Release date: Thu 21 June 2007
Last updated: Wed 13 February 2013
For emergency police attendance call Triple Zero (000) for police, fire or ambulance.
Information About Emergency Assistance
Please be aware you cannot report crime via the Victoria Police website.
Report non-emergency crime incidents to your local police station. Details can be found in the Your Local Police section of this site.
Crime can also be reported to CrimeStoppers online, or by calling 1800 333 000.
Victoria Police Centre Switchboard
Monday to Friday, 7am to 7pm
Report non-emergency crime incidents to your local police station. Find your local police station
Recruiting Services processes all applications to join Victoria Police as general duties police and Protective Service Officers. We provide recruiting advice and support for applicants going through the recruiting process.
To find out more about a career with Victoria Police visit www.policecareer.vic.gov.au
Police Record Checks
To make an appointment to have your fingerprints taken, or you are wishing to check the status of a submitted record check, please contact 1300 881 596 between 8am-4pm Monday-Friday.
Firearms and weapons
Licensing Services Division is responsible for regulating and providing information regarding firearm and weapon related queries, including licensing, forms, permits and general enquiries.
Email: Firearms and Weapons
Private Security Industry
Licensing Services Division is the regulating authority of the private security industry in Victoria and can provide information about licensing, forms, permits and general enquiries. Issues involving security guards, crowd controllers or investigators should be forwarded to this Division.
Email: Private Security Industry
Your feedback will help us provide you with the best possible experience when visiting www.police.vic.gov.au.
Information about website feedback
The Police Conduct Unit is responsible for actioning compliments and complaints about behaviour of members of Victoria Police.
Submit: Compliments or Complaints.
Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC)
IBAC is Victoria's first anti-corruption body with responsibility for identifying and preventing serious corrupt conduct across the whole public sector, including members of Parliament, the judiciary and state and local government.
IBAC also has a broad oversight role in relation to police personnel misconduct and an important education function to proactively assist public sector agencies to improve their systems and processes to prevent corrupt conduct.
Phone: 1300 735 135