Strategy, Leadership and Modernisation within Crime and Terror prevention will be the main focus of discussions at this year’s National Policing Summit.
Bringing together Federal and State Commissioners, Police Ministers, and Strategic Analysts, the Summit will discuss and define the future roadmap for Australian policing; in an era defined by increasingly sophisticated national security threats and rapid technological change.
Spanning two days, the National Policing Summit will provide a comprehensive overview of current best practice in law enforcement, and serve as a platform for delegates to address Ministers with their own specific concerns on issues ranging from policy reform to service delivery to equality & diversity.
Assistant Commissioner Ray Johnson APM
Reform Culture & Standards Command, Australian Federal Police
Vice President, Police Federation of Australia, President, Police Association of NSW
Rear Admiral Peter Laver
Commander Maritime Border Command, Australian Border Force
President , WA Police Association
General President, Queensland Police Association
Dr Alex Wodak AM
President, Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation
Head, Counter Terrorism Policy Centre, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Head of Border Security Program, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Director and Research Fellow, Migration and Border Policy Project, Lowy Institute for International Policy