Message from the Chief Commissioner

Crime Prevention & Community Safety

Release date: Mon 10 September 2007

Last updated: Tue 7 June 2016

Personal, child and family

Information and resources for victims of crime

The Victims Support Agency (VSA) within the Department of Justice represents victims of crime and coordinates services for victims.

Information and resources for victims of crime can be found at http://www.victimsofcrime.vic.gov.au/

The website outlines where you can get the help you need, learn about your rights and entitlements, and access useful publications.

Need help or support? 
The Victims of Crime Helpline (1800 819 817) is staffed by specially trained Victim Support Officers. The helpline operates between 8am and 11pm seven days a week.
 

Information to reduce your chance of being a victim of crime

You can be prepared and reduce your chance of being a victim of crime. Information in this area of the site covers situations where you may be at risk of crime in your everyday life.

Keeping Safe: Information to help you keep safe around your neighbourhood

 

 

  

 

 



 
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