Commissioner of the AFP - Andrew Colvin APM OAM

A public address to IPAA by the Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police, Andrew Colvin APM OAM

AFP Diversity

IPAA ACT will host Andrew Colvin APM OAM, the Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police (AFP), to present an address and conversation about diversity in the AFP.

On 22 August 2016, AFP Commissioner Andrew Colvin released the report Cultural Change:  Gender Diversity and Inclusion in the Australian Federal Policefollowing an independent review of the organisation by former Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick AO.

The report followed extensive consultation with more than 1,000 AFP members over the past six months. The review highlights strong and courageous leadership as an essential ingredient of cultural change. The Commssioner will speak to the report and discuss the way forward for the AFP.

Andrew Colvin APM OAM
Commissioner
Australian Federal Police

Commissioner Andrew Colvin APM OAM is a career police officer, having joined the AFP in 1990. He spent the majority of his early investigational career within the Sydney Office of the AFP where he progressed through the ranks of the AFP investigating a range of serious and organised crime offences, particularly narcotic importations, money laundering, politically motivated crime and terrorist financing.

We welcome your registration to attend this presentation. We have experienced high levels of interest in recent events. Please register your place early to avoid missing out. If you require assistance with a booking, please contact the IPAA office on 02 6154 9800.

This event will be filmed and made available on IPAA's vimeo channel after the event, with the support of contentgroup.

This event is booked out. Please email IPAA to be added to a waitlist.

Event Details

Event Date Thursday 9 February 2017
Formalities 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM AEDT
Members Price $0
Non-Members Price $100
Venue National Portrait Gallery, Parkes
All prices are in Australian Dollars and GST inclusive

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