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.
Investigating Abuses in Disability Services
As police, we know too well the impacts that being a victim of crime can have. For many, it can be a confronting and traumatic experience that results in statements being taken, a police investigation and ideally an offender or offenders before the courts.
A podcast about understanding sexual crime
Victoria Police are proud to launch a new six-part podcast to help improve the community’s understanding of sexual crime as part of National Child Protection Week.
Many shades of policing
Twenty-three years after the Tasty nightclub storm, the rainbow which emerged is only getting more vivid at Victoria Police.
Celebrating 100 years of women in policing
From just two women in 1917 to almost 4000 – and counting – in 2017, a lot has changed in the 100 years that women have been at Victoria Police and the best is yet to come.
Meet Constable AJ Bounda
Constable AJ Bounda came to Australia as a refugee and has joined Victoria Police to help people and assist the community.
Helping communities connect with Eyewatch
Eyewatch is a platform that allows police to share updates about crime and other community safety initiatives via Facebook.
Supporting The State Apology To LBGTI Communities
Today I attended an apology from the Premier on behalf of the Victorian State Government to members of LGBTI communities for historic laws which criminalised homosexual acts.
Violence Must Never Become Normal
I was speaking last week to a mother of teenage boys and she told me how hard it can be trying to raise gentlemen, particularly with the mixed messages often sent by our community.