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A history and reference book by John White of all police stations
in South Australia and early Northern Territory.
Launched by Police Commissioner Grant Stevens on the 28th April 2018, this limited-edition reference book provides a unique and fascinating insight into the history of all 466 police stations that have existed in South Australia from 1838 to 2018 and all 29 police stations in the Northern Territory from 1870 to 1911 (when the NT was under administrative control of SA). Five years in the making, the book not only contains fundamental details of the many police stations, but also includes countless examples of incredible commitment, self-sacrifice and heroism by those who staffed them in challenging and often appalling conditions, including instances of unbelievable hardship which police officers and often their wives and families had to endure. In addition, the book also provides a fascinating insight into the early social history of South Australia and its township and settlements and the important contribution that police stations and police made to the early development and growth of South Australia and the Northern Territory.
Comprised of a hard cover with 588 pages and 777 photographs, the book sells for $90, with all proceeds going to the South Australian Police Historical Society for the continued recording and preservation of the proud history of the South Australia Police. Whilst the first print of 300 books sold out within two weeks of being launched, due to overwhelming demand, a second print of books was ordered. These will be available from the 1st June at all branches of the Police Credit Union or can be ordered through the South Australian Police Historical Society webpage or on-line at:
by Max Slee.
In 1838 the infant British colony of South Australia suffered its first crime wave.
Twenty-one year old Henry Inman, a decorated cavalry officer, was appointed to create and command a police force, bringing law and order to the fragile settlement.
This biography on Inman – the first published – therefore narrates the genesis of the South Australia Police Force.
Inman zealously established the rule of law at the fragile frontiers of colonial settlement, pursuing murderers and bushrangers, one of whom he captured at Inman Valley, which is named after him.
Financial management – a lifelong weakness – then caused his dismissal.
Taking on overlanding livestock inn 1841, he was almost fatally speared. He then unintentionally provoked lethal hostilities with Aboriginals at the Rufus River, resulting in his financial ruin.
To support his growing family he taught mathematics in Sydney before returning to England in 1848 to join the rural clergy.
It was said that he was a most amiable young man, who ‘with favouring circumstances’ would become a credit to his family. But, despite many notable achievements, he was beset by misfortune and personal failings.
Now, following comprehensive research, this chronicle reveals his remarkable life and exploits.
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