Release date: Fri 3 January 2014
Last updated: Thu 12 June 2014
Police Life is Victoria Police's official magazine.
In each edition you will find articles about police across the state, true crime stories, tales of good arrests as well as police station profiles and the latest policing initiatives.
It is published quarterly and distributed across the state and interstate to serving and former Victoria Police members, other law enforcement agencies, schools, parliamentarians, libraries, legal firms, the media, community members with an interest in policing or those looking to pursue a career in policing.
Read Police Life online, or visit your local police station to pick up a copy.
With reported family violence incidents on the rise in Victoria, the Winter edition of Police Life features a number of stories to highlight what Victoria Police is doing to tackle the issue, how its members put victims first and case studies showing the horrific nature of some incidents.
Police Life also looks into the role of the Gay and Lesbian Liaison Officers and a joint program between Victoria Police and the City of Melbourne where CCTV cameras are helping to solve and deter crimes.
Find out how the Police and Emergency Services Games went earlier this year and how police in Benalla work hard to keep locals and those who visit, safe.
Also, check out the first female police member to pass the Solo Unit's physically demanding course and how a mock collision scene used at the Victoria Police Academy is helping train police to better investigate road crashes.
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