Regional Representatives


For further information on AIPIO events taking place in your local area, please contact the AIPIO representative in your state or territory.

For all enquiries related to AIPIO membership, please contact   




Brett Peppler is the Managing Director of Intelligent Futures Pty Ltd – a specialist management consulting practice providing intelligence-led approaches for managing uncertainty in strategic planning.  He specialises in the creative application of strategic foresight to frame and navigate complex business challenges. Brett is a Fellow, Past President and Life Member of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO), a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), a Member of the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE), and an Adjunct Fellow at Macquarie University.  

To contact Brett, please email







Gill Wilson has been a member of AIPIO since 2004 and has held executive positions on the AIPIO Board throughout her membership. She is currently the Victoria Regional Representative and Convenor for International Conference Intelligence 2021. Recently retired as an Inspector from Victoria Police Gill started her journey in the intelligence field in 1994 – this continued until her retirement. She was a key team member in the review of intelligence in Victoria Police which included a study visit to England and concluded with implementation of the first statewide Victoria Police Intelligence Model.  

Gill was awarded the Australian Police Medal in 2017; AIPIO Life Membership in 2018 and in August 2011 was named by the Australasian Council of Women and Policing as “The Most Outstanding Female Leader”.                                  

To contact Gill, please email                       



Dorothy Seidel Hooke has been working in Intelligence within law enforcement for the past 6 years and also sits on the AIPIO Board. 

After completing a Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice) and the George Washington University, she spent 2 yesars teaching English as a Peace Corps volunteer in Kazakhstan. Dorothy then moved to Australia, where she completed her Master of Criminology at the University of Melbourne. She is currently completing a Master of Arts (Intelligence Analysis) at Charles Sturt University.

To contact Dorothy, please email





Glenn Tait is a Senior Sergeant with the Queensland Police Service, working in the State Intelligence Group.  He has been working in the intelligence field since 1998 involved from station to state level.  Part of his career has been working at the Police Academy delivering the Intelligence Training Program corrupting the young minds of future generations of practitioners.  He has a strong commitment function across all agencies and disciplines which is demonstrated by his membership with International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) and AIPIO.  The latter, he is the Queensland representative for.

To contact Glenn, please email



Dr Anthea-McCarthy Jones is Senior Lecturer in the School of Business at UNSW Canberra.  Anthea holds a PhD in International Relations and has extensive fieldwork experience in Latin America. Her current research focusses on the role of ‘brokers’ in the organisational and operational structures of illicit networks and the threats these non-traditional actors pose to the state.  She has published work on Australia’s neo-jihadist terror network and linkages between organised crime groups in Latin America, Asia and Australia.  Dr McCarthy-Jones is also a member of the UNSW Cyber Group in Canberra.

To contact Anthea, please email





Dr Daniel Baldino is the Discipline Head of The Politics and International Relations program at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle. In 2000, he was a Research Associate at the Library of Congress, Washington DC. In 2009 he was a visiting scholar within the Security and Governance Program, East-West Center, Hawaii, USA. In 2015, he was a visiting scholar at The Canadian Centre of Intelligence and Security Studies, University of Carleton, Ottawa. He has also provided education and professional development programs in security and intelligence at the University of Fiji.

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AIPIO is currently seeking expressions of interest from intelligence professionals based in South Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania who are interested in becoming an AIPIO Regional Representative. To register your interest, please contact