Victoria Police
Profile Industry : Government & Defence
Location : Victoria
SECTOR : State Government
INCLUSIVE PROGRAMS : Pride in Diversity
Australian Workplace Equality Index Tiers : N/A

WHO WE ARE

Victoria Police provides policing services to the Victorian community 24 hours a day, seven days a week, working to keep over 5.9 million Victorians safe.

MORE ABOUT US

At Victoria Police, our mission is to ensure a safe, secure and orderly society by serving the community and enforcing the law. As an organisation that serves the community we strive to ensure that we reflect the diversity of the community within our ranks.

WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR

There is a wide range of roles available at Victoria Police. There are roles in community safety, including frontline policing, Protective Services Officer (PSO) roles and Police Custody Officer (PCO) roles. Police officers, PCOs and PSOs are supported in their roles by public service professionals who work as administrators, managers and specialists in a range of functions such as legal services, accounting, psychology and forensic sciences.

WHERE WE ARE

There are over 340 police stations across Victoria.

WHAT WE DO

Law enforcement encompasses issuing warrants and making arrests, but also crime prevention, community engagement and relationship building.

OPPORTUNITIES

We have Police, PSO, PCO and Public Service employees– each area offers a wide range of opportunities for learning, development and advancement.

SIZE

Victoria Police has over 18,000 employees.

CONTACT DETAILS

Check out our comprehensive website or contact rsbmarketing@police.vic.gov.au

Victoria Police actively supports diversity and inclusion in its workforce and connects to the LGBTI community through important dates including IDAHOBIT, Midsumma Carnival, Pride March and ChillOut Festival. The Police Academy recently launched an LGBTI support network and there is also a large GLLO Network (LGBTI Liaison Officers) across Victoria that work at building stronger relationships with the LGBTI community both internal and external to Victoria Police.

Gerard De Leon Senior Constable

I joined Victoria Police in 2005 and my colleagues have been very accepting. When my managers learned that I’m also a LGBTI Liaison Officer, they have been very supportive. They also encourage me to continue to liaise with LGBTI organisations so we can improve VICPOL’s relationship with them.

My colleagues have also asked me for advice in regards to how to address specific issues affecting the LGBTI community particularly Same-Sex Family Violence. Day by day, I feel that police understanding of LGBTI issues is growing. I feel very fortunate to be working in an environment where I am accepted and respected for who I am.

Company Attribute
AWEI Bronze Employer
AWEI Gold Employer
AWEI Participating Employer
AWEI Platinum Employer
AWEI Platinum Qualifier
AWEI Silver Employer
LGBTI Diversity Strategy
LGBTI Employee Network
LGBTI Recruitment Policy
Pride in Diversity Member
Pride in Health Member
Pride in Sport Member
Transitioning Policy for Trans Employees