This page is a resource for tertiary and secondary school students to assist in finding information.
Victoria Police receives a large number of requests from students every day.
This page provides links to information on news and campaigns, crime statistics, school visits, work experience and placements and more.
View media releases, visit Victoria Police News
View article on Victoria Police in the latest edition of Police Life magazine
Due to heavy workloads, we are not able to facilitate one on one student interviews with police members. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Corporate Statistics collect crime, traffic and population statistics, with crime and traffic statistics covering the whole of Victoria.
The Crime Statistics Agency (CSA) is responsible for processing, analysing and publishing Victorian crime statistics, independent of Victoria Police.
Freedom of information
Information requests can be made via Freedom of Information
Work experience and tertiary placement
Victoria Police offers work experience and placements to secondary and tertiary students. To find out about our different programs visit Work Experience
To find out more about recruiting and police careers, visit Police Careers
School and community group visits
Police are able to visit schools and discuss a wide range of topics with students. To find out more, contact your local police station
The Victoria Police Museum also runs three education programs based on their collections and the Victorian school curriculum, visit Victoria Police Museum
For tertiary students who wish to conduct research with Victoria Police personnel, data or resources visit Research
Enquiries about police being guest speakers should be directed to your local police. Details of how to contact your local police can be found in the Your Local Police section of this site.
Reviewed 20 March 2019