Flinders will host Executive Director of Interpol, Tim Morris, at a free public event that explores the mysterious global organisation, its unique role and discusses the world’s greatest security threats – and how well-prepared we are to deal with these.
The lecture will cover Interpol’s unique role in addressing the major criminal threats on the global landscape, using concrete operational examples that are pertinent to the Asia-Pacific region, including counter-terrorism; the hunt for international fugitives, environmental crime, illicit trafficking and on-line child sexual exploitation.
Mr Tim Morris AM APM was seconded to Interpol in 2015 and has also been seconded to the National Crime Authority and AUSTRAC over his extensive career with the Australian Federal Police. He was the AFP’s first Director of Counter Terrorism, where he headed the Bali bombing investigation.
Organised Crime and Terrorism – an INTERPOL Perspective
When: Wednesday 18 July, 5:30 -7:00PM
Where: Room 1 Level 1, 182 Victoria Square, Adelaide
Register: Free event, register at Flinders University events or contact Deb McBratney.