safety Archive

Crime trends and inferences: By Senior Constable Mick Emery One of my least favourite subjects at
Boating safety for spring: A quick glance through our statistics will reveal that the majority of
Keeping our swimmers safe: Both sides of parliament are working together to ensure our beaches remain
Be smart on the roads: With spring school holidays comes an extra volume of Queensland road users
A big thank you: The members of Neighbourhood Watch would like to take this opportunity to
High tides and high waves mean high risk for beach drivers: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) are reminding visitors to keep safe
Police launch new crime prevention campaign: myPolice on May 22, 2019 @ 10:59am The Queensland Police Service today
Safer Tin Can Bay, Maryborough-Cooloola intersection: Works on the $276,300 Tin Can Bay Road and Maryborough–Cooloola Road intersection
Audit shows turn-outs could be the answer to slow movers!: Is there anything more frustrating than being stuck behind a vehicle doing
Car v power pole? Know how to survive…: With dozens of Queenslanders crashing vehicles into the state’s power poles last