Victoria Police now make use of two primary networks for their communication needs.

Within the Metropolitan and Greater Geelong areas they use the UHF P25 Trunking Network known as the MMR Network, whilst in rural areas they make use of a VHF P25 Trunking Network known as the RMR Network, combined these two networks have started to be refereed to as the Victorian Radio Network (VRN).

Victoria Police in rural areas in late 2018 completed the transition to the VHF P25 (RMR) Trunking Network. Once completed they no longer had any general operational communications that could be monitored, this finally bought them in to line with their Metropolitan counterparts on the UHF MMR Network who had been enjoying secure communications since around 2006.

Victoria Police still also maintain a HF Network.