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Pam Henry, Chair

Associate Professor Pamela Henry is Director of the Sellenger Centre for research in Law, Justice and Social Change at Edith Cowan University.

She has developed an extensive body of research in policing focused on integrity, use of information management systems, human source recruitment and management, use of force, policing those experiencing mental illness, and the effectiveness of police operational deployment models.

Pamela is a member of several university committees and her work has been recognised with numerous national and international research awards.

Liam Roche, Deputy Chair

Liam is an experienced business leader and board member who retired from the role of Chief Operating Officer of Seven West Media (WA) following a 40-year career in the media and manufacturing industry.

Liam fulfils roles on numerous not-for-profit and health service industry boards.  He is currently Chair of the Perth Eye Foundation, Deputy Chair of MSWA, a director of the South Metropolitan Health Service, a director of the Western Australia Board of the Medical Board of Australia and serves as an advisor to the Murdoch University Emerging Leaders Program.

Recognised as an exceptional mentor with the skills and experience to lead, Liam has the ability to influence and motivate individuals and teams to perform at their peak.

Peter Harris, Director

Peter Harris has more than 30 years’ experience in media, government and corporate communications in Western Australia.

He was a journalist, State Government media adviser and then Managing Director and Executive Director of PPR WA for more than a decade, having grown the agency to be WA’s largest public relations consultancy.

He established Peter Harris & Associates in 2017, is a member of The 500 Club Executive Committee and is Chair of the Registered Consultancies Group (WA).

Jarrod Greenwood, Director

Jarrod has over 28 years’ experience in the marketing and communications industry. He spent 13 years as part of the WA Police Media & Public Affairs Directorate and since 2005 has worked in the private sector. He currently runs his own advertising and marketing consultancy Sixteen By Nine.

Jarrod was also a board member of Neighbourhood Watch WA between 2013-2018, has been a board member of Crime Stoppers WA since 2017 and is Chair of the CSWA Communications & Marketing Committee.

Geoff Burgess, Director

Geoff has over twenty years’ experience in Finance and Administration roles across four diverse industries. A qualified CPA, Geoff was Executive Manager Finance at the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia.

He is also Chair of the CSWA Audit & Risk Committee.

Brad Royce, Alternate Director

Brad has extensive leadership experience in large organisations delivering outcomes in complex environments and is recognised as a strong advocate for his staff and the community. He is regarded as a leader in cultural change and strategic reform with a focus on systems.

He is a current Director of the Hero Hunter Foundation which provides practical support for families with a child undergoing cancer treatment and Director at Crime Stoppers Western Australia having recently stepped down as a Director on the Crime Stoppers Australia Board.

Shane Entriken, Director

Shane is a Partner and Senior Lawyer at Piper Alderman. He is frequently recognised in Doyle’s guide of leading lawyers. His area of expertise is in Employment, Industrial Relations, Health & Safety, Governance, Privacy,  Boards and Litigation in Courts and Tribunals. He acts as the general counsel for certain clients, has an expertise in executive remuneration and share schemes and conducts investigations into a range of sensitive matters including corporate crime and fraud.

He lecturers at Murdoch University in governance and legal strategy. He has held senior management roles in BHP and Downer, as well as being a Lawyer at Freehills. He has been a director of a cattle production business and a global resources, energy and agriculture investment fund. He is the co-author of a book on the management of fly in fly out operations.

Ben Harvey, Director

Ben has worked as a journalist since 1999. His early career at The West Australian included stretches of crime reporting and political journalism.

He worked in London for regional and national titles before returning to WA in 2006.

Since then he has held the positions of The West Australian’s news editor, chief of staff, state political editor and group business editor. In his current role as chief reporter he writes on a range of issues, including finance, politics and crime.

Viola Abi, Director

Viola started working with Crime Stoppers WA through the Edmund Rice Centre WA’s Developing Community Leaders Initiative,  developing an Ethical Leadership community project in partnership with Crime Stoppers WA and Edith Cowan University. This project aims to empower young leaders to find their voice and influence cultural mindsets that encourage the concealment of criminal activity.

Previously, Viola has taken part as board member in the Australian Red Cross WA Youth Advisory Committee, as well as volunteered in their Migration Support program.

Viola is passionate about social and Human Rights issues, and is a strong advocate for the development and strengthening of social policy.

Janelle Baily, Director

Janelle has worked with the WA Police Force since 2019 and currently heads up the Data Science and Analytics division. This dynamic team is responsible for all the reporting and analytics of the agency’s data, focussing on enhancing capability by maximising the use of data to support front line policing and community safety.

Janelle has previously held positions in the education industry as an Assistant Dean, a science teacher and chemistry specialist and also managing different projects at various national science organisations.

Janelle joined the board of Crime Stoppers WA in 2022.

Arlene Mavratsou, Director

Assistant Commissioner Arlene Mavratsou has enjoyed an impressive career in law enforcement intelligence services across Australia and the United States. She joined the WA Police Force in 2020 as State Intelligence Assistant Director and has been acting in the role of Commander in the State Intelligence and Command portfolio since March 2022. Her promotion to the rank of Assistant Commissioner marks the first time a civilian police staff member has been appointed by the Governor to a commissioned officer rank in the WA Police Force.

AC Mavratsou will manage the restructure of WA Police Intelligence Services Division through service delivery, new tactical intelligence training, improved culture and the cross pollination of skills.

Tony Longhorn, Director

Assistant Commissioner Tony Longhorn currently heads the State Crime Portfolio, commencing the role in September 2022.

He began his career with the Western Australia Police Force in 1992. He has served in an operational capacity in a number of regional and metropolitan stations including Moora, Mullewa, Geraldton, Midland, Mirrabooka and Perth. He also served as a Detective in Regional Western Australia, Metropolitan Detectives and at specialist positions within the State Crime Portfolio.

In September 2019 he commenced as Detective Superintendent in charge of the Serious and Organised Crime Division before being promoted to the rank of Commander (State Intelligence), State Intelligence and Command Portfolio in December 2021.

Vince Hughes, CEO

Dr Vince Hughes has held senior public sector roles at the Public Sector Commission, WA Police, Corruption and Crime Commission and the former National Crime Authority. Prior to this he was a police officer in the Republic of Ireland.

Vince has published papers in the area of knowledge management and intelligence.

He was appointed Chair of Crime Stoppers Australia in November 2021.

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

Working Together by DuShong

The artwork titled ‘Working Together’ represents the Aboriginal tribes of Western Australia working together in harmony to rejuvenate the land by controlled fires.

In this artwork it also represents our community today working together to keep our neighbourhood safe from crime.

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