Enhancing Investigations & Enforcement Outcomes

Optimise your regulatory toolkit to drive successful regulatory outcomes


Ngunnawal Country, Canberra Rex Hotel & Online
28 - 29 May 2024

The 4th Annual Enhancing Investigations & Enforcement Outcomes Conference is your opportunity to connect with regulatory peers and experts from various jurisdictions as they explore how they can leverage the right enforcement tools to drive better compliance outcomes. The Hatchery’s annual conference series has gathered over 250+ regulatory professionals from various state and federal level regulators, agencies and departments across Australia and New Zealand.

The purpose of this event is to bring together the regulatory community to exchange information and share best practices and case studies to examine how regulators can strengthen their investigative processes, drive interagency collaboration, set regulatory priorities, use enforcement tools innovatively, measure success and much more.

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Key Speakers:

  • Jacqueline Agius, ACT Work Health and Safety Commissioner & Labour Hire Licence Commissioner, WorkSafe ACT
  • Daniel Stubbs, Commissioner, Victorian Disability Worker Commission
  • Russell Bennett, Assistant Commissioner, Investigations, Legal & Policy, Health Complaints, Commissioner Victoria
  • Deborah Wallace, Former Detective Superintendent, NSW Police Force

Recipient of Australia Day Achievement Award, the Australian Crime and Prevention Award, and the Australian Police Medal

  • Simon Nicholson, Work Health & Safety Prosecutor, Office of the Work Health & Safety Prosecutor QLD
  • Belinda Hughes, Executive Director Legal, ICAC PNG

Why attend?

  • Learn how to publish case learnings effectively to drive behaviour change
  • Leverage the use of appropriate regulatory powers and enforcement tools
  • Discover the benefits of interagency collaboration
  • Explore the role of strategic communications to support your regulatory strategy

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