Initiatives and Programs
Release date: Mon 14 March 2016
Last updated: Tue 3 January 2017
Available to current and former Victoria Police employees and their families only
Victoria Police responded immediately to the VEOHRC findings, with the establishment of victim centric responses focused on the impact and wellbeing of employees. Key services were established to support current and former employees including Safe Space.
It is an external and independent service providing confidential advice, support and advocacy, available 24 hours/seven days a week/365 days per year state-wide and is independent of the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Victoria Police.
The Safe Space service will not disclose information to Victoria Police that might identify a victim/target without their express consent.
Professional Standards Command (PSC) Compliments and Complaints line
The Professional Standards Command (PSC) Compliments and Complaints line on 1300 363 101 is available during business hours for other members of the Victorian community who have experienced sex discrimination and sexual harassment, including predatory behaviour relating to Victoria Police.
Taskforce Salus was established to identify and investigate sexual predatory behaviour and serious sexual harassment and discrimination allegations made against current or former Police, Protective Services Officers and Victorian Public Service staff.
There are processes in place to ensure confidentiality consistent with the Protected Disclosures Act to protect the identity of reporting individuals. If you prefer, anonymous information may also be provided.
Taskforce Salus Confidential Contact Options
See the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission Review Response page for information about the independent review to examine sex discrimination and sexual harassment including predatory behaviour in Victoria Police.