Rights and law

Crime

South Australia Police

Visit the South Australia Police website to:

  • find your local police station
  • check the current location of speed cameras
  • pick up road safety tips
  • organise a police check on a staff member or volunteer.

You can also find out how you can help prevent crime in the local and wider community and access police services information in areas such as:

  • fine expiations
  • liquor licensing
  • firearms
  • traffic control
  • police escorts.

Federal police

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) focus on national and international operations, encompassing challenges such as:

  • counter-terrorism
  • human trafficking
  • sexual servitude
  • cyber-crime
  • peace operations
  • protection.

Crime Stoppers

Be part of the national and international crime fighting network. Visit the Crime Stoppers website to learn how you can help police catch offenders and make your community safer - and even solve a traffic problem.

Victims of crime

For support as a victim of crime, Victim Support Service (VSS) provides free and confidential help to adult victims of crime, witnesses, their family, and friends across South Australia.


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Page last updated 29 November 2016

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Last Updated:
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