Your community has spoken

Victoria Police would like to thank the members of our community for taking time to complete the Engage Vic Survey. It was designed for you to provide us with insight into what you feel is important so we can tailor our policing to your expectations. The information provided to us has been collated and work has commenced to operationalise your priorities where resources are available.

Pleasingly, the majority of the community have stated that they feel safe within the local community, including when they are at shopping centres and shopping strips, parks and at home.

The importance of the police within the community means we take the results of the survey as seriously as you do. Addressing these results is our priority and you can continue to follow our progress by liking our Eyewatch page on Facebook.

Again thank you for contribution and we look forward to working in partnership with everyone in our local community.

Stay connected

Find out about your local policing priorities by speaking to one of your local police officers, either at a station or when they're out in the community.

Keep in touch with your local police and let them know what’s important to you by following the Eyewatch Facebook page

Find out more about your local Neighbourhood Watch at www.nhw.com.au

For crime prevention tips and resources visit www.crimeprevention.vic.gov.au

Read the latest crime statistics visit Crime Statistics Agency .

Overview

Working to keep our communities safe; be victim-centric, agile, responsible, visible, and address community’s needs.

Victoria Police is providing an opportunity for residents within the local community to advise police about any safety concerns, safety improvement ideas, and trust and confidence in local police. The survey is designed to give residents a greater voice in Victoria Police’s ongoing efforts in creating a safer Victoria.

Please note that this survey is not a way to report a specific crime. If you would like to report a crime, please phone Victoria Police on 000 if it is an emergency or otherwise contact Police Assistance Line on 131 444, or Crime Stoppers Victoria on 1800 333 000.