Grant Liddy

VIC
2023

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Grant commenced as the Director of the National Institute of Forensic Science at the Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency (ANZPAA NIFS) in June 2022. He directs the activities of ANZPAA NIFS in strategic partnership with police and government laboratory executives (ANZFEC), aligning NIFS’ work program to develop, promote and advise on priorities and practices for forensic science in Australia and New Zealand.


Prior to NIFS, he worked at the Australian Federal Police (AFP) as a sworn member since 2003 across a variety of investigational (fraud, people smuggling/human trafficking, child protection and border-controlled drugs) and covert areas.


In 2016 Grant joined the AFP’s Forensic Command, and from 2020 led the AFP’s Digital Forensic (DF) capability. Grant’s responsibilities included managing the delivery of operational DF support to AFP investigations, the continued development of capability, and engagement with law enforcement partners (domestic and internationally) to share advancements and build capacity. He holds a PhD, Bachelor of Applied Science and Advanced Diploma of Investigations.

Project

To research international digital forensics strategies to inform future operating models

To research international digital forensics strategies to inform future operating models

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