Useful Links

In this section you can browse through useful links to a range of external agencies, organisations and resources connected with ASIS and the security industry in Victoria and Australia.

Although we make every effort to ensure these links are accurate, up to date and relevant, we cannot take responsibility for pages maintained by external providers. If you come across any external links that don't work, we would be grateful if you could let us know.

  • ASIS Australia
    The chapters of ASIS Australia are an essential component in linking members throughout the world. Through monthly meetings, educational programs, scholarship programs, community action, localized newsletters, and more, chapters bring the networking advantages of ASIS affiliation within every member's reach.
  • ASIS International
    ASIS International has more than 38,000 members in 92 countries and is the largest organisation for professional security managers and advisers, globally.
  • Security Management Magazine
    Security Management is the award-winning publication of ASIS International, the preeminent international organization for security professionals. The Security Management team offers a variety of ways to stay informed on the latest in the realm of security. 
  • Victoria Police
    The Victoria Police website provides information for security professionals from licensing and training across security industry sectors through to current local area crime statistics.
  • Australian Institute of Criminology
    The Australian Institute of Criminology is Australia’s national research and knowledge centre on crime and justice including security. The AIC regularly communicates evidence-based research on a range of topics to inform policy, debate and practice including security and risk management. 
  • Australian Legal Information Institute
    AustLII is Australia's leading online free-access resource for Australian legal information, serving the needs of a multitude of users with over 900,000 hits daily. AustLII is a joint facility of the UTS and UNSW Faculties of Law and improves access to legal information including legislation, decisions of courts and tribunals, and various secondary legal materials such as law reform and royal commission reports.
  • Centre for Problem-Oriented Policing (USA)
    The Centre for Problem-Oriented Policing is a USA based organisation that provides readily accessible information about how police can address specific crime and disorder problems. This site is very useful for the security professional, especially in the areas of public and private policing, crime prevention and risk management.