Tony Lake - General Manager
Tony commenced working with ISMCPI in 2007 after more than 36 years with the Queensland Police Service (QPS), Australia. Until 1990, Tony was an operational police officer serving in various parts of Queensland.
In 1990, Tony was promoted to the rank of Inspector and was one of three officers tasked with the implementation of community policing in Queensland.
In the early 1990s he was a member of Police Beat Shopfront Program and was responsible for the development of the School Based Policing Program for Queensland. Tony was responsible for introducing and promoting the principles of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) to the QPS.
Just prior to his retirement from QPS he was attached to the Office of the Commissioner where he developed CPTED Guidelines for the State of Queensland and drafted CPTED policy and training for the QPS.
Tony is a Director of the International CPTED Association (ICA). He chaired the organising committee for both the 6th and 9th ICA CPTED Conferences held in Brisbane in 2001 and 2004, and co-authored and presented a paper at CPTED-2005 in Chile.
Tony has delivered presentations on CPTED at the International Policing Conference, Illuminating Engineers Society of Australia & New Zealand, NZ Ministry of Justice and the Local Government New Zealand Community Safety Conference, and workshops for organisations such as Christchurch, Auckland, North Shore, Papakura, Porirua and Selwyn City and District Councils, Community Patrols NZ, Neighbourhood Support NZ and New Zealand Police.
He has assisted with the development of CPTED solutions for areas in Napier, Turangi, North Shore, Christchurch, Porirua, Rotorua, Tauranga, Manakau and Rolleston in New Zealand, as well as in numerous locations in Australia.
John Goldsworthy - Director, International Operations (Principal Facilitator)
John served for over 41 years in the Queensland Police Service (QPS), Australia retiring in 2017 at the rank of Senior Sergeant. He performed duty as a uniformed officer and Detective in the areas of first response policing, criminal investigation, crime prevention, major event planning, counter-terrorism, aviation and maritime operations, policy development and project management. His career includes almost a decade with the QPS Crime Prevention Unit where he was Team Leader, Personal Safety & Property Security overseeing initiatives that include CPTED and Neighbourhood Safety Audits.
He was one of the pioneers of CPTED within the QPS, developing and facilitating workshops for Local and State Government, community and industry bodies.
John was the QPS CPTED, Personal Safety and Property Security subject matter expert for projects that included:
He was the Inaugural President of the International CPTED Association, Asia-Pacific Chapter Inc.
John Received a QPS Award for Excellence in Crime Prevention for introducing Tourist Oriented Policing (TOP) into the QPS in collaboration with Tourism Queensland.
During his career he was awarded the National Emergency Medal (Clasp Qld 2010-2011 for service with the QPS Air Wing), National Police Service Medal, National Medal (2 clasps), Queensland Police Service Medal (40 year clasp) and Queensland Flood and Cyclone, QPS 150 and G20 Citations.
Upon retirement John was awarded The Queensland Police Meritorious Service Medal for his substantial contribution to the QPS.
John has an Advanced Diploma of Management and a Diploma of Project Management with industry currency relevant to Security Management and Crime Prevention.
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