At Core integrity we believe people are our greatest asset. We are a team of industry professionals who achieve quality outcomes by leading people and organisations to be their best. Our team has a wide range of skills and experience in addition to our integrity risk management skills in order to bring best possible outcomes for our clients.
You’ll meet our team when they provide you best practice advice and assistance. But before you do, here is an overview of some of the experience and backgrounds you can expect.
Troy has significant experience in protective security, having spent over 23 years in the Australian Army, undertaking multiple overseas deployments and conducting roles within specialist operations, capability development, training and management.
Highly skilled and adept at conducting physical, personal and technical security including access management and control, cyber and information security, site surveys, critical infrastructure protection, and risk analysis and assessment. Troy has conducted security risk assessments, programs, and training across both Australia and globally.
Legal and forensic investigaitons
Dylan specialises in employment law and litigation, where Dylan’s has prosecuted matters and made representations on client’s behalf in court proceedings. Dylan has also led and conducted various forensic and misconduct investigations.
Dylan has experience in advising businesses on negotiations with trade unions, conducting negotiations with trade unions, drafting of employment policies and contracts as well as general commercial contracts, conducting reviews of a business’s existing suite of policies and training staff and employees on new and existing policies.
Jason provides investigation and risk management skills and experience specialising in child protection and family & community services. Proactive risk assessments to identify ‘red flags’ or early warning signs and communication are among Jason’s key strengths.
Jason, “I firmly believe in listening to young people as they have their own story to tell. Listening to them is the first step in assisting, and hopefully preventing ongoing issues. Young and vulnerable people generally will not ask for help but if it is offered it makes the task of listening crucial as they are exposing themselves and their problems and will not want to retell this over and over. If it is retold you miss crucial information that was available at the beginning, by showing empathy the person will feel more comfortable to continue with their story.”