Meeting Superintendent Joe Jaramazovic at the Australian Institute of Police Management
As a part of his continuing international Policing Friendship Tour, PolicingTV Founder and Publisher, Bernard Rix, recently travelled to Australia, to film and share examples of good and excellent policing initiatives from across the country.
Since the early 1960’s, the Australian Institute of Police Management (AIPM) has been integral in developing police leaders, with more than 6,500 senior officials from policing attending AIPM courses and events.
The Institute has both a national and global profile and reputation, for example playing a key role in the international Global Policing Innovation Exchange (GPX) Program. The GPX plays an increasingly influential role in law enforcement across the world, allowing policing leaders to share ideas and initiatives.
In this second video of four, Superintendent Joe Jaramazovic of Queensland Police, who is currently a Visiting Fellow at AIPM, tells us about that role – not least in providing mentorship and guidance to those attending courses and undertaking academic and professional study, thus helping others on their own, personal, leadership journey. He also discusses the challenges of recruitment, not just in Australia but also internationally: he describes work he has been doing with the UK’s College of Policing to better understand and address these challenges.
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