Tasmania Police is committed to ensuring it delivers services which are accessible, equitable and culturally sensitive to all persons from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Tasmania Police recognise that 'partnership policing' can be a challenge to those migrants whose background may include deep psychological and often physical scars received at the hands of some overseas police services.
To ensure that this goal is achieved Tasmania Police have appointed a number of Multicultural Liaison Officers throughout Tasmania.
How this service is delivered
We have appointed a number of Multicultural Liaison Officers throughout Tasmania - see our website for locations.
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If you need an interpreter: Telephone: 13 14 50
More programs from Tasmania Police
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.
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.
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.