Release date: Mon 12 September 2016
Last updated: Wed 8 March 2017
This year Victoria Police celebrates a century of women in policing. Police Life looks at how the organisation is moving towards a more diverse, inclusive and respectful police force, and talks to some women in the job about their experiences.
Also find out how police gathered to remember the victims of the Bourke Street tragedy and the impact it has had.
Other stories include:
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 and community members with an interest in policing or those looking to pursue a career in policing.
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