Hills Fluerieu police have been out and about targeting traffic offences during the month long, Operation High Impact Fatal 5
To address the rising road toll on our roads, South Australia Police have launched Operation High Impact F5 (Fatal Five), an intensive traffic enforcement operation running for four weeks.
Hills Fleurieu Police are holding a Blue Light Pool Party for young people aged 10 to 17 tomorrow (15 November) from 6.30pm – 8.30pm at the Fleurieu Aquatic Centre, Ocean Rd, Chiton.
A recent spike in the reported theft of vehicle and trailer number plates has prompted a community warning from Hills Fleurieu Police.
Police are renewing their appeal for assistance from the public to locate wanted man John Thomas Shaw.
The South Australia Police Commissioner Grant Stevens has announced the appointment of a new Assistant Commissioner.
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.
Four drivers have been caught by police in the Hills Fleurieu area in breach of the road rules.
A woman had died following a crash at Hindmarsh Valley this morning.
Police have detected six drivers committing traffic offences in the Hills Fleurieu region this week.