VICTORIA POLICE LAUNCHES FACEBOOK MESSENGER
For the first time in Australian law enforcement history, social media users will be able to access breaking news and safety advice during emergencies, through Victoria Police’s Facebook Messenger.
BOX HILL POLICE OFFICER WINS DISABILITY AWARD
A Box Hill police officer’s innovative thinking has been recognised for making a meaningful difference to a community member with a disability.
NEW PROGRAM HELPS BOOST AFRICAN POLICE OFFICERS
A new joint program is helping African-Australians succeed in their aspirations to become police and Protective Services Officers (PSOs) in Victoria.
EPA on noise pollution
Ever been trying to fall asleep only to have a noisy vehicle wake you up? We recently headed out to get bikes and cars that breached the EPA’s noise limits off the road.
Youth Outreach Program
Police are partnering with youth workers to help reduce youth offending. Youth workers will join police each night over 12 months for this ground-breaking program
Melbourne East police address homelessness - Part 1
As part of Homelessness Week 2018, in a two-part series, we explore the work being undertaken by Melbourne East Police to enhance their understanding of the issue. As they remind us, there’s no offence to be homeless.
There are around 1,400 people on the Australian organ transplant waiting list at one time. In 2014, Sergeant Jason Wallace was one of these people. He was lucky enough to receive part of a liver which saved his life. That same year, another Victoria Police Sergeant, John Lowe, was experiencing the other side of organ donation after his wife tragically passed following a brain aneurism. Her donation saved the lives of six people. Watch their story.
Meet the Steeles
Meet the Steeles – a family of emergency service workers. Even Rocky is a police dog! Has anyone else got family envy?
Out and about in Heidelberg
Policing is not a 9-5 job but at Heidelberg Police Station they try to make sure the roster works for everyone.
Career in focus - Amy Gledden
The meaning of numbers has been a focus for Superintendent Amy Gledden throughout her career, and most recently it’s a drop in the number of thefts and vehicle crime in the Southern Metro Region Division 2 that is getting results.