN) six months ago.

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    Police release monthly statistics

    South Australia Police has released their monthly state and Local Service Area crime statistics.Check out your area now.

  • National Security Hotline

    National Terrorism Public Alert
    The Commonwealth Government raised the National Terrorism Public Alert level from Medium to High in September 2014. This means that a terrorist attack is likely.

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31 Aug 2015 3:15pm
Police need your help to locate missing 17-year-old girl Amber Rollins who was last seen at her home address at Ingle Farm on Wednesday 29 July 2015.

Missing person Daniel Hind
31 Aug 2015 1:36pm

Police are asking for assistance from the public to help locate missing man Daniel Hind, who was last seen at Burton just after midnight on Saturday 29 August.

Motorists using their mobile phones while driving will again be the target of a concerted month-long police road safety campaign in Adelaide in September.

Commissioner Grant Stevens rolled up his sleeves to donate blood this morning, capping off an enormous combined effort by South Australia's Emergency Services as part of the Emergency Services Blood Challenge.

A Morphett Vale man will face court on a drink driving charge after he registered a blood alcohol level of more than five times over the legal limit in the city overnight.

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