Keep up with police news

Neighbourhood Watch SA with Lisa Allen

SA police (SAPOL) recently launched 15 new web pages, allowing you to choose the policing news you want to read.

You can choose to read about local area news from each of SAPOL’S Local Service Areas.

You can choose to subscribe to the pages of interest by simply filling in your email address and then you will be kept up to date when any report is published for your selected area.

You can also leave comments to have your say on topics of interest.

To sign up, visit or also visit to view crime statistics.

• As the warm weather increases, so do the number of police incidents in our area, such as the riding of unregistered, uninsured motorcycles on local beaches. Remember, you need to be licensed and have a registered motorcycle and you can only ride on the roadways.

• Neighbourhood Watch has cleaned graffiti on local rail control houses, and members ask the community keep a look out for anyone doing the graffiti. If you see anything please report this to local police or call 131444.

• Two Wells NHW currently is discussing a few projects, such as “tack marking” for personal horse equipment and a possible mural project on rail control houses being completed by students.

Any members of the community who wish to attend meetings as a volunteer and express new ideas for keeping our community safe, are always welcome.

• Next NHW meeting is a joint meeting between Two Wells and Mallala on Tuesday, October 8, at 7.30pm at Two Wells RSL, Old Port Wakefield Road, Two Wells.

There will be a guest speaker from Adelaide University, who will be talking about the impact of speed and crashes.

• Two Wells NHW sincerely thanks the Two Wells Melodrama Group for their generous donation of proceeds from raffles.

This money will be used in the local community, which is another great reason to come along and have your say.

Become a Blue Light helper

• Blue Light Discos are becoming increasingly popular and we are always looking to recruit new volunteers. This is a very satisfying and rewarding opportunity, allowing volunteers to interact with youth in a positive environment. In some cases it also can look good on your resume!

All enquiries in relation to becoming a volunteer should be directed to Senior Constable John Winsor, of Two Wells police on 85202 309.

• Two Wells Blue Light is in the process of organising a trip for some students from Two Wells Primary School to the Road Safety Centre in Adelaide.

• Next Blue light disco is on Friday, November 1, 7pm–9.30pm at Two Wells Community Centre. Entry is $5 and there are drinks, treats and assorted glow/light toys available at the canteen.

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