TV and Radio Reports
- March 2019 ABC News on One Nation scandal, Samantha Lee and David Handyside comments
- March 2019 ABC interview Samantha Lee and David Handyside
- March 2018 – DH v Sam Lee
- SSAA SA Approved Constitution
- Club MODEL Constitution
- Social Media Rules
- SA Election Political Party Responses
- Australian Conservatives Party Response
SSAA SA Forms
- SSAA SA Travel Grant Form July ’18
- SSAA SA State Title Prize Support
- SSAA SA Club Grant Application
- SSAA SA Expenses Claim Form – FEB ’17
Official Government Reports
Shooting Club Secretary Responsibilities
The letter below is from Tom Afford, SAPOL Firearms Range Officer, detailing the responsibilities of secretaries for shooting clubs. Please note the requirements of club (Branch) secretaries to maintain a record of contact details for members, including residential addresses.
Monarto Shooting Complex Program
The Monarto Shooting Complex is an area 60km east of Adelaide on which a number of shooting clubs and associations are situated. The SSAA SA also has its State office and training centre at Monarto.
The Association’s ranges at Monarto are numbered 1-7, from which 11 clubs shoot. These clubs are: Practical Shooting SA (S37), Monarto Handgun Metallic Silhouette Club (S10), Monarto Metallic Silhouette Rifle Club (S07), Security & Allied Services Firearms Club (S28), Conservation and Wildlife Management (S09), Big Game Rifle Club (S31), Adelaide Target Shooting Club (S22), Goolwa Pistol Club (S25), Monarto Black Powder & Shooting Club (S12).
The ranges are divided into two groups. Ranges 1-4 have shooting distances from 25m to 500m. Ranges 5-7 have distances from 25m to 200m. The Monarto ranges are also used by other clubs for specific events, such as Para Black Powder (S06) and Goolwa Pistol Club (S25).
Please note that the SSAA Monarto State Range Program 2020 has been produced as a planning tool for range allocation and does not show what disciplines or events individual clubs have on the ranges they are programmed to use. SSAA SA clubs are identified by two means; their name and an Association number; eg Monarto Metallic Silhouette Rifle Club (S07).
For information regarding the nature of the club use on a particular day, please contact the club directly.
Regarding National Police Clearance: You will note when you read through the document that forms submitted for volunteer organisations (us) have no charge attached as the SSAA SA will submit the form with our confidential VOAN number clearance.
If you fill it in online, print it off, have a JP witness your 100 point documents and then submit to SSAA SA we can send it in, it will then be cleared back to you personally via SAPOL.
If you have any further questions after reading the documents on line please contact us.
Thank you for supporting our sport by applying for this clearance.