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LGBTIQA+ Liaison Officers

Learn about Victoria Police LGBTIQA+ Liaison Officers, and their roles and responsibilities.

Victoria Police LGBTIQA+ Liaison Officers (LLOs) are a contact point for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer community.

LLO roles and responsibilities

LLOs work to create mutual trust between police and the LGBTIQA+ community, ensuring we maintain a fair and equal policing service.

LLOs provide:

  • discreet, non-judgemental expert advice and help when reporting a crime as well as information about support services
  • recommendations to our organisation on the policing needs of LGBTIQA+ people.

Our LLO’s commitment to building relationships and supporting the LGBTIQA+ community includes:

  • regular training and communication about current and emerging issues
  • considering LGBTIQA+ community perspectives in the review and development of Victoria Police policies, processes, and initiatives
  • improving how we respond to incidents such as prejudice motivated crimes
  • presentations to social and support groups on the role of LLOs, and how police and the LGBTIQA+ community can work together.

Reporting a crime

If anyone is in danger, a crime is currently occurring, or you need immediate police attendance, please call Triple Zero (000).

If there is no immediate danger, you can report a crime to any police officer in Victoria Police by contacting your local police station. You can also request to speak to an LLO for advice and help to report a crime.

Contact an LLO

To get in contact with an LLO, speak to a police officer at your local police station.