A forum is being held in Murray Bridge at the end of June to help SAPOL better understand safety issues and priorities for residents.
At the Police and Community Engagement forum on 30 June, police will provide information about crime and policing issues in the local area, and will listen to concerns and questions directly from the community.
Superintendent Scott Denny will be discussing local policing issues and how police are dealing the ever changing community needs and expectations. Murray Mallee highway patrols will also be discussing local traffic issues and recent changes to traffic laws.
The Police and Community Engagement forum will be held at the Unity College Steeple, Owl Drive, Murray Bridge on Thursday 30 June from 6.30pm. Doors will open at 6pm.
While questions will be taken from the audience, community members can send in questions prior to the evening which will then be addressed on the night.
Questions can be lodged by email to [email protected].
Photo of police car by Murray River, supplied SAPOL