Applications are open for the newly created Supervising PCO role and additional PCO vacancies across Victoria. Visit the website for details about each role and to APPLY. Applications close at 11.59pm on Sunday 14 May: [ Vic.gov.au Link ]
We’re at the Phillip Island 500! Come and visit us at the Victoria Police Recruitment stand to have a chat about the many policing career opportunities available. Police Officers will also (pit)stop by to provide on-the-job insights into the role [ Supercars.com Link ]
Want to know the difference between the two types of Protective Services Officers – Transit & Protective Services Unit? What it’s like to work in both roles? What the recruitment process is for each role? REGISTER NOW for the PSO webinar to find out: [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]
"I personally think that social work is the best way to understand a place, its customs and culture, as well as the social structure. So I became a police officer." Watch First Constable Kenny Lin's story of his “out of the box” career decision to join the police force.
If you missed the PSO webinar today never fear – download it here! PSO 1st Class Joe speaks about his on-the-job experiences and provides advice to help you through the process. You’ll just need to turn up the volume when Joe speaks, as due to the wonderfully unpredictable nature of technology, the volume is lowered in his recording [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]
APPLY NOW – SUPERVISING POLICE CUSTODY OFFICER
Apply now for this new role, with positions available in 15 locations across Victoria. Supervising PCOs are responsible for managing persons in custody, supervising and supporting custody staff, and performing a range of administrative tasks. No previous Police Custody Officer (PCO) experience required. Applications close 11.59pm on Sunday 14... View details ⇨
Because police helped you in a time of need. Because you want to help your community. Because you want to make a positive change in someone's life. Everyone has a different reason for applying. We’d like you to share what's yours?
It’s not too late to register for the PSO WEBINAR on Wednesday 19 April. Hear on-the-job experiences from a PSO and ask them questions. We’ll also detail the recruitment process with tips: [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]
Tag a friend who should submit their Victoria Police application this long weekend. They could be one of the 3000+ Police and Protective Services Officers we are currently recruiting. Or should you be tagging yourself? #BeAForceForGood and apply at
REGISTER NOW to learn about the two Protective Services Officer (PSO) roles within Victoria Police – Transit PSOs and Protective Services Unit PSOs. Hear a PSO speak about their on-the-job experiences in both roles and find out about the recruitment process (with tips to help you prepare): [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]
Learn about the Protective Services Officer (PSO) roles within Victoria Police – Transit PSOs who keep the community protected at train stations, and Protective Services Unit PSOs who protect senior public office holders and places of importance.
Hear from a Protective Services Unit PSO who has also worked as a Transit PSO. They’ll share their on-the-job experiences in both roles and answer... View details ⇨
If you’re interested in applying as a Protective Services Officer and want to know more about the role or recruitment process ask us! Tag in any friends who may be interested in the role too.
Also register for the PSO webinar on Wednesday 19 April where a PSO will be answering your questions LIVE [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]
Hear on-the-job experiences from a Police Officer and have them answer your questions. We’ll also detail the recruitment process and provide tips. It’s not too late – REGISTER for the Police Officer webinar on Tuesday 11 April [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]
Say hello to the Protective Services Officers who will be on the platform all night to make sure your train journey is a safe one.
If you’re interested in a policing career in public safety the PSO role may be right for you – visit the Police Career website to learn more [ Vic.gov.au Link ]
Today Police Squad 4 & 5 and PSO Squad 6 marched out of the Academy and onto the next stage of their policing careers. With the endless career opportunities available in Victoria Police, who knows what these recruits will be doing on this day in 10 years time! Congratulations squads
“I think it’s important to thank those who’ve gone before us, the trailblazers who continued to push forward to make policing better for everyone". As we celebrate 100 years of women in policing, some of our female members reflect on their long careers with Victoria Police, and the positive changes being made for women’s career progression.