Meeting former Queensland Police officer, Brice Neilson, now CIO at Altia (Part 3)
Brice Neilson is a former Queensland Police Service officer who until recently served the Queensland Government as a Board Member on their Information & Cyber-Security Steering Committee. He is now software company Altia’s Chief Information Officer.
He recently met PolicingTV’s Founder and Publisher, Bernard Rix, on Queensland’s Gold Coast, to discuss a wide range of topics across policing, technology and inclusion.
In this third of three videos, filmed on Orchid Avenue in Surfers Paradise, Brice and Bernard start their filming outside a tattoo parlour before crossing the road to the police station diagonally opposite.
They explore whether having visible tattoos should prevent otherwise suitably qualified recruits from joining policing – Brice has a number of visible tattoos, and enjoyed a successful twenty year career in Queensland Police, so the conclusion of this discussion should not be a surprise. Brice then links the topic of tattoos to the wider topic of policing representing the community they serve – and to the core truth that “police officers are human beings, after all”
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