SLOW DOWN FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES
ATTENDING roadside incidents can be risky business, that's why our roads have now been made safer for workers attending emergencies. As of March 2, the new law requires motorists to reduce speed to a maximum of 40km/h when passing incident response vehicles with flashing lights and, where possible and safe to do so, move to the next lane. This applies to all emergency service vehicles and first response personnel who need to attend to roadside incidents very quickly.
– Kwinana Police and Rockingham Detectives would like to identify the people pictured on the right. Police believe they could assist with inquiries into a burglary and frauds in Bertram on March 24. If you can identify any of them call Crime Stoppers. KWINANA Police would like to know the identity of the female pictured (bottom, left). She may be able to assist police with a fraud inquiry. If you can identify her, call Crime Stoppers.
Police would like to identify the two people pictured (bottom, right). Police believe they could assist with a stealing incident in Kwinana on March 31. Call Crime Stoppers.