VPL hosted 370 people in the MCG member’s dining room for the 2016 Christmas lunch
Victoria Police Dog Squad 2017 Calendar now available for purchase online
The annual Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance is a national ride from police memorials around the country to the National Police Memorial in Canberra.
Legatees and VPL Board & Staff Members at the Torquay Regional Getaway – September 2016
Victoria Police Legacy (VPL) is a charitable organisation that provides a range of services to police families who have suffered the loss of a loved one. These services are provided both within and outside of Victoria as VPL remains part of a connected network of police legacies across Australia. VPL would like to thank its membership for supporting our work and provide awareness of the criteria of `legatee’:
Upon request, VPL can also provide support for a member/retired member, Protective Services Officers, recruit or the spouse or child of same where the need for that support is deemed by the Board to be special and extraordinary. Generally, this support will be to enhance the quality of life of a person where death is imminent or expected. Due to the breadth of individual circumstances, VPL should be contacted in the first instance to discuss possible support.
Victoria Police Legacy is a not-for-profit public benevolent institution that has Australian Taxation Office Deductible Gift Recipient status.
Our income is primarily derived from the extremely generous financial support of the many thousands of sworn members of Victoria Police ranging from the newest recruit to the Chief Commissioner, without whom much of the high quality support and services would not be possible. This is complemented by bequests, sponsorship, returns on investment and other donations.
The Northern Classic Cruisers, which is a group of keen classic car enthusiasts and strong supporters of Victoria Police Legacy, is holding a charity fund raising show at the Epping RSL on Saturday the 11th February 2017, between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. more »
VPL hosted 370 people in the MCG member’s dining room for the 2016 Christmas lunch.more »