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Hoon behaviour observed repeatedly across Canberra over weekend

Canberra hoons commandeered roads in Braddon, Fyshwick, and Hume over the weekend as their own burnout pits, which saw two cars impounded.

ACT man faces court for uploading intimate content online without consent

The man facing court filmed himself having sexual intercourse with the victim and allegedly uploaded it to a pornographic website without the victim’s knowledge at a later date.

Police ask public to identify man following incident in Mitchell

ACT Policing is calling out for public assistance to identify a man allegedly involved in an incident in Mitchell in September 2020.

Police seek help identifying man in relation to Canberra Centre incident

Today police released an image of the unknown man with the hope a member of the public will recognise him.

Queanbeyan checkpoint improves ACT border control

Police officers will be on the lookout for drivers attempting to enter the Territory who have recently visited declared COVID-affected areas.

ACT Policing: Don’t delay seeking help from domestic violence these holidays

With neighbouring coronavirus hotspots now raising the possibility of more isolation for Canberrans this Christmas, ACT Policing is urging the community not to delay seeking help with domestic and family violence services. In...

Kids in Care knows the value of a toy, or toothbrush, this Xmas

Kids in Care supplies gifts for birthdays and Christmas, as well as Go Bags full of thoughtfully chosen essential items for the first 24 hours a child enters emergency or crisis care in the ACT.

Accused drug dealer living in the lap of luxury faces court today

Luxury cars, a racing go-kart, a semi-automatic firearm and thousands of coins suspected of being stolen from the Royal Australian Mint were among the property seized following the arrest of a 37-year-old man facing the ACT Magistrates Court this morning.

Crime Stoppers ACT and ACT Policing sign MOU

Crime Stoppers ACT and ACT Policing have signed a new MOU to further extend the 22-year relationship between the two organisations.

Palmerston road rage incident ends in alleged assault

Two men driving a black Lexus and a red Holden were travelling southbound on Gungahlin Drive before a road rage incident on Friday 27 November.

Woman dies in Kambah house fire

A 70-year-old woman has died in a house fire in Kambah last night that took place at around 7.45pm, 29 November 2020.

Police seek information relating to Emu Bank altercation

ACT Policing is calling on anyone with anyone information relating to a disturbance on Emu Bank last night to come forward.