- published: 09 Jan 2018
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Team Sky gets pulled over by police and "educated in road rules" by SAPOL (South Australian Police) just days ahead of the start of the 2018 Tour Down Under For my 2017 "Riding With The Pros" playlist go here... https://goo.gl/uDcYg4 For my continuing 2018 "Riding With The Pros" playlist go here .. https://goo.gl/tE5LBP
Police with a man under arrest. After midnight new years day 2018 8:30 A person walks past holding pizza's, has a look at what is going on, I am not sure if they thought he was too close, or said something the police didn't like, put he is told he will be arrested if he doesn't leave. Here's a low quality dark recording of the man under arrest being pulled down by SA police. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpjbPR2JIw8
Full report on the incident can be found here: http://bit.ly/2xqzedz
Police always trying to make my life difficult everyday & ive had enough! Hit 1 million + views in Australia & its time to make myself known globally.... LETS DO THIS PLEASE LIKE MY VIDEO AND MAKE ME MORE VIRAL THAN I ALREADY AM.... 30605
This happened in the early of the morning, 1st January 2014. The alarm siren was probably due to someone having hit the shutter of a shop.
At the conclusion of the rally at Adelaide Parliament House by the homosexual community pushing for "yes" votes to the Australian plebiscite for homosexual "marriage", brother Kevin was arrested by police for warning the group to repent, turn from their sin and "leave the kids alone". Glory to God though that our banners were held high and the gospel was made known to the whole group. The police released brother Kevin shortly after. He had committed no crime. . This video is a little shaky in most spots because I was trying to hold up the banner in the wind, film the proceedings and avoid the girls trying to block my filming.
A SICKENING video of a police officer slamming a woman onto her head in full view of dozens of witnesses on Hindley St has prompted calls for an urgent inquiry by the Police Commissioner. The Sunday Mail has obtained mobile phone footage of the officer hurling the woman onto the ground as he tried to break up a fight about 6.30pm Friday. The woman’s head hits the footpath with such force that a thud can be clearly heard — despite the video being shot from the other side of the street. Council for Civil Liberties chair Claire O’Connor SC said the woman appeared lucky not to have been seriously injured or even killed. Ms O’Connor said she was “very concerned at what appears to be, at first blush, an excessive use of force”. Subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6d...
This policeman was obviously not aware of the bike signal which allows cyclists a few seconds to clear the intersection ahead of other traffic. There are a few of these around Adelaide - he said he has never seen one before.
A man who allegedly threatened a three-year-old girl with a firearm after abducting her, a woman and another child before driving along Adelaide's Rundle Mall has been shot by police in the CBD. SA Police said just before 9:00pm yesterday the 26-year-old man abducted a woman, 23, the girl and a seven-month-old boy from Cumberland Park. Officers spotted the car, with all four inside, travelling on Marion Road in South Plympton at 10:20pm and it was tracked by the police helicopter to Port Adelaide. The car's tyres were spiked at the intersection of Grand Junction and South Road about 11:10pm but the car kept going into the city via North East Road, along Rundle Mall and into Hindley Street. Assistant Commissioner Paul Dickson said the man was shot in Hindley Street after the vehicle was...
Extraordinary historical footage of SA’s police force has been found gathering dust in a cupboard at the police academy.
Young african men being arrested in prospect road, adelaide.
A teenager accused of a terrifying attack on an Adelaide taxi driver has been charged after a dramatic police raid.
Over the teeter bridge, through the car wash, onto a mattress, up onto platform in hand and under saddle!
car runs red light in front of police adelaide cbd 10-jan-2016
Police have used sound and flash grenades to gain the upper hand in a dangerous hour long chase through the city and inner suburbs.
Today Tonight exposes the shameful, revenue-raising behaviour of South Australia Police (SAPOL). Deliberately starting confrontations, illegal searches, fining motorists for the most inane 'offenses' ... all in the name of meeting revenue 'benchmarks' (a.k.a quotas). Original Today Tonight story can be viewed at: https://www.todaytonightadelaide.com.au/stories/police-revenue