Proposed new laws will compel access to encrypted or restricted computer material to support the investigation and prosecution of child exploitation material offences.
News releases - John Rau
The State Government has granted local councils and community groups more than $1 million in funding aimed to improve safety in their local areas.
The State Government is creating a digital 3D model of the Adelaide CBD and surrounding suburbs which will to assist in planning the growth, vibrancy and liveability of the city.
One of the world’s leading 3D-Experience software companies has signed an agreement with a South Australian engineering firm to map capability across multiple industries in the state, including defence.
The Adelaide Comets Football Club and the Western Districts Athletics Club are receiving new facilities following a $3.5 million State Government grant.
The Chief Magistrate will assign Magistrate Jayne Basheer as Deputy State Coroner, who will work alongside the State Coroner on a number of inquests for up to 18 months.
New legislation will create a fairer and safer labour hire industry by weeding out unscrupulous operators.
A number of local communities across the State are receiving a share in $7 million to upgrade public spaces such as reserves, playgrounds and walking and cycling trails.
A project aimed at reducing the number of young Aboriginal people in Northern Adelaide from entering the youth justice system has received a significant funding boost.
The safety of the community will be front and centre when judges sentence offenders, under new laws passed by State Parliament today.
New laws underpinning South Australia’s child protection system passed Parliament last night, improving safeguards for some of the State’s most vulnerable people.
The YWCA will receive $99,907 for its Equipping Regional Communities to Prevent Violence Against Women project as part of the Crime Prevention and Community Safety Grants Program.