After successful completion of the Victoria Police Entrance Examination, Recruiting Services will conduct a preliminary check of your previous history to determine your eligibility and suitability for the role. You may then be contacted to undertake a video interview.

    The video interview has been designed to find out more about why you have applied for the role with Victoria Police and what your expectations of the position are. The questions fall into three sections:
    1. The role and organisational requirements
    2. Organisational values and behaviours
    3. Questions relating to the responses contained in your application.  

    Following your video interview, if you are deemed suitable to proceed, your previous history will continue to be assessed (traffic, criminal, employment) throughout the entire selection process.

    It is important that applicants fully disclose all information relating to prior history including past employment.  Failure to disclose information can result in your application being cancelled.

    If you are unsure and would to like check if your offence history will affect your application, you can consult the guidelines below and complete a Voluntary Disclosure Form which will be assessed prior to submitting your application.

    DOWNLOAD THE PRIOR OFFENCE HISTORY GUIDELINES HERE
    DOWNLOAD THE VOLUNTARY DISCLOSURE (VDF) FORM HERE

    If you have any contact with police during the selection process, you must inform the Recruiting Services Branch immediately via e-mail: recruitingservices@police.vic.gov.au

     
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