Tag Archives: ACT Policing

Police Wrap – 9 August 2010

By 9 August 2010

1. Trouble in the Serbian Club car park:
ACT Policing is investigating an incident in Mawson in the early hours of Sunday morning (August 8 ) in which two youths were assaulted and had their property stolen.
Police attended the carpark of the Serbian Club in Mawson around 12.40am after it was reported that two male [...]

Police Wrap – 7 August 2010

By 7 August 2010

1. Hospital vandalism:
ACT Policing is investigating property damage at The Canberra Hospital in Garran today (August 6).
Around 7am police were called to the new Surgical Assessment and Processing Unit at the hospital after damage to a number of items including an ice machine and zip boil unit.
At this stage the exact cost of the [...]

Police Wrap – 6 August 2010

By 6 August 2010

1. Calwell Fail:
ACT Policing has arrested a 23-year-old Calwell man after he was allegedly caught driving with a high Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) last night (August 5) on two separate occasions.
About 11.20pm on Thursday 5 August Police stopped the man on Canberra Avenue, Fyshwick. The man was subjected to a roadside screening test which returned [...]

RAPID Rising

By 5 August 2010

Simon Corbell is letting us know that two more vehicles fitted with the RAPID system (Recognition and Analysis of Plates Identified) are hitting the road.
A successful trial of RAPID during the first half of 2009 saw:
– 2,348 individual vehicles and people of interest being identified;
– 1,820 infringements being issued; and,
– 200 suspensions or disqualifications [...]

Police Wrap – 5 August 2010

By 5 August 2010

1. Starting young:
ACT Policing has arrested a 17-year-old male over the robbery at the IGA supermarket in Ainslie last month.
Around 12.20am on Friday July 23 three males approached an employee after closing and threatened him with a knife, forcing him to re-open the store. The offenders stole an amount of cash and cigarettes and [...]

Police Wrap – 4 August 2010

By 4 August 2010

1. Kambah represent!
ACT Policing arrested a 25-year-old Kambah man overnight for multiple offences after the vehicle he was driving allegedly had collided with a garbage skip outside an apartment complex in Aspinall Street, Watson.
Police were called to the location around 8.40pm last night (Tuesday, August 3) after receiving a report of the collision involving [...]

Police Wrap – 3 August 2010

By 3 August 2010

1. The mystery box of Yarralumla:
ACT Policing is appealing to members of the community to help solve a long-running mystery surrounding the location of a large wooden box found partially buried in bushland in Yarralumla.
Police were called to the secluded location on February 25, after a Royal Canberra Golf Course greens keeper initially alerted [...]

Police Wrap – 2 August 2010

By 2 August 2010

1. Death in Lyneham:
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an incident in Lyneham this afternoon (Sunday, August 1), in which a vehicle veered off Mouat Street and through a nature strip before coming to rest in the front yard of a residence on Brigalow Street.
The 59-year-old male driver and single occupant of the vehicle [...]

Police Wrap – 31 July 2010

By 31 July 2010

1. Gotcha!
An off-duty member of ACT Policing Operations yesterday (Friday, July 30) identified two suspects sought by police in connection with an armed robbery in Queensland, with the pair subsequently arrested and held pending extradition proceedings.
ACT Policing received information from Queensland Police on Wednesday, July 28, that a 26-year-old male and a 28-year-old female [...]

Police Wrap – 29 July 2010

By 29 July 2010

[First filed: Jul 29, 2010 @ 9:30]
1. Tree rustlers nabbed:
ACT Policing have arrested two males over the theft of 12 Dragon trees from the National Canberra Arboretum.
The trees were stolen between 6pm (Monday July 26) and 6.30am (Tuesday July 27). Five of the trees have been recovered and returned to the National Canberra Arboretum.
A [...]

Police Wrap – 28 July 2010

By 28 July 2010

1. Bad publicity:
A 17-year-old male will face the ACT Children’s Court this morning charged with aggravated robbery.
Police will allege the young person was involved with another male on the aggravated robbery committed at the Caltex Service Station in Kaleen on Monday July 26.
ACT Policing received multiple calls from the Canberra community identifying the male [...]

Police Wrap – 27 July 2010

By 27 July 2010

1. Electrical street fire in Gordon:
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to a fire that occurred in Gordon early this morning (Tuesday July 27).
About 1.45am residents in Lewis Luxton Avenue, Gordon were awoken by a loud bang. Upon investigating the noise residents saw the electricity box located at the end of the laneway on fire. [...]

Police Wrap – 24 July 2010

By 24 July 2010

1. Ainslie armed robbery:
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an armed robbery at the IGA supermarket in Ainslie early today (Friday July 23).
Around 12.20am three males approached an employee after closing and threatened him with a knife, forcing him to re-open the store. The offenders stole an amount of cash and cigarettes and left [...]

Police Wrap – 21 July 2010

By 21 July 2010

1. Sixth time’s a charm:
A five-time drink-drive offender caught for the sixth time was among the 59 people apprehended by ACT Policing in an intensive Random Breath Testing effort last week (Monday, July 12- Monday, July 19).
The 43-year-old Richardson man was driving south on the Monaro Highway, near Hume, when he was stopped [...]

Police Wrap – 20 July 2010

By 20 July 2010

1. Perhaps a little old for this work:
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an aggravated robbery in the car park of the DFO shopping centre in Fyshwick which occurred around 11:50am this morning (Monday 19 July).
Two males approached the 69-year-old victim, a security officer, shortly after he entered the car park and forced him to [...]

Police Wrap – 19 July 2010

By 19 July 2010

1. Weekend fatalities:
ACT Policing’s Collision, Investigation and Reconstruction Team (CIRT) are investigating two fatal collisions that occurred in Canberra’s south this morning (Saturday July 17).
Around 8.55am, police were called to the intersection of Canberra Avenue and Ipswich Street in Fyshwick, where a motorcycle travelling eastbound on Canberra Avenue had collided with a vehicle travelling [...]

Police Wrap – 12 July 2010

By 12 July 2010

1. Blast bandits in Erindale:
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an aggravated burglary in Erindale yesterday in which an improvised explosive device was used to force entry to a liquor shop.
Police were patrolling in the Erindale area around 4am on Sunday (July 11) when two loud noises were heard from the direction of Denigan [...]

Police Wrap – 10 July 2010

By 10 July 2010

1. Man dead in Giralang:
ACT Policing is currently investigating the death of a young male, aged in his early 20’s, who was found early this morning (Saturday 10 July) in a creek bed in Giralang.
The cause of death is unknown at this stage however police are not treating it as suspicious.
A report in being [...]

Mayhem in Manuka

By 9 July 2010

[First filed: Jul 8, 2010 @ 13:22]

It looks to be a car chase in Manuka, street sectioned off… 8 police cars ? anyone know more?
ED – Rikstr also posted the following:
I missed it but does anyone know what happend in Mankua at Lunch today?
Looked like an unmarked VW GOLF R32 chased down a Falcon [...]

Police Wrap – 8 July 2010

By 8 July 2010

1. Conning the elderly:
ACT Policing is encouraging elderly community members to be vigilant about their personal and home safety after reports of conmen using various scams to gain entry to homes.
ACT Policing have received numerous reports recently of suspicious behaviour in Canberra’s inner city suburbs. The reports are of males offering to fix the [...]

Police Wrap – 6 July 2010

By 6 July 2010

1. Busby man brought back:
A 19-year-old man from Busby, NSW will face the ACT Magistrates Court tomorrow morning (Wednesday 7 July) charged with aggravated robbery after a successful extradition by ACT Policing detectives today.
Police will allege the man committed the aggravated robbery at the United Service Station, Canberra Avenue in Fyshwick on Friday [...]

Public urination – don’t get caught

By 5 July 2010

The Canberra Times brings word that since Christmas even 148 Canberrans have been fined for having a wee where the police could see them.
And one police sergeant believes the fines have helped reduce the instance of the unhygienic offence. The fines or criminal infringement notices were established to help police deal with minor matters [...]

Police Wrap – 2 July 2010

By 2 July 2010

1. Fresh meat on the beat:
Twenty-one new ACT Policing officers were officially sworn in as Constables of Police at the Australian Federal Police (AFP) College in Barton today.
Chief Police Officer for ACT Roman Quaedvlieg joined AFP Commissioner Tony Negus in welcoming the new officers into ACT Policing.
“Recruits face many challenges, mentally and physically, during [...]

Police Wrap – 1 July 2010

By 1 July 2010

1. Ram Raiders!
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an incident where a vehicle was used to ram an ATM located at the Fyshwick Food Markets early this morning (Thursday July 1).
About 4:31am, police were called to the incident in Dalby Street, where a vehicle appears to have been driven into two metal bollards, some [...]

Police Wrap – 29 June 2010

By 29 June 2010

1. Alleged rapist to face court:
ACT Policing has arrested a 19-year-old Phillip man for a sexual assault that occurred in Kambah earlier this year (January 23).
Police will allege a 35-year-old female was walking along a footpath when she was approached by the alleged offender asking for a light for his cigarette. He [...]

Police activity around the Realm Hotel

By 28 June 2010

Anyone know anything about the police activity around the Realm Hotel around 1530hrs today?

Police Wrap – 26 June 2010

By 26 June 2010

1. Pushing the limits:
ACT Policing has arrested a 15-year-old female over multiple triple zero calls made in the early hours of Wednesday, June 23.
Emergency services received up to 13 hoax phone calls from the young person between 12.40am and 5.30am, requesting attendance at a location in Lyons. Each time emergency services arrived they could [...]

Police Wrap – 25 June 2010

By 25 June 2010

1. Large knives in Curtin:
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an aggravated robbery that occurred in Curtin in the early hours of this morning (Friday 25 June).
About 3.30am the victims, a 29-year-old male and a 26-year-old female, were walking up Leake Place when they saw a vehicle pass by without its headlights on.
A short [...]

Police now more powerful

By 25 June 2010

The ABC informs us that Canberra’s magnificent boys in blue are the recipients of new powers from the Legislative Assembly:
The ACT Legislative Assembly has passed new laws boosting surveillance powers for police and making it easier to prosecute people who participate in a group planning to commit a serious crime.
The surveillance changes will let [...]

Police Wrap – 24 June 2010

By 24 June 2010

1. First school fire of the season:
ACT Policing Criminal Investigations have arrested two juvenile males, one aged 13 and the other 15, for the Lanyon High School fire which occurred on 22 April this year.
ACT Policing Criminal Investigations team commenced an investigation into the Lanyon High School fire after it was deemed suspicious [...]

Police Wrap – 22 June 2010

By 22 June 2010

1. Fatal in Isaacs:
ACT Policing Collision, Investigation and Reconstruction Team (CIRT) are investigating a collision between a car and a motorbike that resulted in the death of the motorcyclist in Isaacs on Saturday night June 19, 2010.
Police were called to the intersection of Yamba Drive and Julia Flynn Avenue, Isaacs around 8.30pm on Saturday [...]

Police Wrap – 19 June 2010

By 19 June 2010

1. They seemed to know what they were looking for:
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to a burglary in Richardson overnight in which four trail bikes and a bright yellow Holden Commodore utility were stolen.
Between 10:30pm last night (Thursday 17 June) and 7am today (Friday 18 June), unidentified offenders have gained entry to a residence [...]

Follow The RiotACT
Get Premium Membership
Advertisement Newsletter Sign Up

Should school bus travel be free?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Images of Canberra

RiotACT Proudly Supports
Copyright © 2014 Riot ACT Holdings Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.