Australian State Police

24 October 2021 | Michael Moore |

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The Australian State Police are each private Pty Ltd companies with no actual powers other than those granted by the State parliaments who have contracted them for a specific purpose.

Here are the Pty Ltd Details of each of the State Police Force companies.

The Victorian Police Force, for example, is called Police department (VIC) Pty Ltd and their ABN Number is: 63 446 481 493. You can look it up in the The same applies to each of the other states.

This makes the police forces all private enforcement companies used at the direction of the various State Governments. In effect they are private police arms of the government.

This means if they operate OUTSIDE of their mandate, then they can be sued just like any other Pty Ltd company. Their staffs are the police forces and they have a Executive Director with a title of Chief Police commissioner.

But he is still the manager responsible for the company and subject to company rules and regulation according to Federal legislation.

So if an employee (policeman) goes out and pepper sprays a twelve year old child the Chief Commissioner can be held responsible and sued in a court of law. The same applies if ANY policeman working for any of these companies goes beyond their mandate and fires rubber bullets at citizens in the back whilst they are running away.

According to the Victorian State Police (, for example.

Corporate governance

Victoria Police Executive Command is responsible for setting the strategic direction of Victoria Police, monitoring organisational performance, determining key priorities and risks and managing organisational capacity and capability.

Executive Command is comprised of the Chief Commissioner of Police, three Deputy Commissioners, two Executive Directors and the Chief Information Officer (CIO). Retired Air Chief Marshall Sir Angus Houston AK AC AFC is an independent member of Executive Command.

The Victoria Police Command group includes the Chief Commissioner, Deputy Commissioners, Executive Directors, Assistant Commissioners, Commanders, and all other Executive Officers.

The Corporate Advisory Group (CAG) provides strategic advice to Victoria Police leadership on a comprehensive program of organisational reform. The CAG is chaired by Sir Angus Houston”

Anything outside of that breaches their mandate. Similar governance rules apply to the other States and Territories in Australia INCLUDING the Federal Police.

So the effective board of directors, Chief Commissioner, Deputy Commissioners, Executive Directors, Assistant Commissioners, Commanders, and all other Executive Officers, can be sued for breaches in their mandate by their officers.

As per the Federal Privacy Act of 1988 Section 94H and the Federal Biosecurity Act of 2015 Sections 60 and 61 no officer can ask you for any information regarding your medical condition, treatment.

This is why if you do NOT wear a mask due to having a medical exemption they may ask you why you are not wearing a mask and you can tell them you have a medical exemption and they should not demand to see it. That is an invasion of the Privacy and biosecurity Acts and you may POLITELY refuse. And if they arrest you can politely NOT resist arrest but demand to see their badge and inform them you will be suing them as a company employee and their senior up and including the Chief Commissioner for illegal arrest

The same applies if any Policeman (employee of Police department (VIC) Pty Ltd) demands to see your vaccination status.

Remember you are NOT suing them as policemen. You are suing them personally as EMPLOYEES, and their senior, of the company known as Police Department (VIC) Pty Ltd ABN 63 446 481 493 for breaching Federal Law.

Other States citizens may do the same but changing the company name to the appropriate State Police private company as listed above.

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