Inspectorate Review 20/2011 – Evaluation of Pursuits (Final Report)
Policing Alcohol Harm in Victoria 2014-24
Victoria Police is setting a clear vision for reducing alcohol related harm in our community. This position statement outlines that vision, and is supported by a strategic plan that sets clear actions for the organisation
Taskforce Deliver Report
Taskforce Deliver, led by former Chief Commissioner Neil Comrie AO APM, was an independent investigation into the falsification of preliminary breath tests (PBTs) by Victoria Police officers, following Victoria Police’s announcement in 2018 that police officers had been manipulating PBT devices to falsely inflate the number of tests conducted. The taskforce found that the falsification of breath tests was widespread but may have occurred at significantly lower rates than first estimated by Victoria Police. The taskforce has made 23 recommendations, which Victoria Police has accepted.
Taskforce Discover Report
Taskforce Discover was an inter-agency task force funded by the National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council and led by Victoria Police Crime Command. The Task Force's audit of the Victorian motor wrecking and scrap metal industries was undertaken with the assistance and cooperation of the Australian Crime Commission, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Consumer Affairs Victoria, the Environment Protection Authority Victoria, the Victorian WorkCover Authority and VicRoads.
Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Policy
Victoria Police employees must always act fairly, objectively without favour or affection to maintain public trust by being honest, open and transparent.
Any offer of a gift, benefit or hospitality to a Victoria Police employee naturally has strict rules to ensure employees avoid conflicts of interest, maintain high levels of integrity and public trust.
Victoria Police has re-issued this policy to support behaviour consistent with the Victoria Police Code of Conduct and the Code of Conduct for Victorian Public Sector Employees of Special Bodies.
In accordance with the Victoria Public Sector Commission framework requirements, Victoria Police is required to align and publish the Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Policy on a public website.
The document is now available by accessing the link below.
If you wish to acknowledge the service provided by a Victoria Police employee, there are a number of alternative means such as submitting Compliments and Complaints
If you wish to offer or provide a gift, benefit or hospitality to a Victoria Police employee, please be aware that an assessment will be made in accordance to our internal policy requirements, and the following may occur:
- Writing a letter of thanks and forwarding to the Chief Commissioner or the employee's direct manager
- retained by the employee; or,
- returned to the person giving the gift, benefit or hospitality; or,
- donated to a charitable body such as Victoria Police Legacy or the Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation
Reviewed 02 April 2019