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Australian Crime Commission: illicit drug data report

74 Leichhardt Street, Griffith ACT, Michael Outram
12:30 PM 28 July 2009

Michael OutramMichael Outram 
Australian Crime Commission

Presentation overview

The Illicit Drug Data Report (IDDR) is the only report of its type in Australia and provides governments, law enforcement agencies and interested stakeholders with a national picture of the illicit drug market. This report provides the data necessary to assess possible future illicit drug trends, and provides a brief analysis of those trends. On 28 July 2009, Michael Outram will be sharing the findings of this report at the Australian Institute of Criminology.

The presenter

Mr Michael Outram has held the position of Executive Director, Intelligence & Investigation Programs, at the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) since appointment in June 2004. He has significant experience in combating organised crime, terrorism and homicide as well as police corruption investigations.

During Mr Outram's tenure, the ACC's Programs Division has built extensive partnerships with commonwealth, state and territory partners and worked with them to tackle the highest levels of national organised crime.

Mr Outram previously served as a UK police officer for 20 years with the London Metropolitan Police. Early in his career he specialised as a detective, working at various inner London boroughs and at Scotland Yard's Specialist Operations Department. In 2000, Mr Outram participated in a management exchange program with the New South Wales Police and in 2002 he returned to Australia to work at the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), where in May 2003 he was appointed as ICAC's Executive Director of Strategic Operations.

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