Dr Grant Wardlaw was appointed Executive Director of the Australian Bureau of Criminal Intelligence (ABCI), Australia's national criminal intelligence service, in February 2001. He has held senior executive positions in intelligence, research and policy organisations, including being the inaugural Director of the Commonwealth Government's Office of Strategic Crime Assessments (OSCA). Dr Wardlaw has published widely in the fields of terrorism and law enforcement intelligence and is the author of Political Terrorism: Theory, Tactics and Countermeasures (Cambridge University Press). In 1988 and 1991 Dr Wardlaw worked in Washington, DC, as a Distinguished Visiting Professor, Defence Intelligence College, Defence Intelligence Agency, specialising in terrorism, low intensity conflict and international drug trafficking.
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