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The community are advised that a scheduled upgrade of the SA Police website will take place tomorrow (Wednesday 17 July). No impact is expected for the public, however new information will not appear on the SA Police news website until after 3.30pm.

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The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is warning the public of complex social engineering fraud and telephone scams currently targeting the Chinese community in Australia, particularly international students.

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A Roadside Breath Testing (RBT) blitz by police on Saturday night, targeting drivers under the influence of alcohol and/or illicit drugs, saw 3480 motorists alco-tested, with 31 drivers returning positive results.

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The Bureau of Meteorology issued an updated severe weather warning at 10.50am today.

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10 Jul 2019 10:19am

SA Police wish to advise that the following content may cause distress to members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities. It may contain images of, or references to, deceased persons.

The valuable contribution of Aboriginal Tracker Lanky Kana was formally recognised by SA Police yesterday (9 July) with a plaque placed at his grave in the Beachport Cemetery.

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10 Jul 2019 5:30am

Deputy Commissioners and Assistant Commissioners with road policing responsibility from across the country are coming together today (Wednesday 10 July) to participate in road policing forum in Victoria.

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08 Jul 2019 4:09pm

Although putting on a seatbelt should be second nature for motorists, more than 60 drivers were provided with a one-on-one reminder of that fact by police over the weekend.

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A major restructure of the areas of SA Police responsible for investigating cybercrime and financial fraud has occurred, better positioning the organisation to tackle these issues moving forward.

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Man caught driving 10 month old baby around with drugs in his system.

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SA Police wish to advise that the following content may cause distress to members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities. It may contain images of, or references to, deceased persons.

The valuable contribution of Aboriginal Tracker Lanky Kana is to be formally recognised by SA Police next week with a plaque placed at his grave in the Beachport Cemetery.

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