Guest Speaker at Sydney Rotary Club’s Lunch meeting at the Castlereagh Hotel in Sydney on Tuesday 2nd February will be Justine Gough, Assistant Commissioner, Australian Federal Police.
Justine will speak on “Things you didn’t know and wouldn’t expect about the AFP.”
Assistant Commissioner Justine Gough has been a member of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) since 1990. She holds a Master’s Degrees in Psychology and Terrorism, Safety & Security and a Graduate Diploma in Dispute Resolution. During her career with the AFP, A/AC Gough has worked in a variety of Portfolios, including Organised Crime, Counter-Terrorism, Political and Sensitive Investigations, Intelligence and Child Protection.
AC Gough has completed Police Leadership courses at AIPM Manly, Australia, the ICAC Chief Investigators’ Command Course in Hong Kong and the FBI National Academy in Quantico, United States. She has also attended Senior Executive Leadership programs at the National Security College of the Australian National University.
Since August 2019, Justine has performed the duties of Assistant Commissioner of Organised Crime and in February 2020, assigned to Eastern Command, where she is responsible for leading the Investigation and Operational activities of the region and building key external relationships. She returns to Sydney after a number of years, having spent the first half of her career in New South Wales.
This meeting will also be available over Zoom, for those unable to attend in person, from 12:45pm.
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