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A great place to start is to complete our 'Do I have a case?' chatbot for Police Misconduct. This confidential and free tool will help our lawyers quickly assess your chances of bringing legal action against the State Government of Victoria.

It can help with misconduct offences against Victoria Police, Australian Federal Police, Protection Services Officers and Corrections Officers.

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Resources & FAQs

Answers to common questions in
relation to the expertise.

Extension of powers for PSOs during and after the COVID-19 pandemic; a call for concern

With an easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria, comes an increase in, and visibility of, Police and PSOs. What does this deployment and additional powers mean for public safety?


WorkCover: You cannot be serious!

John McEnroe’s famous edict can strike a shiver down the spine of any plaintiff personal injury lawyer. This is because proof of ‘serious injury’ is the threshold for making a common law claim for damages under either the WorkCover or TAC schemes.


Cruse v State of Victoria [2019] VSC 574 (27 August 2019)

Her Honour, Richards J, has awarded Robinson Gill client, Mr Ethan Cruse, $400,000 for the “abuse of power” he was subjected to on the evening of 18 April 2015 during a home raid carried out by specialists units of Victoria Police.