Putting an end to dodgy security training
Private security workers are supposed to be given 128 hours training – but Victoria Police’s Licencing and Regulation Division recently uncovered a Harkaway man whose business was instead accepting exorbitant fees in exchange for two-day “fast tracked” courses.
Armed hold-up at Hampton East
Help us identify these two men who robbed a convenience store in Hampton East. One is carrying a gun.
Tradies targeted by opportunistic criminals
Tradies are being targeted by opportunistic criminals on the lookout for unsecured tools that can be sold for quick cash.
An update on the National firearms amnesty
Rifles, shotguns and handguns have been surrendered in droves as the firearms amnesty continues in Victoria.
Appeal for witnesses after series of home invasions
The Mill Park Serious Crime Task Force is investigating two home invasions in Thomastown and Epping they believe are linked. Cash and personal property was stolen before the offenders fled.
Pakenham man unidentified after nine years
Police are seeking public assistance to help identify a man that was struck and killed by a train in Pakenham over nine years ago.
How technology can help police tackle car thieves
By Assistant Commissioner Robert Hill
Keeping Commuters Safe
If you're a public transport commuter, chances are that you've come across Victoria Police's Protective Service Officers (PSOs). Each one of them plays an imporant part in keeping Victorians safe.
AGGRAVATED BURGLARIES AND CARJACKINGS: TACKLING THIS ISSUE TOGETHER
We at Victoria Police have heard your concerns about the recent spate of aggravated burglaries and carjackings being committed mostly by young people across the state.
A United Front
Australia and New Zealand Police Commissioners
– Protecting Women and Children from Family Violence