Debra Robertson fought the system and won
Imagine being told to choose between your job or being a full-time mum. That’s exactly what happened in 1998 to Debra Robertson.
Keeping children safe online
During National Child Protection Week, the Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police Graham Ashton, reflects on the difficulties of parenting and keeping your children safe online.
A message from the Chief Commissioner
In winter it’s important that we all take extra care on the roads. Driving is much more challenging in rainy and windy conditions, your visibility may be reduced, and trying to drive in flood conditions is extremely dangerous. I urge everyone to take special care on the roads over the next few months and stay safe.
A MESSAGE TO SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL OFFENCES
By Family Violence Command Assistant Commissioner Dean McWhirter
Tackling The Complex Issue Of Youth Offending
By Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton
Youth Crime: A Deputy Commissioner's Perspective
By Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp
Our society is changing and so must police to face fresh challenges
Preventing crime and disorder is the founding principle on which modern policing is built. This has remained constant through our 163 year history.
BRODIE'S LAW - FIVE YEARS ON
It has been five years since Brodie’s Law was introduced making serious bullying a crime punishable by up to ten years in prison; yet sadly today it remains a compelling issue in Victoria.
We Will Not Tiptoe Around Gangs
When violence erupts in the heart of our city, as it did on Saturday night, tough questions must be put to those in charge.
International Women's Day Reflections:
Yesterday morning I was fortunate to address the Victoria Police International Women’s Day Breakfast, and witness our best attendance in recent years.