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Tony Negus


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Profession
  
Diplomat, police officer; Commissioner of the AFP

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Tony William Negus AO, APM is an Australian diplomat and former Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police (AFP), being sworn in on 7 September 2009 for a five-year term. He was the sixth Commissioner of the AFP and the second appointed from within the AFP On 1 December 2014, he was appointed Australian High Commissioner to Canada effective sometime in January 2015.

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Education

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Negus holds a master's degree in Public Policy and Administration, and a Graduate Diploma in Executive Leadership. At Harvard University he has completed the Executive Leadership Program.

Career

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Negus started his law enforcement career in traffic operations in Canberra in 1982, and later as a detective in the Australian Capital Territory. He worked in community policing, federal investigations, human resources, and protection as well as in national operations in Brisbane, Sydney, and Canberra.

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In June 2005, Negus was awarded the Australian Police Medal (APM). One year later, in July 2006, Negus was appointed National Manager of Human Resources, with responsibility for Learning and Development, Professional Standards, and People Strategies. Prior to his appointment as Commissioner of the AFP he had been Deputy Commissioner Operations since October 2007, where he had responsibility for border operations, economic and special operations, forensics and data centres, high technology crime operations, internal liaison networks, and international deployments.

He stepped down from his role as Commissioner at the end of his term in September 2014 and was replaced by his former deputy Andrew Colvin.

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