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ANZPAA NIFS is governed by the Australia New Zealand Forensic Executive Committee (ANZFEC).  ANZFEC represents government forensic science service providers across Australia and New Zealand, demonstrating the forensic science community's interest in working together, its investment in ANZPAA NIFS and strong support for our work program.

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Current ANZFEC Members

Dr Jade Redfern, Senior Director, ACT Government Analytical Laboratory

Dr Sarah Benson PSM, Chief Forensic Scientist, Australian Federal Police

Mr Colin Priddis, Director, ChemCentre Western Australia

Mr Matthew Osborn, Director, Forensic Science Service Tasmania

Professor Linzi-Wilson Wilde OAM PhD, Director, Forensic Science South Australia

Mr John Bone, General Manager - Forensics, Institute of Environmental Science and Research

Dr Helen Salouros, Deputy Director Australian Forensic Drug Laboratory, National Measurement Institute

Mr Michael Symonds, Executive Director, New South Wales Health Pathology Forensic and Analytical Science Service

Assistant Commissioner Rashelle Conroy APM, Commander Forensic Evidence and Technical Services Command, New South Wales Police Force

Dr Joannah Lee, Director, Northern Territory Police Forensic Science Branch

Dr Gavin Turbett, Head of Department, PathWest Laboratory Medicine (Chair)

Lara Keller, Acting Executive Director, Queensland Health Forensic and Scientific Services

Detective Superintendent Bruce McNab, Forensic Services Group, Queensland Police Service

Detective Superintendent Damian Powell, South Australia Police Forensic Services Branch (Deputy Chair)

Inspector Matthew McCreadie, Tasmania Police Forensic Services 

Professor Noel Woodford, Director, Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine

Dr Rebecca Kogios PSM, Executive Director, Victoria Police Forensic Services Department

Superintendent Stuart Mearns, Western Australia Police Forensic Division

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