Victoria Police & Emergency Services Games

Each year, CFA and VICSES participate in the Victoria Police and Emergency Services Games, a friendly competition to encourage camaraderie across agencies.

 

The Games background

The Victoria Police Games were first conducted in 1981 when approximately 500 competitors contested 7 different sports. The Games have been held every year since with the exception of 1995, when the Victoria Police Games were suspended in deference to the 1995 World Police and Fire Games; in 2000 in deference to the 1999 Australia and New Zealand Police Games.

In 2002 the Games became known as the Victoria Police and Emergency Services Games. In 2014 they were suspended again in deference to the 2014 Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games, held in Melbourne.

 

Registration

Registration and entry to the 2015 Victoria Police and Emergency Services Games is completely online - you can sign up at any time before Friday 27 March 2015. [Robert Reid 2015 Emergency services games medal winner]

There is an initial administration fee of $10 when you register as a participant of the Games. With this single administration fee, you can choose as many sports to play as you wish! - As long as the dates don't clash that is! Each sport has a separate fee that go towards the facilitation of the specific event. For more information on how to register, click here.

Please note that it is a requirement of all participants that they must carry photo ID (agency ID or general ID is acceptable) while participating at the games.

 

The events

There are HEAPS of sports to get involved in this year! Find out each sports specific details here (the date, time, location, sport fee involved, event contact details, etc.) Sport include:

Angling                                    Aquathon                                       Archery                                  Archery

Badminton                               Basketball                                     Cricket                                    Cross Country

Cycling                                    Darts                                             Duathon                                  Equestrian

Golf                                         Half marathon                               Hockey                                    Lawn bowls

Mountain Bikes                      Netball                                           Open water swimming             Paddle race

Pentaque                               Rowing                                          Shooting                                   Soccer sevens

Squash                                  Surfing                                          Swimming                                 Table tennis

Tennis                                  Tenpin bowling                              Touch football                            Toughest competitor alive

Track and field                     Volleyball

The only question that remains is, which is the sport for you?

Sign up on the website today

For all your Emergency Services Game’s needs, head to the website today!