Christchurch -- Seven Years On
Seven years on, Superintendent Nigel Howard reflects on his time working in Christchurch following the 2011 earthquake. He was one of 130 Victoria Police members who travelled to New Zealand to assist.
Elderly drivers and fitness to drive
Have you been thinking about talking to a loved-one about their fitness to drive?
Claiming back Ecoville Park
After concerns of anti-social behaviour in and around Ecoville Community Park, residents have finally claimed back their park with help from police.
Chief's Colouring Comp winners announced
A big thank you to all the kids who entered the 2018 Chief Commissioner's Colouring Competition.
Amy Catterall, a Senior Constable and also VFLW Coach
When Senior Constable Amy Catterall is not working as an operational safety instructor, she is the coach of the inaugural Williamstown VFLW team.
If you're heading out on a Valentines date with someone you've met online, we've got some safety tips for you.
Can you help police to track down this male? He is perceived to be of African appearance, 20 to 25 years of age, believed to have a tattoo on his upper left arm and was last seen wearing a black singlet.
Business Crime Prevention
A burglary can have a devastating impact on a business. We spoke with Andrew from Gisborne about measures he's taken to secure his property.
Triple Zero: What to expect.
Hopefully you never have to call Triple Zero but if you do, this is what we thought you should know.
Thornbury armed robbery arrests
We spoke with Assistant Commissioner Stephen Fontana regarding the Thornbury armed robbery arrests, "we’re extremely pleased that we got every one of those guns back."
Racial and religious vilification
Racial and religious vilification can really affect the social cohesion of the community we live in.
New-look divvy vans
Check out our new-look divvy van. You can admire them as they go past but make sure to stay out of the back of one.
Blairgowrie Boat Explosion
The man has't been since the explosion took place on Australia Day. Do you know something that can help police?
Operation Sandsafe @ St Kilda
As more people flock to the Port Phillip area throughout summer, police will be out in force to keep the community safe. Hear directly from the Inspector to find out what is planned this summer.
Police, in partnership with National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council, is rolling out GPS tracking technology to combat car theft.
It's an emerging trend on the roads that's causing serious concern. Are you guilty of this?
In the last 12 months, there's been over 90,000 family violence offences in Victoria. A ground-breaking project is changing the way Victoria Police responds to these incidents.
A Good Change
Victoria Police has modernised the way it responds to incidents. We spoke with Inspector Paul O'Loughlin to find out more about the changes.