Salisbury Police Station

The Hon. J.S.L. DAWKINS ( 14:31 ): Will the minister confirm whether he thinks it appropriate that the second largest council by population in South Australia will be without a police station presence for the great majority of the time for access by the people in that city?

The Hon. P. MALINAUSKAS (Minister for Police, Minister for Correctional Services, Minister for Emergency Services, Minister for Road Safety) ( 14:31 ): I wholeheartedly support every effort that is being undertaken by this government and by SAPOL to serve the people of Salisbury in the most efficient and expeditious way possible. We have already improved the resources that are available to SAPOL. What we want to also do is make sure that their communities— 

The Hon. J.S.L. Dawkins interjecting: 

The PRESIDENT: Can the Hon. Mr Dawkins allow the minister to complete his answer. 

The Hon. P. MALINAUSKAS: We want to make sure that the people of Salisbury remain and continue to have their safety improved. If we are increasing the resources to SAPOL, we want to make sure that SAPOL is improving community safety with it, and that is what this review is looking at.