Mental Health Officers
Mental Health Officers are the key liaison position between Tasmania Police and the many streams of mental health services in the community, including government and non-government services, hospitals, policy developers and practitioners. The position also provides advice to police officers and the executive on policy and strategy related to mental health.
The regional liaison officers liaise directly with local mental health agencies on a more operational level.
How this service is delivered
We have stations around the state - see our website for details.
Call or visit us online
State Mental Health Services Liaison Officer phone: 6173 2797
Northern Mental Health Services Liaison Officer phone: 6777 3891
Western Mental Health Services Liaison Officer phone: 6478 4040
More programs from Tasmania Police
We work to make the community to feel safe and be safe, to reduce crime, to improve driver behaviour through traffic law enforcement and to contribute towards community resilience through effective security and emergency management.
LGBTI Liaison Officers
The LGBTI Liaison Officers mission is to contribute to the creation of mutual trust between police and LGBTI people so they have increased confidence in police through the provision of a fair and equitable policing service.
Aboriginal Liaison Officers
The Tasmania Police Aboriginal Strategic Plan, developed in consultation with relevant stakeholders, provides a framework by which Tasmania Police will focus on the development of relationships with the wider Aboriginal community to ensure that, through consultation, all reasonable expectations can be met.