New Zealand Institute of Intelligence Professionals Conference 2023

Thursday 10 August 2023
Grand Hall, Parliament

Meeting New Zealand’s Intelligence Needs
Whaowhia te kete mātauranga o Aotearoa me Whakakitenga

E whiwhi ai koi i ngā hua o te moana me mākū koe
To obtain the fruits of the ocean, you need to get wet.

NZIIP acknowledges Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika and Ngāti Toa as mana whenua for the Parliamentary Precinct, which was integral to their marae prior to its re-appropriation as part of the establishment of Wellington. We are grateful for their support and guidance in making this event a possibility.

Conference Run Sheet

0830-0845Mihi whakatau
0845-0910NZIIP Chair’s welcome, address, and NZIIP initiative results
Professional and ethical standards
Diversity and inclusion
Māori cultural competence key findings
0910-0955Keynote speaker: Major General (ret.) Martyn Dunne CNZM, QSO
Vignettes on Meeting Strategic Intelligence Needs Across Sectors
0955-1015Morning tea
1015-1115Panel: Intelligence Customers: What intelligence in what form?
DIA – John Michael, Deputy Director of Digital Safety
DIA – Abi Bloy, National Manager Intelligence, Insights, and Risk
MFAT – Peter Shackleton, Unit Manager Emerging Security Issues
NZ Police – Devlyn-Jae White, NZ Police Tactical Intelligence
1115-1145From Incident to ODESC Response
Strategic Crisis Management Unit discussing how intelligence feeds into New Zealand’s National Security System responses from incident to Watch Group to Working Groups and up to ODESC.
1145-1230Function of a Joint Insights Group
Annora Levermore, NZ Police, National Intelligence Centre
1230-1315Applying the Joint Insights Group to the Parliament Protests 2022
Tane Robyns, NZ Police, Eastern District Intelligence Manager
Jo Sanders, NZ Police, Strategic Advisor
1415-1530Panel: Liaison Officer Needs to Benefit the Intelligence Sector
Scott Minner, United States Defence Intelligence Agency Liaison Chief
Inspector Chris Page, NZ Police Liaison Officer – London
Senior Sergeant Gray Barbara
1530-1615Working Groups: Solving All the NZ Intelligence Sector’s Problems
1615-1630NZIIP Chair’s closing comments