Criminal

 

Keynote Speaker

Deputy Commissioner Ian McCartney APM

Deputy Commissioner Investigations

Australian Federal Police

Ian McCartneyDeputy Commissioner Ian McCartney has been a member of the Australian Federal Police for 31 years. Prior to joining the AFP, Ian worked as an accountant, obtaining the status of Certified Practicing Accountant.

Ian has diverse experience with the AFP in national and international economic and organised crime investigations, and has participated in a number of taskforces involving Federal and State law enforcement agencies. Roles have included Coordinator of the AFP narcotic strike teams in Melbourne, Manager of the AFP Adelaide Office, and AFP Senior Liaison Officer in China.

Ian was awarded with the Australian Police Medal as part of the 2014 Queen’s Birthday Honours in recognition of his distinguished service, particularly in the areas of law enforcement liaison in Asia, and for his role in national investigations. In August 2014, Ian was promoted to the rank of Assistant Commissioner and performed the role of National Manager Organised Crime and Cyber. In January 2017, Ian transferred to the role of National Manager Counter Terrorism. The AFP’s Counter Terrorism function works with partner agencies to prevent, disrupt and investigate terrorist activity against Australia and Australian interests, both domestically and internationally. In December 2019 Ian was promoted to Deputy Commissioner Investigations and is responsible for all investigation areas within the AFP.

 

GUEST Speakers

Andrew Baker

Director Investigations
ICAC SA

Andrew BakerAndrew Baker has worked in law enforcement for 30 years. He commenced his career as a South Australia Police officer in general uniform policing before being promoted to Detective. He has worked in various criminal investigation units including major fraud and internal investigations. Andrew also spent two years working in the United Kingdom as an Anti-Piracy Senior Investigator.

Andrew commenced with the South Australian Independent Commissioner Against Corruption in 2013 as a senior investigator before being appointed Manager Investigations in 2014. Andrew was appointed Director Investigations on 1 July 2016.

In his current role he leads the Commissioner’s investigative capability including its intelligence function and provides critical advice and recommendations on operational matters to the Commissioner.

Andrew has a Post Graduate Certificate in Public Sector Management and is toward the back end of completing his Masters of Public Administration (Management).

 

Julian Claxton

Managing Director
Jayde Consulting Pty Ltd

Julian ClaxtonJulian is the Managing Director of Jayde Consulting Pty Ltd, a firm specialising in the provision of technical surveillance countermeasures, threat and behavioural intelligence, and managing trusted insiders.

A veteran of the security profession for over thirty years, Julian’s experience spans security and risk management, investigations, counterespionage, and behavioural science; across government, industry, and for key executives within Australia and abroad.

Julian is a member of ASIS International, the Espionage Research Institute International, and is a Founder Member of the Technical Surveillance Countermeasures Institute (UK). He is also a current member and former Board-member of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers.

Julian holds a Master of Science in Communication, Behaviour, and Credibility Analysis, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Behavioural Analysis and Investigative Interviewing. He also holds Diplomas of Government Investigations, Security and Risk Management, as well as additional specialised training in linguistic analysis, technical surveillance countermeasures, and a variety of short behavioural science, security, and investigations courses.

Julian continues to research topics related to trusted insiders within organisations, and behavioural profiling – knowledge he both applies and shares with his expansive client base.

 

Shelagh Dorn, PhD, CICA

President, 
International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA)

Shelagh DornAs President of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) Dr. Dorn leads an organization providing analytic resources and training opportunities to members and partners; and represents intelligence analysts worldwide as IALEIA develops professional standards for analysts.

She has been involved in criminal justice and public safety for more than thirty years.

She has worked for several agencies and organizations, including the Brunswick Police Department, the New York State Police at the New York State Intelligence Center (NY’s fusion center), Anderson Police Department (SC), and most recently with Cornell and Clemson Universities.

She received her MA and PhD in Criminal Justice from the University at Albany-SUNY and is an IALEIA Criminal Intelligence Certified Analyst (CICA).

Dr. Dorn teaches in Michigan State University’s as part of the Master’s degree program in Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis, and is a Research Fellow for the John F. Finn Institute for Public Safety.

 

John Kilburn

Account Manager – Asia Pacific

Cellebrite

John KILBURNComing from a 27 year career in Law Enforcement, a former Detective Senior Sergeant with the Queensland Police Service, John specialised in criminal investigations, security intelligence and counter-terrorism functions including investigations, training and strategic policy.

After joining Cellebrite in 2019, the focus turned to organisational change from the private sector: becoming a trusted advisor to agency managers and assisting the transition of law enforcement, security intelligence and military units to the ever increasing world of digital intelligence. 

Through relatable operational experience, John focuses on rapid, actionable intelligence through technology to ease the burden on analysts, investigators and Commanders as they carry out their important functions.

Currently completing his MBA, John holds formal qualifications in Investigations Management, Public Safety, Security Risk Management, and Auditing. 

 

David Lockley

Senior Intelligence & Wagering Analyst
National Rugby League Ltd

David LockleyDavid's background is in criminal intelligence as an operational analyst for about a decade at the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) targeting serious organised crime with a focus on illicit drug supply and money laundering. The latter part of the ACIC employment focused on sports wagering related corruption and illegal offshore wagering platforms.

In 2016, David commenced employment at the NRL for the purpose of building an intelligence capability to assist in the identification of instances and events where illegal and unethical elements connect with NRL and to support integrity investigations across a variety of issues.

 

Shane Neilson

Principal Advisor Drugs
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

Shane NeilsonShane Neilson is the Principal Advisor Drugs and Firearms at the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC). Shane has degrees in economics and law from the University of Queensland and has more than 20 years intelligence and operational experience in Commonwealth and state agencies in both a national security and law enforcement context. Much of this work has involved intelligence and investigative activity targeting organised crime and drug markets. Shane has also developed ACIC strategies in relation to illicit drugs. Part of this work involves coordination of the ACIC’s National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program.

 

 

Matthew Rossiter

Director of Tradecraft
Fivecast

Matthew RossiterMatt is Director of Tradecraft at Fivecast, working with customers to understand risk across the surface, deep and dark web and drive adoption of open-source intelligence best practices. With 20+ years’ experience in Australian Government National Security and law enforcement, Matt brings a deep understanding of how intelligence best practices can be practically applied. 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Sergeant Glenn Tait

State Intelligence Group
Queensland Police Service

Glenn TaitGlenn Tait is a Senior Sergeant with the Queensland Police Service, working in the State Intelligence Group. He has over 23 years' experience working in the intelligence field from station to state level.  Part of his career has been working at the Police Academy delivering the Intelligence Training Program sculpting young minds of future generations of practitioners. Glenn has a strong commitment to the discipline which is demonstrated by his membership with International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) and the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO).   

 

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