Police take on the Murray River Paddle
Each year, Victoria Police members team up with Aboriginal youth to paddle over 400km in the Murray River Paddle. This will be the 14th year that the joint Aboriginal-Police team have participated in the event which is one of the longest river races in the world.
Youth Summit 2017 -- Edmund
Victoria Police works closely with the Youth Umbrella Project, a program that helps young people, like Edmund, to gain skills and secure employment.
The Chief's Youth Summit which focuses on pathways to employment is being held tomorrow.
Youth Summit 2017 -- Amber
Next week's Youth Summit is focussed on exploring issues for young people who may find themselves locked out of employment. We hear from Amber, whose life has changed after finding meaningful employment.
Police going after hoons
Police have a number of approaches in place to address hooning across Melbourne’s north west and the rest of Victoria.
The 10 year anniversary of the murder of Cindy Crossthwaite
Following the 10 year anniversary of the murder of Cindy Crossthwaite, the Homicide Squad has received new information from the public in relation to her death.
International Coffee with a Cop Day
What’s your poison? Espresso, Macchiato, Ristretto, Latte or Cappuccino? When it comes to Coffee with a Cop, the choice is yours. It’s international Coffee with a Cop day, an informal event where the community can share a brew and their views with police. Contact your local cop shop to find out how to share a coffee.
The disappearance of Kath Bergamin
15 years ago Kath Bergamin suspiciously disappeared from the town of Wangaratta. Advances in DNA technology and an anonymous letter have renewed optimism in solving the case. But for the our investigators, Kath is more than just a missing person.
With a number of significant events in Melbourne CBD over the weekend, police had their hands full. But there was one party that topped the lot in Swan Street Richmond.
Operation Influx is currently underway in Banyule, where crime, public disorder and road trauma has been linked to drugs.
2017 Wall to Wall Ride
A 340 strong motorcycle contingent left Melbourne this morning from the Victoria Police Memorial on St Kilda Road in the eighth annual Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance.