Director, Government, Enterprise & Emergency Management
Early Warning Network
Michael Hallowes has held senior executive leadership roles for many years in the emergency management sector in both Australia and the United Kingdom.
He is widely respected as a passionate advocate and thought leader for intergenerational reforms to public safety and security. In particular, international collaboration in the development and implementation of next-generation public safety technologies.
Today, he is the Director of Government, Enterprise and Emergency Management for the Early Warning Network, a subsidiary of the ASX-listed company Aeeris Pty Ltd.
Until mid-2015, he was the national director of Australia’s ‘Emergency Alert Program’, leading the groundbreaking work to introduce the location-based public alerting system. Prior to that, he was the Emergency Services Commissioner for the state of Victoria. He moved to Australia in 2011 after 30 years in British policing. He held senior leadership roles both as a detective at New Scotland Yard and as Head of Strategic Operations at the former National Policing Improvement Agency. He finished his police career as Operational Head of the UK Police Staff College.
Thursday, 24 November: 2.00pm-2.30pm – Disruptive technologies – evolutionising the digital future