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Defence, Security and Justice
National Insights – Summer Edition

Thursday, 24 February 2022 | 11am – 1pm AEDT | Online

Event Overview

Evolving Capabilities and Advancing Public Safety

Australia’s emergency services are adapting to rapidly changing conditions in unprecedented times. As the country moves through the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond, it is essential first responders are supported effectively to continue working at the highest level.

PSN’s virtual Defence, Security and Justice National Insights – Summer Edition event, delivered by experts in their field, will examine how to navigate changes in process and implement emerging technology. Thought leaders will discuss their approach to agency partnerships and maintaining safety and resilience when responding to incidents. It will highlight case studies and provoke conversation to ensure the wellbeing of first responders is a priority and the country remains protected.

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Benefits of Attending

Learn how engaging communities and maintaining public trust helps incident response

Discover new techniques aiding emergency service communications

Understand how collaboration can be an important prevention tool

Hear from experts how implementing new strategies is helping to keep first responders safe

A Sneak Peek Of Your Inspiring Speakers

Jodie Pearson
Western Australia Police Force

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Jeremy Stubbs
Chief Superintendent
NSW Fire and Rescue

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Joe Acker
Chief Executive
Ambulance Tasmania

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Alison Jewell
Acting Superintendent
Queensland Police Service

Key Sessions

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Policing in a Technology Enabled Future

  • Interactive three-way discussion on issues and future challenges
  • Intelligence led policing and the future of crime investigation
  • How new technology is changing emergency response

Fire and Emergency Services Need for Transformation Change Toward Communication Resilience Building

  • The role of modern communication equipment to aid in a faster response
  • Deploying cutting-edge technology to help fight bushfires
  • Improving emergency communication between fire and rescue and the community

Advances in Rapid Patient Care for the Future of Australian Paramedics

  • Enhancing communications between ambulances and hospitals
  • Deploying the latest training tools for effective emergency response
  • Technologies improving treatment in emergency situations

Innovative Methods for a More Effective Emergency Service Response

  • Implementing emerging technology to improve incident management
  • How data can assist in an effective response strategy
  • The latest innovations keeping emergency service workers safe
  • What are the newest methods you employing in incident response?

Optimising Partnerships to Help Emergency Services Keep the Public Safe

  • The tools helping to connect emergency service organisations
  • How sharing information is an effective preventative device
  • How agency partnerships benefit the entire workforce
  • What are your top tips for future emergency services collaborative partnerships?

Your Registration

Virtual Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and explore how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives


An opportunity to engage with the inspiring speaker panel and peers in the live Q&A and polling to discover answers to shared challenges

Leading Technology Solutions

Hear  from leading solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services


Receive on-demand access to session content on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform

What Your Peers Had to Say

“Interesting and well presented webinar”
Department Of Defence – Capability Acquisition & Sustainment Group

“Excellent sessions with impressive and knowledgeable presenters”
Victoria Police

“The session was very valuable”
Department of Justice, Tasmania