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ANZPAA Policy Officer Caitlyn Kennedy discusses the implications of AI for policing policy

ANZPAA Police Conference 2023 (PC23)

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PolicingTV’s Founder and Publisher, Bernard Rix, recently visited the Australia New Zealand Advisory Agency’s (ANZPAA’s) offices in Melbourne, Australia. There, he met Caitlyn Kennedy, the ANZPAA Policy Officer working on a set of AI Principles.

Caitlyn tells us about the work that she and ANZPAA police jurisdictions have been undertaking to identify nine core principles for Australian and New Zealand police forces to follow on matters relating to Artificial Intelligence.

These principles are now available via the ANZPAA website, plus interested PolicingTV viewers can contact Caitlyn via ANZPAA ( to learn more about the work that ANZPAA has done (and continues to do) on AI and Policing. 

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