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Tag Archives: ACT Policing

Four to face court over historic indecent assault allegations

By 8 February 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
ACT Magistrates Court

Three NSW men and a Kaleen man will face the ACT Magistrates Court this week following reports of historic sexual abuse investigated under ACT Policing’s Operation Attest.
The operation was established in February 2015 in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, to investigate allegations of historical sexual abuse at institutions [...]

Teen to face court over hoax call to school in Calwell

By 4 February 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

A teenager will face the ACT Children’s Court following a threatening phone call made to Calwell High School yesterday.
Around 1pm yesterday, a staff member at Calwell High School received a threatening phone call which led to the school’s evacuation as a precaution whilst the veracity of the threat was investigated.
As a result of police investigations, [...]

Homicide Team issue description, call for help in Carville investigation

By 27 January 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police mock-up based on witness sighting

ACT Policing’s Homicide Team are continuing to establish the movements of a male suspect on the night murdered Evatt man Andrew Carville went missing.
Mr Carville was last seen at his residence in Evatt at 9.30pm on 4 November 2015 and his body was located in Majura on 19 November 2015.
Detective Senior Constable Jarryd Dunbar of [...]

Have you seen this man?

By 25 January 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
Tahadesse Kahsai

ACT Policing is asking for assistance in locating missing 61-year-old man, Tahadesse Kahsai.
Tahadesse was last seen in the Bruce area around 10.30am on Wednesday 30 December 2015.
Tahadesse is described as being about 175cm (5’9”) with a slim build and short grey hair, balding on top.
Anyone who may have seen Tahadesse is urged to call police [...]

Double demerits points in place till midnight tomorrow

By 25 January 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing is urging motorists to drive safely over the Australia Day long weekend and warns that double demerit points are now in place, effective from the first instance on Friday, January 22 until midnight January 26, 2016.
Double demerit points will apply on all speed, seatbelt offences, use of a mobile phone while driving, driving [...]

Missing Evatt woman found in Jindabyne

By 20 January 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Yuki Motomura

UPDATE:
Missing 31-year-old Evatt woman Yuki Motomura has been located safe and well in Jindabyne.
Ms Motomura was found by Jindabyne police about 11am this morning (Thursday).
Police would like to thank members of the public and the media for their assistance.
EARLIER REPORT:
Evatt woman Yuki Motomura, 31, has been missing since 8am Tuesday. Ms Motomura drives a black [...]

Man arrested over shooting in Holt

By 11 January 2016 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing have arrested a 26-year-old man over the shooting of another man in the leg in an apartment complex in Holt shortly before 8.15pm last night.
The victim was treated at The Canberra Hospital. His alleged attacker was arrested soon after the incident and taken to the ACT Watch House. Police will oppose bail when [...]

Burch quits police, emergency services portfolios

By 16 December 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
JoyBurch

Embattled ACT Government Minister Joy Burch has this afternoon resigned from the Police and Emergency Services portfolios as ACT Policing investigate Fairfax Media reports that her most senior adviser briefed Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union ACT Secretary Dean Hall on the contents of a meeting between Ms Burch and Chief Police Officer Rudi Lammers.
EARLIER [...]

Burch under pressure as ACT Policing investigate media reports

By 16 December 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
joy burch images

ACT Policing are investigating Fairfax Media reports that ACT Police Minister Joy Burch’s most senior adviser briefed Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union ACT Secretary Dean Hall on the contents of a meeting between Ms Burch and Chief Police Officer Rudi Lammers.
UPDATE: Burch resigns as Police and Emergency Services Minister.
An ACT Policing spokesman told RiotACT [...]

Spate of car break-ins at Holder early Monday

By 16 December 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to multiple vehicle break-ins in the Holder area in the early hours of Monday, 14 December 2015.
Police are urging anyone who may have witnessed the break-ins or anyone acting suspiciously in the Holder area between the hours of 12am and 3.30am to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or [...]

‘Grave concerns’ for missing Lyons man

By 9 December 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Missing man

Police hold grave concerns for the welfare of 56-year-old Lyons man Robert Jacob and are calling for public assistance to help locate him. He has been missing for ten days.
Mr Jacob (pictured), was last seen walking from the Westfield Woden Shopping Centre on Melrose Drive in Phillip on Monday, 30 November. He had been seen [...]

Homicide team calls for dashcam clues in Carville murder case

By 30 November 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
Detective Sergeant Donna Parsons and Detective Senior Constable Yoran Wolfkamp

ACT Policing homicide detectives have interviewed the owner of a vehicle interest in relation to the murder of Evatt man Andrew Carville and say they can’t rule him out as a suspect in the investigation.
They’ve also asked members of the public with dashcam or bodycam footage taken in the Majura area earlier this month [...]

Body is missing Evatt man: police

By 25 November 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
Andrew Carville

ACT Policing has confirmed that a body found in Majura last Thursday is that of missing Evatt man Mr Andrew Carville, and that his death is being treated is suspicious.
Police have ruled out family as persons of interest.
Mr Carville was reported missing earlier this month. He was last seen at his Evatt home on the [...]

Police seek witnesses to Griffith assault

By 25 November 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing has called for public assistance as it searches for a man involved in an altercation in at the Stuart Flats in Griffith last night.
About 5.15pm yesterday, a man was allegedly stabbed at Stuart Flats (across Captain Crescent from Manuka shops). The incident allegedly occurred near the carport at the rear of the building.
ACT [...]

Police discover body in Majura

By 20 November 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT police are investigating the circumstances surrounding an unidentified body found in Majura this afternoon.
Police are in the process of determining the cause of death and the identity of the body. Police are treating the death as suspicious.
Police are urging anyone who may have any information that could assist police to contact Crime Stoppers [...]

Police seek IDs over Caltex Weston assault

By 10 November 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Suspects

Police are seeking to identify two offenders following an assault at the Caltex Service Station on Brierly Street, Weston on Thursday, 15 October.
Around 11.10am, two men entered the Caltex Service Station. On exiting, one of the two left without paying for an item.
The pair were approached by a Caltex employee. One of the men then [...]

Poisoner kills puppy, dog in Kambah

By 10 November 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
The baited dogs

ACT Policing officers are working with the RSPCA as they investigate a distressing case in which two ten-week old puppies and an adult rescue dog were poisoned.
Australian kelpie rescue dog Red Dog and kelpie puppy Tanner died as a result of the crime. Tanner’s brother, Theo, was left critically ill but will survive the [...]

Forensics team investigates Narrabundah fire

By 9 November 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
Fire in Mindarie St

An ACT Housing townhouse in Mindarie Street, Narrabundah has been destroyed by a fire that has left neighbouring tenants homeless due to smoke damage.
One Mindarie St resident told RiotACT that the fire, which took hold in the early hours of this morning, was the third on the property in recent months. The first two were [...]

Car burnt to cinders at Hyperdome

By 2 November 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
Burnt out car

This was the scene visitors the Tuggeranong Hyperdome carpark were confronted with yesterday afternoon: a burnt out car surrounded by cinders and police tape.
One of our readers sent the photo through via our Facebook page and we contacted ACT Policing to find out what happened.
A spokesman said investigations were ongoing.
“About 12.50am on Sunday police attended [...]

Police issue facefits in Harrison aggravated robbery case

By 26 October 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Facelifts

ACT Policing has released two facefit images following an aggravated robbery in Harrison on Tuesday 13 October.
About 12.45pm, three to four males approached an unoccupied running vehicle outside a residence in Harrison.
The owner, who was a short distance away, confronted the offenders and was pushed to the ground by one of the males.
The offenders then fled in [...]

Tunnel collapse truck had no permit

By 21 October 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Tunnel collapse

ACT Roads Minister Mick Gentleman says the truck that caused the Acton tunnel collapse yesterday morning did not have the required permit for oversized vehicles/loads.
Mr Gentleman told ABC Radio that ACT Policing were still investigating the incident and it was a matter for them whether to press charges against the driver or his employer and [...]

Police call for info on jail assault

By 20 October 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing has identified three persons of interest in relations to the assault of a detainee at the Alexander Maconochie Centre in April this year and asks members of the community who may have information about the incident to contact Crime Stoppers as the investigation continues.
The assault investigation commenced after a man detained at the Alexander Maconochie [...]

Police targeting distracted drivers

By 3 September 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing is warning drivers to keep their eyes on the road and off their mobile phones during a month of driver distraction targeting in September.
Police will target driver distraction offences, which include using a hand-held mobile phone and can attract fines of up to $357 and three demerit points.
Traffic Operations Officer in Charge Station [...]

Project Safe Plate back this weekend

By 5 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
project safe plate canberra

[ 8 August 2015 at 10:00 am; ]

If you didn’t get your number plates fitted with tamper proof screws back in June, now is your chance.

ACT Policing has today announced that officers will be on hand to fit number plates with tamper-proof screws on the corner of Matilda and Callam Streets in Phillip this Saturday 8 August between 10am and 4pm.

Constable Kenny [...]

Crime stats show crime declining in Canberra’s north

By 24 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing’s latest quarterly crime statistics show a decline in crime reports in Canberra’s north and in reports of assault, sexual assault, offences against a person and other offences, which includes weapon and drug offences, across Canberra over the past year.
The release of the April to June 2015 quarterly crime statistics show Gungahlin experienced the [...]

Community film event -The Mask You Live In

By 18 May 2015
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[ 3 June 2015 at 6:00 pm; ]

Canberra business MarkWadie.com will present a screening of the documentary The Mask You Live In at Dendy Cinemas on Wednesday 3 June at 6pm.

This community event is a proactive catalyst for awareness and action tackling issues such as male violence, addictions, depression and suicide.

The film is a documentary examining masculinity in our modern world, questioning how our [...]

Police nab more drug-affected drivers, fewer drink drivers

By 9 February 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

As part of its multi-agency road safety strategy, ACT Policing actively targeted drink and drug-affected drivers between November and January.
In the last three months, Police conducted 45,014 roadside random breath tests which identified 163 drink-drivers and 508 roadside drug tests, identifying 82 drug impaired drivers.
During the same period last year, ACT Policing caught 301 drunk [...]

Police to investigate historic sexual abuse at ACT institutions

By 4 February 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
Police wrap

ACT Policing has established Operation Attest to investigate allegations of historical sexual abuse at institutions within the ACT.
 On 31 October 2013, the Crimes Legislation Bill 2013 was introduced by the ACT Legislative Assembly. This amendment removed the statute of limitations which now allows prosecution of certain historical sexual offences committed between 1951 and 1985.
Operation Attest [...]

Crime reports down across all regions

By 28 October 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

ACT Policing has continued to experience a decline in offence reports according to the latest quarterly crime statistics for 2014, in which an eight per cent decrease was recorded across the ACT.
Statistics posted to the latest ACT Policing CrimeStatistics webpage show the Inner South experienced the greatest decline with a drop in crime of 15.8 [...]

Men arrested after fleeing police

By 20 July 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

ACT Policing has taken two men into custody after they fled police on two occasions on Friday night (Friday, 18 July).
About 10pm, police detected a red Nissan Pulsar travelling along William Hovell Drive, Hawker and attempted to perform a traffic stop. The car failed to stop and fled from police. The car travelled through a [...]

64 New Constables for ACT Policing

By 30 June 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Simon Corbell, joined AFP Commissioner Tony Negus APM and Chief Police Officer for the ACT Rudi Lammers in welcoming 18 new Probationary Constables to the ranks of ACT Policing at the AFP College in Barton on Friday, June 27.
Over two days last week, four classes graduated, bolstering numbers to [...]

Man dies after being crushed by car

By 22 June 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

A 70-year-old man has died after a car he was working underneath fell on top of him.
About 4.40pm police were called to a residence on Namatjira Drive in Chapman, where ACT Fire and Rescue and ACT Ambulance were on scene.
ACT Ambulance assessed the man; however it appears he died of the injuries he sustained prior [...]

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