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AUSTRAC CEO

Nicole Rose, PSM – Chief Executive Officer

Nicole Rose commenced as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of AUSTRAC in November 2017.

Prior to this, Nicole was the Deputy Secretary of the Criminal Justice Group in the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department, responsible for Criminal Justice Policy and Programs, International Law Enforcement Cooperation, International Legal Assistance, Papua New Guinea Law and Justice, and AusCheck.

She joined the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department coming from the newly formed Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC). The ACIC was created following the merging of CrimTrac, the federal agency responsible for providing information-sharing solutions for Australia’s police and law enforcement agencies, and the Australian Crime Commission, the country’s peak criminal intelligence agency. Nicole was the CEO of CrimTrac and became the Deputy CEO of ACIC following the merge.

Before joining the Commonwealth government, Nicole was the Director of the Office of the NSW Police Commissioner and worked in senior roles in the NSW Premier’s Department, the Ministry for Police, and the Serious Offenders’ Review Council within the NSW Department of Corrective Services.

In 2013, Nicole was awarded the Public Service Medal for services to policing.

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Last updated: 2 Jul 2019
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