South Australia Police (SAPOL) offers presentations to schools for students of all ages.
Contact your local police to find out more or to book a presentation and ask to speak to someone in the Crime Prevention Section.
Living Skills is a youth development program for schools and community groups.
The program assists young people aged 11 to 14 years to:
The program is run over six weeks during school term for groups of 12 students. It includes a:
Contact your local police to find out more or to book a program and ask to speak to someone in the Crime Prevention Section.
The Band of South Australia Police performs at schools to deliver safety and crime prevention messages in a lively, positive way.
SAPOL offers road safety education programs and displays about road safety and road rules to schools.
The Youth Leadership Camp provides an environment to develop South Australia’s future leaders through interaction with outstanding individuals and high achieving members of South Australia Police and other leading organisations within our community. With limited spots available for the annual camp, SAPOL invites secondary school principals to nominate a student who has been identified as a leader within their school to participate in the next Youth Leadership Camp. Applications usually open in August for the following year's camp. Read more.