VicPol Corporate

Victoria Police works with a wide range of stakeholders to ensure efficient, effective, economical, and timely delivery on our objectives and priorities.

Our stakeholders include:

  • Other Victorian Government departments and agencies, including:

    • the courts
    • Department of Education
    • Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action
    • Department of Families, Fairness and Housing
    • Department of Health
    • Department of Justice and Community Safety, including Corrections Victoria
    • Department of Transport and Planning
    • Family Safety Victoria
    • Industrial Relations Victoria
    • Victorian Public Service Commission.
  • Policing and law enforcement agencies within and outside of Australia.

  • Peak bodies representing communities and/or specific community safety issues, including:

    • Community Crime Prevention Victoria
    • Crime Stoppers
    • the National Security Hotline
    • Neighbourhood Watch.
  • Partner organisations supporting our work, including:

    • Aboriginal Justice Caucus
    • Aboriginal Justice Forum
    • Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency
    • Blue Light Victoria
    • Commission for Children and Young People
    • Crime Statistics Agency
    • Monash Health
    • Transport Accident Commission
    • VicRoads
    • Victims Assistance Program
    • Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine
    • Virtual Global Taskforce
    • Youth Support Service.
  • Organisations providing community services including those providing family violence advice and support and those advocating for a fair, safe, inclusive Victoria, including:

    • Africause
    • Commission for Gender Equality in the Public Sector
    • Family Violence Prevention Agency (Respect Victoria)
    • Information Sharing Entities
    • Jesuit Social Services
    • Turning Point Drug and Alcohol Services
    • Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service
    • Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission
    • Victorian Legal Aid.
  • Local communities and their representatives, including:

    • local councils
    • local businesses
    • the Country Fire Authority
    • Local Safety Committees
    • local schools
    • migrant resource centres
    • priority community forums
    • the Victoria State Emergency Service.
  • Academia and subject matter experts, including:

    • Australian Institute of Police Management
    • Deakin University
    • Federation University
    • Melbourne University
    • Monash University Accident Research Centre
    • RMIT University Centre for Innovative Justice
    • Swinburne University Centre for Forensic Behavioural Sciences
    • University of Tasmania
    • Victoria University.
  • Oversight bodies, including:

    • the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission
    • Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner
    • Victorian Auditor General’s Office
    • Victorian Inspectorate
    • Victorian Ombudsman.

Reviewed 30 August 2023

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