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School programs

Know Your Police Know Your Police Activity Booklet -South Australia Police (SAPOL) has released a fun, educational resource to help police engage with young children and teach them about who we are and what we do. The Know Your Police activity booklet is packed with activities to help children better understand the role of SA Police in our community. Police will distribute the new booklets at future school and community events. Get a taste of this new resource by downloading a special colour-in activity today. Learn more

South Australia Police (SAPOL) offers presentations to schools for students of all ages.

Topics of our school programs include the role of police in the community, aspects of the law, personal safety, and cyber safety including the Thinkuknow program.

To find out more about available topics or to book a presentation, contact your local police and ask to speak to the Community Engagement Coordinator.

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Other school programs

Band of South Australia Police

The Band of South Australia Police performs at schools to deliver safety and crime prevention messages in a lively, positive way.

Find out more about Band performances at schools

Find out more about work experience with the Band

Road safety

SAPOL offers road safety education programs and displays about road safety and road rules to schools.

Find out more about road safety education

Blue Light

Blue Light is a partnership with SAPOL and provides young people with activities and entertainment in a drug, alcohol, violence and bullying free environment.

To find out more about events and activities go to the BlueLight website.

Living Skills program

Living Skills is a youth development program that runs over six weeks for schools and community groups. It is delivered by SAPOL and funded by Blue Light.

The program assists young people aged 11 to 14 years to:

  • develop self-esteem and leadership skills
  • become effective members of the community
  • make informed life choices.

For more information or to book a program, contact your local police station and ask to speak to the Community Engagement Coordinator.

Find your local police station

Blue Light Camps

Blue Light runs two campsites managed by SAPOL – Errappa at Iron Knob near Whyalla and Noorla Yo-Long at Rendelsham, near Millicent.

Both offer a range of activities for young people and are available for school group bookings.

To find out more go to these websites – Errappa campsite and Noorla Yo-Lang campsite.