Being prepared for emergencies is a shared responsibility in Victoria

The way Victoria's emergency services work together aims to provide a world-class service by delivering critical emergency information to the community.

For more information on our Victorian emergency services, follow the links below:


Victoria's combined source of emergency information and warnings, helping the community to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies across the state.

VicEmergency website

Country Fire Authority (CFA)

CFA is a volunteer and community based fire and emergency services organisation, protecting more than 4 million Victorians.

Country Fire Authority (CFA) website

Fire Rescue Victoria (FRV)

Fire Rescue Victoria (FRV) is a modern fire and rescue service that works to serve and protect communities across Melbourne and Victoria’s major regional centres. There are 85 FRV fire and rescue stations across the state that operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Fire Rescue Victoria website

Forest Fire Management Victoria (FFMVic)

We are a diverse and inclusive organisation working hard to keep the community safe by reducing bushfire risk in Victoria's parks and forests.

Forest Fire Management Victoria (FFMVic) website

Victoria Police (Vicpol)

Victoria Police provides policing services to the Victorian community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, working to keep over 5.6 million Victorians safe.

Victoria Police (Vicpol website)

Victoria State Emergency Service (SES)

Victoria State Emergency Service is the control agency for flood, storm, tsunami and earthquake in Victoria, managing responses to these emergencies and more.

Victoria State Emergency Service (SES) website

Crime Stoppers Victoria

Crime Stoppers encourages the community to report information about crime, by working in partnership with police, media and community groups.

Crime Stoppers Victoria website

Reviewed 16 February 2021

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