Release date: Wed 2 December 2015
Last updated: Mon 6 November 2017
Victoria Police strives to be an inclusive, accessible, equitable and responsive organisation in service delivery, and as an employer, of people with disabilities.
Victoria Police's Accessibility Action Plan (PDF) outlines the organisation's commitment to people with disabilities.
There are four main goals identified to ensure Victoria Police:
EASY ENGLISH Resources
Victoria Police is committed to providing information in easily accessible formats and has developed Easy English resources to assist people who may have difficulty reading or understanding English or who may have cognitive or intellectual disabilities.
Easy English resources can be downloaded below.
Reporting Crime: Your rights Easy English
The Reporting Crime: your rights (PDF) resource covers:
The resource was developed in partnership with the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission and incorporated input from a range of stakeholder organisations.
A copy of of the resource is available here Reporting Crime: Your Rights (PDF) .
Reporting sexual assault Easy English
The Reporting sexual assault resource covers:
A copy of of the resource is available here Reporting sexual assault (PDF).
Family Violence: What Police Do Easy English
The Family Violence: What Police Do resources covers:
A copy of the resource is available here Family Violence:What Police Do (PDF)
Making a complaint against police Easy English
The Making a complaint against police resource covers:
A copy of the resource is available here How to make a complaint against police (PDF)
Reporting a missing person Easy English
The Reporting a missing person resource covers:
A copy of the resource is available here How to report a missing person (PDF)