Ms Nicole Rose PSM
Ms Nicole Rose is the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC).
With the merge of CrimTrac and the Australian Crime Commission, Nicole was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of ACIC on 1 July 2016.
Prior to this, Nicole was the Chief Executive Officer of CrimTrac from April 2015 to June 2016.
She was previously employed as the Director of the Office of the NSW Police Commissioner, a position which she had held since 2007.
Before joining the NSW Police Force in 2004, Nicole worked in several NSW public sector departments including the NSW Premier’s Department, the Ministry for Police and the Serious Offenders’ Review Council within the Department of Corrective Services.
While working at the Ministry of Police, Nicole was instrumental in the establishment and operation of the NSW Innocence Panel—a high level committee tasked with reviewing forensic evidence in criminal convictions where advances in DNA technology might possibly be used as new evidence— the first of its kind in Australia.
In 2013 Nicole was awarded the Public Service Medal for services to policing. She has tertiary qualifications in Business and Management and recently completed the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship in Ethical Leadership at Melbourne University.