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.
How often do you see drivers and pedestrians distracted by their mobile phones? Perhaps you're even guilty of it yourself. We recently hit the streets of Moreland to ask ALL road users to put their phones away and pay attention on our roads.
PSOs on the move
PSOs are now on the move, patrolling trains, platforms and surrounding areas across the metro railway network. We're with you throughout your journey, working together to keep you safe.
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.
Contact card to enhance police engagement
Victoria Police is today launching a new ‘contact card’ as part of its commitment to transparent and accountable policing.
More people means more patrols.
Wyndham has one of the fastest growing populations in the state. In addition to more police officers, they also have an extra divisional van hitting the streets each night from 8pm. More people means more patrols.
Meet the Steeles
Meet the Steeles – a family of emergency service workers. Even Rocky is a police dog! Has anyone else got family envy?
This weekend is a popular one for deer hunting. While most hunters do the right thing, police want the public to know that they take illegal activity very seriously.
Middle Park Sexual Assault
Kim is the victim of a sexual assault in Middle Park last year. Listen to her story and help police identify the offender.