Victoria Police

Community support and public safety programs include: Police schools involvement program, confident living for older Victorians, crime reduction strategies and community policy strategies.

Victoria State Emergency Service

Site includes safety information and a kid’s corner with safety related activities. Safety information topics include: how to stay safe during a flood, how to stay safe during a storm, how to stay safe while bush walking, how to stay safe on the roads, how to stay safe in the snow fields, Bushfire Action Guide, Cyclone Action Guide, Earthquake Action Guide, Flood Action Guide, Heatwave Action Guide, Lightening Protection Action Guide, Severe Storm Action Guide, earthquake awareness for Australians, flood warning, living with landslides, protecting caravans from high winds, severe storms – facts, warnings and protection, surviving cyclones, landslide survival and property protection.

Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit

The Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit (VISU) has been analysing, interpreting and disseminating Victorian data on injury deaths, hospital admissions and emergency department presentations across the state, nationally and internationally for more than 20 years.

  • 03 9905 1805.
  • Monash Injury Research Institute (MIRI), Building 70 21 Alliance Lane Monash University Clayton Campus, 3800, Australia

Violence Policy Center

The VPC approaches firearms violence from a public health perspective and explores policy alternatives to commonly accepted views on gun violence. Resources include: on-line resource centre, fact sheets, publications and links.