About the Inspector-General for Emergency Management
The Inspector-General for Emergency Management (IGEM) is an assurance entity created through the reform of Victoria’s emergency management arrangements in 2014.
The Inspector-General for Emergency Management (IGEM) supports Victoria’s emergency management sector to learn, improve, and deliver positive outcomes for Victorian communities.
The Inspector-General for Emergency Management (IGEM) is supported by a business unit within the Department of Justice and Regulation - Regulation Division.
How to contact the Inspector-General for Emergency Management
Monitoring and assurance framework for emergency management
The framework supports continuous improvement and promotes a coordinated sector-wide approach to assurance
Evaluation and review
IGEM plays a key role in ensuring that all evaluations and reviews undertaken facilitate the ongoing improvement of emergency management arrangements and support the achievement of desired community outcomes.
Regular monitoring and reporting on progress with implementing desired changes is a key part of the IGEM's assurance role.
How we work
IGEM takes a collaborative, evidence-based and community-focused approach to its work.
Strategic and corporate publications about IGEM
Reports published by IGEM