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Here’s how to show your support to South Australia Police

Condolence books will be available at several police stations for those wishing to pay their respects.

As there South Australia Police, and the community more broadly, grapple with two heartbreaking incidents in the last week, the South Australian Government have revealed how you can show your support.

Condolence books will be available at several police stations for those wishing to pay their respects, including Christies Beach, Nuriootpa, Elizabeth, Police Headquarters on Angas St, Grenfell St, Port Adelaide, Mount Barker, Port Augusta, Mount Gambier and Bordertown, Port Lincoln, Murray Bridge, and Port Pirie.

An online condolence book is also set up for those preferring to express their sympathies digitally.

For individuals looking to extend their support further, donations can be made to SA Police Legacy. This charity offers crucial financial, emotional, and social support to South Australian police families dealing with bereavement or serious illness. Contributions, regardless of size, can make a significant impact and are greatly appreciated. Donations can be made at https://policelegacysa.org.au.

This wave of support follows the heartbreaking loss of Charlie Stevens, son of SA Police Commissioner Grant Stevens. Charlie tragically passed away in hospital following an alleged hit-and-run incident at Goolwa Beach, where he had been celebrating Schoolies. He succumbed to his injuries, including an irreversible brain injury, on Saturday evening, surrounded by loved ones.

In a separate incident, SA Police Brevet Sergeant Jason Doig, 53, was fatally shot while responding to a call out at Senior. Sergeant Michael Hutchinson was also shot in the incident but is recovering from non-life-threatening injuries. Constable Rebekah Cass, who attended the scene, was not injured. Commissioner Stevens paid tribute to Sergeant Doig, recognizing his high respect among peers.

To sign the online condolence book, click here.

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