The Honourable Peter Anderson AM, B.A. FAIPOL, MAICD, RSecP.
In 1967 Peter commenced an association with policing that has continued for 50 years, including a ten year career with the NSW Police Force, largely as a Police Prosecutor, before being elected to the NSW Parliament in 1978.
Between 1981 and 1988 he was Minister for Police and Emergency Services, before taking on a range of other senior ministerial portfolios including Health, Youth and Community Services and Aboriginal Affairs. From 1989 to 1994 he served as Shadow Minister for Police and Emergency Services.
Garry Dobson APM, M.Mgt; B.Bus
Assistant Commissioner NSW Police Force 2001-2009. Garry has 34 years’ expertise in executive command relating to education and training, major event and incident management and directing multi-agency government task forces in crime
prevention.Extraneous appointments include Force Spokesperson on Multicultural Policing; Chair, Australian Policing Multicultural Bureau Advisory Panel; membership Australasian Police Professional Standards Council; Chair, NSW Premier’s Crime Prevention Council.
Brigadier (Ret) Vincent Williams, CSC, FADC, MA(IR), BA(Mil), PostGrad Dip TESOL, Grad Dip Mgt Studies, psc, g
Vincent Williams is a 1974 graduate of the Royal Military College of Australia from where he received a Bachelor of Arts (Military Studies) degree from the University of New South Wales.
He was commissioned in to the Royal Australian Artillery and as an artillery officer he was selected to attend the 12 month long UK Gunnery Staff Course at Larkhill where he was awarded the post-nominal g. His subsequent artillery appointments included being an Instructor in Gunnery, Senior Instructor and Commanding Officer/Chief Instructor at the School of Artillery.
Professor Clive Williams, MG
Clive Williams has a career background as an officer in Australian Military Intelligence, which included overseas intelligence appointments. He has worked and lectured internationally on terrorism-related issues since 1980, and
started running terrorism and counterterrorism courses part-time at the ANU in 1996.After leaving the Australian Army in 1981, he pursued a civilian career in Australian Defence Intelligence, working mainly on transnational and regional issues. His last Defence appointment was Director of Security Intelligence, which included responsibility for running high-level security investigations.
Catherine Charlton worked in the academic area of English language for many years at Macquarie University, in latter years as Director and Head of the English Language Training Centre. She has qualifications in Higher Education Leadership, and wide
experience in Higher Education management, International Education management, English Language Testing and English Language Centre setup and management. After having overall responsibility for the Macquarie University IELTS Testing Centre, In 2012 - 2013
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