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Update on Community Patrols Program

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio interview, we get an update on the Community Patrols Program on the APY Lands. The focus of the Community Patrols Program is to work with the community,... read on

Justice reinvestment to reduce incarceration

In this week’s interview, we find out about justice reinvestment. We find out what it is, what it involves, and the reasons for developing this different approach to dealing with crime and with supporting people... read on

Update from Minister for Police, Corrections and Emergency Services

In this week’s interview we find out about a number of important services that affect people living in remote communities – police services, correctional services, and emergency services. We talk with Minister Malinauskas who is the... read on

News from the Community Patrols Program

This week’s interview is about the Community Patrols Program and we chat with the Program Manager, Bob Smith, and with the Assistant Co-ordinator for the Eastern Communities, Tommy Dharma Summerfield, and the Pukatja Team Leader,... read on

SAPol and Community Constables

This week’s Paper Tracker Radio Show interview is with the South Australian Police Services’ Operations Inspector for the Far North, Mr Ian Humby. Ian Humby talks about the recent graduation of two Traditional Community Constables... read on

Bob Smith on Community Patrols – Part 2

This week’s interview is with Mr Bob Smith, the Manager of the new Community Patrols Program on the APY Lands. In this second part of the interview, we find out more about the Community Patrols... read on

Bob Smith on Community Patrols – Part 1

This week’s Paper Tracker radio show includes the first part of an interview with Mr Bob Smith, the Manager of the new Community Patrols Program. Bob lets us know about this new Program that has... read on

Mark Jackman on RASAC – Part 2

This is the second part of the interview recorded on 19th June 2015 with Mr Mark Jackman, the General Manager of the Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation (RASAC). Mark provides more information on the different... read on

Suicide and self-harm on the APY Lands: police data

Since March 2004, SA Police has collected information on police involvement in episodes where someone living on the APY Lands has committed suicide, attempted suicide or threatened self-harm... read on

SA Police struggles to recruit Anangu staff

Two-thirds of Community Constable positions on the APY Lands and in Yalata are currently vacant. Some of these positions have not been filled for many, many years... read on

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