Break the cycle of bike theft by obtaining your copy of the ‘Bike Passport’ and accompanying flyer ‘Don’t Lose It Lock It’.
There have been reports of robberies after victims have listed items for sale on popular buying/selling websites and social media. Items commonly targeted are Apple products, jewellery, designer shoes/clothes, and vehicles.
If you are selling items online then please follow this safety advice:
Bushfire prevention fact sheets
Equipment and vehicle maintenance
Bushfire prevention posters
Bushfire safety travel companion
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
Aggressive clients and customers
Armed robbery prevention booklet (contact your local police station for the full Armed robbery prevention toolkit)
Beware of tap and go fraud
Business Security sign - No Cash
Business Security sign - No Cash No Alcohol
Business Security sign - No Cash No Drugs
Business Security sign - No Cash No Valuables
Closed circuit television: A guide for business (booklet)
Crime prevention through environmental design
Crime prevention though environmental design strategies
Petrol theft prevention for console operators
Caravan and recreational vehicle security
Bicycle security fact sheet
Bike passport flyer: Don't lose it - Lock it
Bike passport: a guide to keeping your bike safe
Daily steals - help find your stolen property
Home assist - Is your home secure?
Home assist program in English
Home assist program in Italian
Home assist program in Vietnamese
Motorcycle and scooter theft prevention
Property marking for tradies
Vehicle security - Hands Off
Vehicle security - number plate theft prevention
Vehicle security - making secure choices
Vehicle security - theft from motor vehicle
Identity theft: When bad things happen to your good name
Protect yourself. Know the scam
Tap and go: Side 1 (for cardholders) - Don’t let thieves tap and go with your money: Side 2 (for retailers) - Beware of tap and go fraud
For more information about scams and cybercrime please go to the Scams and Cybercrime page.
Visit the Office of the eSafety Commissioner, Australia's regulator for online safety:
It can investigate:
Visit Think you know for cyber safety resources and information including:
To book a youth presentation contact your local police station and ask for the Crime Prevention Section. To book an adult presentation book online via the ThinkUKnow website.
For more information about internet safety and security please go to the Scams and Cybercrime page.
Neighbourhood Watch SA Safety and Assistance fridge magnet
Alcohol fuelled violence - A great night out is a safe night out - Fact sheet
Alcohol fuelled violence - A great night out is a safe night out - Poster 1
Alcohol fuelled violence - A great night out is a safe night out - Poster 2
Binge drinking and drink spiking
Personal safety on a night out
Antisocial behaviour – Wasted! So is your life!
Cyber safety – Surfing? Avoid the online sharks!
Graffiti – Art? Hang it on your own wall
School vandalism – School break? From it not to it
Sexting – Think before you send
Shop theft – Want a label? Don't get one as a thief!
Rock throwing- must have rocks in your head
Social Inclusion-Together we are better
You can download SAPOL’s app to access some of the youth safety posters on your mobile device.
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
South Australia Police offers crime prevention and safety presentations on:
Contact the Crime Prevention Section at your local police station to find out more or to book a free presentation.