Platinum Sponsor and Bottled Water Sponsor
LEGEAR is the leading supplier of the Law Enforcement, Military, Public Safety and Outdoor products in Australia and New Zealand. It has built a reputation on providing the highest quality products, offering exceptional service and on time delivery since 1999.
LEGEAR is known by the government as the “One Source – Total Solution Provider” and has established a solid, strong, lasting and trusting relationship with its different agencies including; Australian Federal Police, State Police Forces, Australian Defense Force, Customs, Corrections, Emergency Services and SES, AUSAID and Emergency Management Australia through the years.
Our retail Stores strategically located at 2/80 Kembla Street Fyshwick ACT 2609 (Canberra), 7 Dover Drive Burleigh Heads QLD 4220 (Gold Coast), Unit D14, Hallmarc Business Park 1639-1645 Centre Road Springvale VIC 3171 (Melbourne - 5.11 TACTICAL CONCEPT STORE) Australia.
LEGEAR will continually expand its products and services, and provide its customers, YOU, with the best quality and real solution to your equipment needs.
THE LEGEAR WEBSITE
LEGEAR.COM.AU website is the leading online store for Law Enforcement, Military and Outdoor products in Australia and New Zealand. Carrying a wide array of the world's best brands, with 22 thousand and counting products, visited by 200+ thousand online shoppers monthly, easy and secure payment scheme, unbeatable prices, fast shipping and reliable customer support services.
Integral Risk Group Pty Ltd
Integral Risk Group Pty Ltd is a provider of security, risk management, aviation and maritime security solutions with offices in Australia, London and the UAE.
We have been operating across a plethora of markets and sectors including Government and
Corporate industries for more than 14 years.
Our services are designed with “client intention and safety” as the priority.
As part of an integrated method of delivery to ensure these services are achieved for our client’s satisfaction and safety, we have aligned ourselves with strategic partners such as Protective Group who provide a total solution for the management and ongoing safety methodology for domestic violence survivors and a proactive awareness and protection program in the domestic violence charter.
In support of this, Integral Risk Group are able to provide critical support tools to help mitigate our clients exposure by way of our Safety Watch, which tracks our clients movements via GPS and enables our clients to call for emergency assistance with a “push of a button” thus giving both Police and security the ability to respond if required. Our Body Worn Video Camera also enables both emergency responders and security personnel to capture in “real time” and without compromise any incidents that occur.
Integral Risk Group and our Partners believe in providing not only the specific response to their issues but also that of the ongoing management, coupled with an integrated platform of physical and emotional support services to allow our clients to work and live with minimal disruption in their daily lives and activities.
Integral Risk Group and Partners are proud to be a Gold Sponsor for the 2015 Australasian Drug and Alcohol Strategy Conference. We would like to invite all attendees to our stand to view the launch of our “new 3G Safety Watch” and enter a draw to win a new 3G device, which includes all monitoring and upgrades for 12 months.
Conference Dinner Sponsor & Exhibitor
Conference Dinner Sponsor & Exhibitor
Alcolizer Technology is a world-leader in the field of Alcohol and other Drugs (AOD) testing and is recognised as one of Australia’s most innovative and forward-thinking company’s.
At Alcolizer, we believe alcohol and drug testing is critical for personal safety and a safe and productive work place. So whether you are a law enforcement agency, need industrial-scale testing or are a personal user, you can trust Alcolizer Technology to be at the forefront of alcohol and other drugs testing technology, with world class products and services to support you wherever you are.
As a technology company focussed on Alcohol and other Drugs testing, our dedicated R&D teams keep us at the forefront of the AOD industry, our in-house manufacturing expertise gives us full control over product quality, and our dedicated and professional sales team is focussed on meeting the individual needs of our customers.
Drug and Alcohol Coordination Unit (DACU)
The mission of the unit is to enhance the capacity of the Queensland Police Service to participate in the whole of government approach to minimise the harms associated with AOD use.
The DACU performs a number of key functions:
- Provides high-level policy advice on drug and alcohol issues to the Queensland Police Service and State and national governments.
- Maintains effective liaison with other law enforcement bodies, government departments and agencies and non-government organisations involved in the drug and alcohol field.
- Undertakes research into current and emerging alcohol and other drug related issues impacting on law enforcement.
- Represents the Queensland Police Service at various forums relating to alcohol and other drug issues.
- Assists in the development, implementation and delivery of training programs and proactive strategies on alcohol and other drugs, including the development and dissemination of related information and resources.
- Coordinates and supports projects funded under the National and Queensland Drug Strategies.
Australian Crime Commission (ACC)
The Australian Crime Commission is Australia’s national criminal intelligence agency with specialist investigative capabilities. It works with its partners to reduce the threat and impact of serious and organised crime on Australia and the Australian economy, by discovering, understanding and responding to the business of serious and organised crime.
The Crime Commission’s High Risk and Emerging Drugs special operation monitors all Australian illicit drug markets to develop a holistic understanding of those markets, both domestically and internationally.
Intelligence is the key to seizing drugs before they make it to our streets and to identifying new drug-related threats to the community.
Despite the Commission’s highly developed knowledge of individual markets and the links between them, these markets are constantly evolving and intelligence gaps exist. The Commission resolves these gaps by leveraging its unique mix of powers and capabilities to discover and understand more about the markets and to inform partners of new and emerging trends. The Commission also proactively develops and informs appropriate operational, legal and policy responses.
Through the High Risk and Emerging Drugs special operation, the Crime Commission is contributing to demand, supply and harms reduction strategies in line with the National Drug Strategy 2010–15.
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS)
Following the announcement by the Government in May last year that outlined significant changes to how we protect and manage Australia’s borders to enhance our national security and to create an even stronger national economy, from 1 July this year, the functions of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) and ACBPS will be fully integrated and functioning as a single department, and a new frontline operational agency, the Australian Border Force (ABF), will also be established and operational.
The work to integrate the two organisations and establish the ABF by 1 July is well underway and being managed by a strong leadership team led by DIBP Secretary Mr Michael Pezzullo and ACBPS Chief Executive Officer Roman Quaedvlieg. We look forward to continuing our work with key partners and law enforcement agencies as we embrace this opportunity to design and develop a new department that delivers innovative policy and solutions that assist our stakeholders and the community, while enabling us to effectively facilitate and enforce our mission and key objectives.
Brisbane City Council Sponsorship
Brisbane City Council
Brisbane City Council Sponsorship
Brisbane is the largest local government in Australia with a Lord Mayor and 26 Ward Councillors. Brisbane City Council’s vision is that Brisbane will continue to be a friendly, safe, vibrant, green and prosperous city.
Key drivers to achieve our vision for a friendly, safe city are:
- improving the perception of safety and reducing the risk and incidence of crime
- minimising safety risks and other harms associated with alcohol and drug misuse in public and entertainment areas
- responding to safety issues and the incidence of crime.
Council’s key community safety initiatives include:
- a Suburban Crime Prevention Grants program that provides funding to not-for-profit organisations, sporting clubs and local businesses to introduce safety measures to help deter crime and improve community safety
- supporting the Queensland Government’s Safe Night Out Strategy in entertainment precincts of Fortitude Valley, the CBD and Caxton Street
- working with Queensland Police Service to promote community safety through safety awareness and education materials that help residents and visitors develop their own personal safety strategies when out and about
- implementing Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design principles and safety measures to plan, design and manage public spaces and assets.
Byron Group consists of seven Australian owned and operated companies that design and manufacture a wide range of high quality equipment for Defence & Security, Aerospace, Health, Emergency Response and numerous specialised industries.
Byron Group offers a complete solution;
- Specialised Vehicle Conversions/Access Vehicles
- Vehicle body building
- Customised Electrical/Electronic and IT Infrastructure
- Ground Support Equipment for Aircraft
- Design, manufacturing, maintenance and aircraft Interior Restorations
- Pre hospital equipment
Edith Cowan University Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Australian Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre
The Australian Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre is a free web resource that aims to reduce harmful substance use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by providing the evidence base to inform policy and practice. The Knowledge Centre provides free online access to a comprehensive collection of relevant and culturally appropriate knowledge-support and decision-support materials for practitioners, community members, policy-makers and others involved in reducing harmful substance use.
Fleet Network is the industry leader in novated leases and salary packaging options Australia-wide.
With 20 years experience, the Fleet Network team specialises in organising vehicle salary packages for government employees.
Fleet Network is committed to helping you secure the best deal for your vehicle, no matter what model and brand you choose.
So if you are considering a new car you should investigate the significant savings to be had by salary packaging your next vehicle with Fleet Network.
1300 738 601
GK Solutions is the supplier of IDENTA Drug Detection Kits in Australia. Identa is the only company that are developing new chemistry for the newest and latest concerns, we also have kits that are able to detect precursors etc.
Identa Kits are
- Significantly safer to use than other kits
- Extremely easy to use
- Advanced chemical formulation provides superior testing capability with far fewer false positives
- Rigid plastic casing provides maximum protection for the operator when breaking the glass ampoules
- The sampler is protected from any possible contamination
- The sampler collects the exact amount of substance required for testing – no need to measure substances
- The sampler locks into place for testing - no possibility of chemical leakage
- Kits that require acid neutralisation have a self contained neutralisation agent – no need to open the casing and expose the operator to the chemicals
Established in 2005 LaneWorkSafe is a 100% Australian owned company constituted to address a need in the workplace that meets the lawful requirements of the employer and is equitable and fair to both the employer and the employee. Servicing Australian workplaces for 10 years. Headed by a former New South Wales Detective Sergeant with experience and understanding of the high cost associated with abuse of alcohol and drugs in society, LaneWorkSafe is driven by integrity and customer focus. We retain a World class Toxicologist available for informative consultation.
LaneWorkSafe provides a comprehensive client service:
- Giving you a corporate edge
- Full Policy Development
- AustralianStandard 4308 : 2008 Certificated Urine Split Cup
- Consultants to workplaces on Alcohol and other Drugs
- Workplace Alcohol and other Drug(s) Testing
- Laboratory Analysis
- Commitment to Privacy and Confidentiality
- Experienced competent Technical back up on all products
LaneWorkSafe truly believe that Worksafe – Workwell can and should be one of every organisation’s mottos.
Lives Lived Well
Lives Lived Well is a leading Queensland support organisation for people who have problems with alcohol and other drugs as well as other addictions such as gambling and associated mental health issues.
Our friendly and expert team sees more than 10,000 people each year across 16 locations.
We run three rehabilitation facilities (Brisbane, Gold Coast and Cairns) and provide free alcohol and other drugs counselling, including youth, family support and Indigenous programs.
When people are ready, we are there with the tools, time and expertise to support them.
Call us on 3834 0200
National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund
The National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund promotes quality evidence-based practice in drug law enforcement to prevent and reduce the harmful effects of licit and illicit drug use in Australian society. A key aim of NDLERF is to promote collaboration between the Law Enforcement Sector and Researchers.
School of Justice - QUT
The School of Justice at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) meets a growing demand for contemporary law and justice knowledge. The School was established in 1991 as a result of the Fitzgerald Inquiry into Police Misconduct. Since then, we have expanded to include a wide range of targeted study areas including criminology and policing, policy and governance and intelligence.
Smart Start Interlocks Australia
Ajen Monitoring Systems Pty Ltd are the exclusive Distributors for Smart Start Inc's Alcohol Interlock products in Australia. As a franchisee of Smart Start Inc we are proud to provide both the SSI 20/20 and the new SSI 20/30, both products meet stringent Australian Standards and world wide standards including NHTSA and European CENELEC.
We continue to develop opportunities for the use of in home Alcohol Monitoring products including Smart Starts In-Hom and the soon top be released SMART Mobile device offering a superior method of monitoring participants that are subject to conditions of parole that require abstinence from Alcohol.
The Drug Detection Agency (TDDA)
The Drug Detection Agency is the complete national solution provider for 24/7 mobile drug-testing in the workplace. Whether you require policy design and consultation; employee and management education and training; mobile drug testing that comes to you; or property methamphetamine testing, TDDA have the expertise and knowledge to assist.
Warsash Scientific are exclusive representatives for Thermo Scientific , Portable Optical Analysers in Australia & New Zealand and have pioneered the application of portable Raman spectrometers for narcotics identification within Australia law enforcement and border security.
Our analysers can identify multiple controlled substances and cutting agents in a single non-contact test through the evidence bag with definitive lab quality results
On display will be our TruNarc presumptive narcotics identification kit, together with our all-purpose FirstDefender (Raman) and TruDefender (FTIR) spectrometers.
Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC) Sponsorship
Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC)
The Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC) Sponsorship
The Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC) is a statutory body responsible for regulating the Queensland Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance scheme. CTP insurance covers motor vehicle owners and drivers for liability claims where an individual seeks compensation for injuries they sustain in a motor vehicle accident and negligence by the owner/driver of that vehicle can be established.
The Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland (CARRS-Q)
The Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q) is based at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane.
CARRS-Q works closely with government and industry bodies, and gives priority to developing research to inform policy directions in injury prevention and safety, including:
- general road and transport safety;
- occupational and construction safety, including work-related road safety, alcohol and drug use;
- school and community injury prevention, including the harms associated with alcohol and drug use, adolescent risk-taking and product safety;
- intelligent transport systems; and
- vulnerable road users.