Pacific Transnational Crime Coordination Centre
Apia, Samoa

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Applications are due by 5:00pm (AEDT) on Monday 27 January 2020.
All related documentation must be received by this time, no late applications will be considered.

The Pacific Transnational Crime Network (PTCN) was established in 2002 as a Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police (PICP) mandated program to combat emerging transnational crime in the Pacific. Today, the PTCN comprises: twenty member countries; twenty eight Transnational Crime Units (TCUs); and a central coordination hub – the Pacific Transnational Crime Coordination Centre (PTCCC), currently based in Apia, Samoa.

The PTCN is looking for a member from a Pacific Islands Police Service to lead and represent the PTCCC. This is a newly created position and an exceptional leader is being sought to establish and develop the role to ensure the PTCN, through the PTCCC, continues to effectively combat transnational crime in our region now and in the future.

As the Coordinator at the PTCCC you will be responsible for contributing to operational outcomes across the PTCN through the coordination and provision of timely and relevant intelligence products relating to transnational crime affecting the Pacific. You will be responsible for managing the PTCCC, reporting on the activities of the PTCCC and management of high quality intelligence packages and briefings to the PTCN and the PICP. As the Coordinator you will be required to develop and maintain relationships within the Network and key partner agencies.
To be considered for this position, the essential requirements are:

  • Current serving member of a Pacific Police Service
  • Hold the substantive rank of Inspector (or equivalent) or above
  • Experience and demonstrated understanding of transnational crime
  • Demonstrated experience in intelligence processes and procedures
  • Formal training in Intelligence and Leadership
  • Demonstrated experience leading teams
  • Exceptional skills in developing and maintaining professional relationships
  • Current Drivers Licence.

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The successful applicant will be required to travel frequently.

Please contact the PTCN Secretariat, Detective Superintendent Brett Kidner for the Role and Duty Statement.