#PC18 - Police Conference 2018


Conference Program

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DAYONE PROGRAM

Start Finish Details Speaker
8.00 6.00pm Registration Open
9.00 9.15 Welcome to Country Wurundjeri Elder, Aunty Di Kerr
Gheran Steel, CEO Boonwurrung Foundation Culture Evolves
9.15 9.20 Conference Welcome Katherine Van Gurp
Chief Executive Officer, ANZPAA

9.20 9.40 Keynote Address Commissioner Darren Hine APM
ANZPAA Board Chair
Tasmania Police

9.45 10.20 Future Workforce: Diversity and Discrimination Dr Jackie Blue
Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner, New Zealand Human Rights Commission
Future Workforce Diversity [pdf]
Women in leadership - Lessons from Australian companies leading the way [pdf]

Dr Tim Soutphommasane
Race Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission
Future Workforce: Diversity and Discrimination [pdf]
10.20 10.50 MORNING TEA
10.50 11.30 Changing Society: Trust landscape - Changing implications for policing Chief Dermot Shea
Chief of Detectives (U.S.A.), New York Police Department
Crime and Trust [pdf]

Professor Andrew Markus
Monash University, School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies  
Changing Society Trust Landscapes [pdf]

11.30 12.00 Changing Society: Police autonomy and perceptions of trust and confidence Commissioner Grant Stevens APM
South Australia Police

Commissioner Mick Fuller APM
New South Wales Police Force

Police Autonomy - What is the Question [pdf]

12.00 12.45 Police Commissioners Panel: Changing Society - Influencing the traditional views of policing capability in a changing world
 
Commissioner Darren Hine APM, Tasmania Police
Commissioner Andrew Colvin OAM APM, Australian Federal Police
Commissioner Mike Bush MNZM, New Zealand Police
Acting Commissioner Kate Vanderlaan APM Northern Territory Police
Commissioner Ian Stewart APM Queensland Police Service
Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton AM, Victoria Police
12.45 1.45 LUNCH


Stream 1 - Changing Society

Stream 2 - Future of Policing

 1.45 2.35    Role of Social Media and the Impact on Policing

Nicole Matejic, CEO & Founder, Info Ops HQ, 
Role of Social Media and the Impact on Policing [pdf]

Franky Saegerman, NATO
Political, social, environmental and technological impacts on current policing approaches
Katherine Van Gurp, Chief Executive Officer | Mike Richmond, Innovation and Research Associate, ANZPAA
The Future of Police: Drivers of Change [pdf]

Dr Chris Black, Chief of Staff, Australian Federal Police 

Michael Phelan APM, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission.
 


 2.40 3.30    Emerging Drug Issues
Chief Dermot Shea, Chief of Detectives (U.S.A.), New York Police Department
Emerging Drug Issues [pdf]

Deputy Commissioner Neil Gaughan APM, Australian Federal Police
Policing for a Safer Australia [pdf]

Assistant Commissioner Sharon Huey, Enforcement Command, Australian Border Force
Emerging Drug Trends at the Border [pdf]
Capability
Colonel Phil Hoglin, Royal Australian Army
Australian Defence Force Recruiting [pdf]

Commander Neville Taylor, Victoria Police
Victoria Police is Identifying and Building Capacity [pdf]

Justin Baird, Accenture, Managing Director

3.30 4.00 AFTERNOON TEA
4.00 4.50    Changing community acceptance of alcohol and drug use, changing social norms
Dr Michael Livingston, La Trobe University, Centre for Alcohol Policy Research 
Recent trends in AOD use and harms in Australia [pdf]

Professor Peter Miller, Professor of Psychology, School of Psychology, Deakin University
Alcohol, drugs and harm: How can we change culture [pdf]
Police powers - Use of Force
Commissioner Mick Fuller APM, New South Wales Police Force

Michael Barnes, New South Wales Ombudsman, New South Wales Government (former New South Wales State Coroner)
The Use of Lethal Force Against Terrorists [PDF]

Tony Sheehan, Commonwealth Counter Terrorism Co-ordinator Deputy Secretary, Department of Home Affairs 
A national picture on use of force legislation as it relates to counter-terrorism [pdf]
       
6.00 7.30 COCKTAIL RECEPTION

 

 

DAY TWO PROGRAM

Start Finish Details Details
7.30 12.00pm Registration Open
   

Stream 3

Stream 4

8.30 9.10 Emerging Technology - Big Data
Carl Ward, Technology Lead for Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East and Turkey, Health and Public Service, Accenture

Tim Hughes, Chief Advisor, New Zealand Ministry of Justice
Integrated data and crime prevention: some New Zealand examples [pdf]
Youth Justice - Demands on Policing
Carmel Guerra OAM, Chief Executive Officer, Centre for Multicultural Youth
Young People and Policing in Contemporary Australia [pdf]

Assistant Commissioner Joe Cassar APM, New South Wales Police Force
Youth Justice - Demands on Policing [pdf]
 9.15 10.00 Policing: Workforce of the Future  
T. Raja Kumar, Deputy Secretary - (International and Training), Ministry of Home Affairs and Chief Executive Home Team Academy, Singapore
Policing Workforce of the Future - Tech Enabled, Digitally Forward, Skills Driven, A community Leader [pdf]

Ethics and Privacy 
Dr Vanessa Teague, Senior Lecturer, Department of Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne
Encryption and data - Technology, choice and whether we're making ourselves more secure or not [pdf]
Youth Justice - Culturally diverse perspectives 
Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp APM, Victoria Police
Culturally Diverse Perspectives [video]

Dr Nicole Asquith, Associate Professor in Policing and Criminal Justice, Policing and Criminal Justice, Western Sydney University 
Youth justice - culturally diverse perspectives [pdf]
10.00 10.30 MORNING TEA
      10.30-11.15
Changing Society: Future Environments, population changes and movement
Bernard Salt AM, Special Adviser, KPMG/The Demographics Group 
Demographic trends shaping middle Australia - implications for policing [pdf]

Anthony Grubb, Director of Demography, Australian Bureau of Statistics
Population Insights [pdf]

10.30-11.00
Youth Justice: Indigenous Youth engagement a New Zealand perspective [pdf]

Deputy Chief Executive Māori/Assistant Commissioner Wallace Haumaha ONZM QSM, New Zealand Police 
      11.20-12.00
Panel Discussion: Changing Communities
  
Deputy Secretary Donna Adams APM, Tasmania Police

Deputy Commissioner Steve Gollschewski APM, Queensland Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Craig Ward,Western Australia Police Force
11.00-12.00
Youth Justice: Indigenous Youth engagement an Australian Perspective

Commissioner Chris Dawson APM, Western Australia Police Force
Indigenous Youth Engagement [pdf]

Acting Commander Sue Young APM, Western Australia Police Force


Acting Commissioner Kate Vanderlaan APM, Northern Territory Police
Youth justice - culturally diverse perspectives [pdf]

12.00 1.00 LUNCH
1.00 1.35 Organisational change, capability and culture Alan Joyce AC, Chief Executive Officer, Qantas

 1.40 2.30    Emerging Technology: cyber technology Dr Angus Hervey, Political Economist, Future Crunch

Tané Hunter, Big Data Scientist, Future Crunch

 2.35 3.20    Emerging Technology: Interactive demonstration Detective Senior Constable Dion Achtypis, Victoria Police
Current and Future Trends in Cybercrime Investigations [pdf]

Detective Inspector Tim Thomas APM, Western Australia Police Force
Emerging Thechnologies - Managing Cybercrime and Technology Crime [pdf]

Associate Professor Chad Whelan, Associate Head of School (Teaching and Learning), Deakin University
Policing cuber-crime [pdf]

 3.25  3.40   Emerging Technology: Predictive DNA Dr Linzi Wilson-Wilde OAM, Director ANZPAA NIFS
Predictive DNA [pdf]

3.40 4.00 AFTERNOON TEA
4.00 4.45    Emerging Technology: Panel Discussion  Ben Cooper, Founder & Managing Director, Tricky Jigsaw (M&C Saatchi Group company)

Associate Professor Chad Whelan, Associate Head of School (Teaching and Learning), Deakin University

Detective Acting Inspector Greg Lee, Victoria Police 

4.45  5.00   Closing Address  Katherine Van Gurp, Chief Executive Officer, ANZPAA 

Commissioner Darren Hine APM, Tasmania Police

 

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