State police services
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is responsible for policing in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). The AFP provides this service to the people of the ACT through its community policing arm, ACT Policing.
The Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services is a tri-service with an overarching vision to enhance community safety and protection through excellent policing, fire prevention and emergency response services to the community.
NSW Police Force provides a range of services designed to ensure a safe New South Wales.
Includes information on crime prevention initiatives, missing persons, investigations, recruiting, media releases and crime statistics.
The South Australia Police preserve the peace, prevent crime, uphold the law, provide assistance in personal emergencies and coordinate and manage emergency incidents, and regulate road use and prevent vehicle collisions.
Provides information on areas of activity, recruitment, senior personnel, crime prevention, community relations, and permits.
Victoria Police provides a 24-hour police service to the Victorian community. This site provides information about the Victoria Police, its history, role structure, practices and policies, careers, initiatives and programs.
Provides community focused information on policing, recruiting, community services, and crime prevention. There are also up to date local district and sub-district information pages.