"Conference Program Day 1"
Conference Program Day 1 Wednesday 29 July 2009 Concurrent Streams A & B OPENING PLENARY SESSION — BALLROOM LE GRAND Welcome: Robert Needham, Chairperson, Crime and Misconduct Commission 9.00 – 10.15 Official opening: The Honourable Anna Bligh MP, Premier of Queensland and Minister for the Arts Keynote address: The scope for corruption in public life in twenty-first century Australia The Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Chief Justice of Queensland 10.15 – 10.45 MORNING TEA STREAM A: BALLROOM 1 STREAM B: BALLROOM 2 International perspectives Corruption prevention: addressing the motivators for corruption Chair: The Hon. Len Roberts-Smith RFD, QC (Commissioner, Chair: Dr Robert Waldersee (Executive Director, Corruption and Crime Commission) Corruption Prevention, Education and Research, ICAC) The Australian Perspective The importance of ethical leadership The Hon. Len Roberts-Smith RFD, QC (Commissioner, Jean T Fournier (Senate Ethics Officer, Canada) Corruption and Crime Commission) Embedding ethical excellence 10.45 – 12.30 Singapore Professor Stephen Bartos (Director, Allen Consulting Group) Ang Seow Lian (Assistant Director, Corrupt Practices Evaluating integrity performance SESSION 1 Investigations Bureau) Professor Alan Lawton (Professor of Public Sector Hong Kong Management, University of Hull) Learning from the past and challenges for the future Francis C S Lee IDS (Director of Investigation (Private Sector), Independent Commission Against Corruption) Riding the reforms’ wave: the Indonesian experience of combating corruption Mochammad Jasin (Commissioner, Corruption Eradication Commission) 12.30 – 1.15 LUNCH STREAM A: BALLROOM 1 STREAM B: BALLROOM 2 Out of sight: fighting corruption in remote locations Corruption prevention: reducing opportunities for corruption Chair: Philip Nase (Commissioner, CMC) Chair: Theresa Hamilton (Deputy Commissioner, ICAC) Building the human capacity of Queensland Indigenous Identifying opportunities for organisational corruption Councils: the Skills Bank and other strategies Stephen Horne (Managing Director, Internal Audit Michael Limerick (Barrister and Consultant) Bureau, NSW) 1.15 – 3.00 Things are different out here: centralised v. decentralised Case studies control systems The ICAC’s investigation into Wollongong Council and SESSION 2 Dr Trevor Jewell (Senior Consultant, Corruption Prevention, NSW fire brigades Education and Research, CCC) Mick Symons (Executive Director, Investigations, ICAC) The tyranny of geography: corruption risks for geographically Lewis Rangott (Principal Officer, Local Government and challenged councils Planning, ICAC) Narelle George (Adviser, Misconduct Prevention, CMC) Understanding organisational corruption: why it’s happened and what should have been done differently Dr Robert Waldersee (Executive Director, Corruption Prevention, Education and Research, ICAC) 3.00 – 3.30 AFTERNOON TEA STREAM A: BALLROOM 1 STREAM B: BALLROOM 2 Police corruption and misconduct Corruption prevention: the role of detection Chair: Dennis Budz (A/Deputy Director, Misconduct and Chair: Barbara Etter APM (Assistant Commissioner, Policing, CMC) Western Australia Police) Effective oversight of police by civilian authorities: what The role of auditing in fraud detection — maintaining 3.30 – 5.00 powers are needed a professional scepticism Kevin Brosseau (Senior Director for Operations, Commission for Colin Murphy (Auditor General of Western Australia) Public Complaints against the Royal Canadian Corruption risks: the tell-tale signs SESSION 3 Mounted Police) Associate Professor Robert Heath (School of Typology of police misconduct Management, University of South Australia) Dr Louise Porter (Research Fellow, Griffith University) The role of forensic computing in detection Case study Clinton Towers (Special Investigator (Forensics), ICAC) Operation Capri Russell Pearce (Acting Assistant Commissioner, Misconduct, CMC) 6.30 PRE-DINNER DRINKS IN ANN STREET LOBBY 7.30 – 11.00 GALA DINNER IN BALLROOM LE GRAND — DINNER SPEAKER BRYAN DAWE, MUSIC BY RENAE AND THE SWING COLLECTIvE 6 www.apsacc.com.au Conference Program Day 1 Wednesday 29 July 2009 Concurrent Streams C & D STREAM C: BALLROOM 3 STREAM D: BASTILLE ROOM The role of the media in exposing corruption Protecting whistleblowers Facilitator: Helen Couper (Director, Integrity Services, CMC) Facilitator: Professor A J Brown (Professor of Public Law, Griffith The role of the media in uncovering corruption University) Quentin Dempster (Journalist, ABC) The management of disclosures and their challenges Panel discussion Chris Wheeler (Deputy Ombudsman, NSW) • Quentin Dempster (Journalist, ABC) Whistling while they work: towards best practice organisational • Linton Besser (Journalist, Sydney Morning Herald) responses to public interest whistleblowing • Leanne Hardyman (Media Adviser, CMC) Peter Roberts (Senior Lecturer, Charles Sturt University) • Nicole Thomas (Manager, Communications and Fostering workplace environments in support of whistleblowing Media, ICAC) Jane Olsen (Research Officer, CMC) • Professor Julianne Schultz (Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University) STREAM C: BALLROOM 3 STREAM D: BASTILLE ROOM Corruption prevention initiatives Life after a Commission investigation: managing the impact Chair: Philip Moss (Commissioner, Australian Commission for Chair: Roger Watson (Director — Designate, Corruption Law Enforcement Integrity) Prevention, Education and Research, CCC) International anti-corruption perspectives How to take an agency from investigation to prevention The Hon. Barry O’Keefe AM, QC (former Commissioner, ICAC) Bruce Towie (Senior Investigator, CCC) The New Zealand perspective on civilian oversight of policing Case study The Hon. Justice Lowell Goddard (Chair, Independent Police Building a professional standards unit after an investigation Conduct Authority) Sharyn O’Neill (Director General, Department of Education and Australian perspectives: accountable and ethical Training, WA) decision making Case study Alan Barrett (Principal Policy Officer, Western Australia Public After the Wollongong City Council investigations Sector Commission) Illana Halliday (Director, Corporate and Community Services, Wollongong City Council) STREAM C: BALLROOM 3 STREAM D: BASTILLE ROOM When public and private interests clash The role of research in measuring corruption prevention Chair: Dr Irene Froyland (Director, Corruption Prevention, Chair: Dr Margot Legosz (Director, Research and Education and Research, CCC) Prevention, CMC) Five years as Integrity Commissioner: a retrospective Profiling the public sector The Hon. Gary Crooke QC (former Queensland Kelly-Ann Reardon (Education and Training Adviser, CMC) Integrity Commissioner) The value of evidence-based evaluation Public duty, private interest: pre-separation conduct, Professor Tim Prenzler (School of Criminology and Criminal post-separation employment and lobbying Justice, Griffith University) Robert Needham (Chairperson, CMC) Twenty years since Fitzgerald: assessing the influence of Protecting information, assets and resources: public sector research on the development of evidence-based policy in view of protecting information Queensland and beyond David Van Homrigh (Partner, KPMG Forensic) Professor Paul Mazerolle (Director, KCELJAG, Griffith University) 7 Conference Program Day 2 Thursday 30 July 2009 Concurrent Streams A & B OPENING PLENARY SESSION BALLROOM LE GRAND Welcome: The Honourable Jerrold Cripps QC (Commissioner, Independent Commission Against Corruption) Keynote address: Moonlight reflections 9.00 – 10.00 Chris Masters, (Journalist and author) Quentin Dempster, (Journalist, ABC Television) Keynote address: From deep north to global governance exemplar: Fitzgerald’s impact on the international anti-corruption movement Professor Charles Sampford, Director, The Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law, Griffith University 10.00 – 10.30 MORNING TEA STREAM A: BALLROOM 1 STREAM B: BALLROOM 2 Off the rails: risks in procurement and tendering The slippery slope: grooming for corruption Chair: The Hon. Greg Smith SC, MP (Committee on the Chair: Michael Strong (Director, Police Integrity, Independent Commission Against Corruption, NSW Parliament) Office of Police Integrity) Corruption prevention lessons from ICAC’s Operation Monto On the edge of the slope: behavioural risks investigation into RailCorp (2008) Narelle George (Adviser, Misconduct 10.30 – 12.00 Mick Symons (Executive Director, Investigations, ICAC) Prevention, CMC) Michael Nest (Senior Corruption Prevention Officer, ICAC) ICAC case study SESSION 1 Analysis and overview of the ICAC investigation into RailCorp Gift, benefit or bribery: knowing the difference Dr Robert Waldersee (Executive Director, Corruption Giselle Tocher (Principal Officer, Local Government Prevention Education and Research, ICAC) and Planning, ICAC) CMC case study Grooming for corruption: pedalling influence QRail: probity in government contracting and tendering Associate Professor Allan Peachment (formerly of Geoffrey King (Chief Internal Auditor, QR Limited) Curtin University of Technology) David Honeyman (Principal Adviser, Misconduct Prevention, CMC) 12.00 – 12.45 LUNCH STREAM A: BALLROOM 1 STREAM B: BALLROOM 2 Corruption risks in major development and infrastructure Regulation and granting favours Chair: The Hon. Matt Benson (Joint Standing Committee on Chair: Paul Hoolihan (Chair, Parliamentary Crime and the Corruption and Crime Commission) Misconduct Committee) Build it and they will come: infrastructure corruption risks Managing non-pecuniary interest Ray Bange (Principal, Probity Consultants International) Michael Rose (Manager, Corporate Integrity, Case study Brisbane City Council) 12.45 – 2.15 Probity issues connected with the Tasmanian pulp mill Chris Rose (Chief Executive Officer, Tom Baxter (Lecturer, School of Accounting & Corporate Logan City Council) SESSION 2 Governance, University of Tasmania) ICAC case study Case study: Smith’s Beach Parramatta Council: brothel bribes Corruption of the development process Margaret Sutherland (Senior Corruption Prevention Carolyn Jones (Principal Consultant, CCC) Officer, ICAC) ICAC case study Bribery and false licences: Operation Sirona Deirdre Cooper (Senior Corruption Prevention Officer, ICAC) 2.15 – 2.30 SHORT BREAK TO RESET ROOM CLOSING PLENARY SESSION: BALLROOM LE GRAND HYPOTHETICAL: Queensland — beautiful one day, desperate for the development dollar the next! Facilitator: Kerry O’Brien (Journalist, ABC Television) Panel of experts • Andrew Boe (Principal, Boe Lawyers) 2.30 – 4.00 • Luke Cornelius (Assistant Commissioner, Ethical Standards Division, Victoria Police) • The Hon. Gary Crooke QC (former Queensland Integrity Commissioner) SESSION 3 • David Fagan (Editor, Courier-Mail) • Professor Ian Lowe (Emeritus Professor, Science, Technology and Society, Griffith University) • Robert Needham (Chairperson, Crime and Misconduct Commission) • The Hon. Rod Welford MP (former Attorney-General Queensland) Closing address The Hon. Len Roberts-Smith RFD, QC (Commissioner, Corruption and Crime Commission) 4.00 – 5.00 DRINKS AND CANAPÉS WILL BE SERVED IN THE ANN STREET LOBBY 8 www.apsacc.com.au Conference Program Day 2 Thursday 30 July 2009 Concurrent Streams C & D STREAM C: BALLROOM 3 STREAM D: BASTILLE ROOM Australian policing: the tone at the top Health sector corruption risks Facilitator: Professor Tim Prenzler (Professor, School of Chair: Anne Gummow (Commissioner, CMC) Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University) Case study Panel Discussion Drugs in hospitals: managing the misconduct risk • Robert Atkinson APM (Commissioner, Qld Police Service) Melissa Dove (Senior Consultant, CCC) • Dr Karl O’Callaghan APM (Commissioner, WA Police) Philip Barden (Principal Agency Review Officer, CCC) • Paul Carey APM (Deputy Commissioner, Specialist Operations, Case study NSW Police) Taking responsibility: misconduct management by Queensland Health • Christine Nixon APM (former Chief Commissioner, Helen Couper (Director, Integrity Services, CMC) Victoria Police) Stephen Hardy (Director, Ethical Standards Unit, Qld Health) Case study Managing clinician’s conflict of interest in the public health system: the ICAC experience Vicki Klum (Senior Corruption Prevention Officer, ICAC) STREAM C: BALLROOM 3 STREAM D: BASTILLE ROOM Preventing corruption in corrections Higher education Chair: Judith Bell (Commissioner, CMC) Chair: Dr David Gow (Commissioner, CMC) Preventing corruption in corrections: Western Higher education: corruption risks in the university sector Australian perspective Professor Ian Lowe (Emeritus Professor, Science, Technology Robert Stacey (former Deputy Inspector, Custodial Services, WA) and Society, Griffith University) Perceptions of misconduct in Queensland corrections: a joint When is a gift not a gift? CMC and Griffith University study Madeleine Love (Legal Counsel, Southern Cross University) Dr Margot Legosz (Director, Research and Prevention, CMC) Higher education or education for hire? Issues of concern The role of the Ombudsman in preventing corruption relating to academic integrity in corrections Dr Wendy Sutherland-Smith (Senior Lecturer, Monash University) Forbes Smith (Deputy Ombudsman, Qld) Barbara Piesse (Lecturer, Deakin University) Jennifer Agius (Manager, Corrections and Compliance, Christopher Kelly (Senior Lecturer, Deakin University) NSW Ombudsman) 9