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February

Police Custody Officer - Morwell (Vpsg2)

Victoria Police - Latrobe, TAS

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work
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Police Custody Officer – Morwell

Victoria Police is a large organisation employing police, public servants and protective services officers. Victoria Police provides support to the community 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. At Victoria Police our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community we serve. We continually seek to attract and retain a diverse workforce which includes people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD).

Police Custody Officers (PCOs) are responsible for overseeing the management of persons in the custody of Victoria Police. The Police Custody Officer role offers a stimulating, challenging and rewarding career. You will be a valued member of the local police team and play a crucial role in the management and welfare of persons in custody. 

 The responsibilities of the PCO role will be:

  • Perform all duties relating to the management of persons in the custody of Victoria Police
  • Ensure the health, wellbeing, safety and supervision of persons in custody, staff and visitors
  • Liaise with internal and external stakeholders regarding the management, transport, offsite attendance or video links for persons in custody
  • Carry out all prisoner management functions in accordance with established legislation, policies and procedures, including preparing routine correspondence, attendance registers, creation of reports and other administrative tasks as required
  • Supervise persons in custody of the court

 PCOs must be available to be rostered on rotating shifts to perform day, afternoon and night shifts. Shifts last for 8.06 hours and include a half hour meal break. The start and finish times may vary depending on the location.

Day shift: commencing between 6am and 10am

Afternoon shift: commencing between 2pm and 6pm

Night shift: commencing between 10pm and 12pm

The PCO role is suited to people who are looking for a career that is stable and who are able to undertake shift work. This is a role that requires a healthy level of fitness. PCOs will be working with persons in custody, which requires maturity and good communication and reasoning skills. This role provides a good variety of tasks so you will need to be able to multi-task and manage your time well. PCOs will need to adhere to Victoria Police standard procedures and rules. Good computer skills, verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills are a must. PCOs need to demonstrate that they are of good character and reputation and that they are able to put their personal beliefs aside to remain non-judgmental when dealing with persons in their custody. 

NOTE: If successful in reaching the Assessment Centre Day, this is scheduled for Saturday 13th March 2021 at the Academy in Glen Waverley.

Want to learn more about the PCO role? Come along to the PCO Information session on Wednesday 27th January (virtual). Register via Eventbrite.

For more information, please contact:

E-mail: pcoemployment@police.vic.gov.au

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Latrobe, TAS

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work




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