First Glimpse At Victoria's New Police Stations

08 March 2024

The Allan Labor Government is delivering four communities new state-of-the-art police stations - with the designs for stations at South Melbourne, Narre Warren, Point Cook and Clyde North released today.

The new and upgraded stations will deliver modern facilities for Victoria Police – giving them the best law enforcement infrastructure so our hardworking police can continue to keep the community safe.

South Melbourne will receive a new 24-hour station on the corner of 142 Dorcas Street - the $52 million build will feature modern custody and interview rooms, large training rooms and secure parking for police vehicles.

As part of a $78 million investment in Melbourne’s growing south-east corridor, Clyde North will receive a brand new station while Narre Warren Police Station will also get a major upgrade.

A further $25 million has been dedicated for a brand-new police station in Point Cook, a vital resource for one of the fastest growing suburbs in the state.

Tenders for construction will be released in the coming months, inviting builders to enter a formal submission to build the new stations.

Since 2014 the Labor Government has delivered more than $423 million to build 19 new police stations and upgrade 15 more across Victoria.

This is part of the Government’s record investment of $4.5 billion to deliver more than 3,600 new sworn police officers, as well as state-of the-art intelligence systems, infrastructure and new technology.

Quotes attributable to Minister for Police Anthony Carbines

“Our record investments are about making sure Victoria Police has all the resources they need to keep the community safe.”

“We’re delivering modern police stations equipped with future-proofed design features so our police have the facilities they need now and into the future.”

Reviewed 08 March 2024

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