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Safety and security tips

New Travel Safe guide: Are you a traveller from overseas lookin’ to go bush, do some hard yakka or gettin’ a lift? Then SAPOL has a new travel friendly guide to help with the 'local lingo' and tips to stay safe.

Download the handy Travel Safe guide

Download the Travel Safe poster

Safety and security booklets and fact sheets

are you covered?

These are some less obvious tips police recommend you consider to keep your home safe and secure.

You don't have to go to the extremes of wrapping up your home to make it secure, simply locking doors and windows is a great place to start.

are you covered - Home security tips

are you covered - Home security poster

Arson prevention/Operation Nomad
Business security
Home and vehicle security
Scams and cybercrime
Internet safety and security

Visit the Office of the eSafety Commissioner, a one-stop-shop providing:

  • information and resources on how to stay safe online
  • a complaints process to assist children who experience cyberbullying
  • online reporting of offensive or illegal online content.

See also Scams and cybercrime for further information.

Personal safety
Personal safety - Emergency preparedness
Rural and farm security
Think about it (Youth safety)
Triple Zero (resources for kids)

Find out more about Triple Zero

Play the Triple Zero kids challenge online

Order a free CD of the Triple Zero kids challenge with extras from the Band of South Australia Police

Triple Zero kids challenge colour in sheet

Halloween resources

Crime prevention presentations

South Australia Police offers crime prevention and safety presentations on:

  • personal safety
  • home security
  • safety online
  • business security
  • armed robbery prevention.

Contact the Crime Prevention Section at your local police station to find out more or to book a free presentation.

Find your local police station