Louis J. Freeh who headed the FBI from 1993 to 2001 joined Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton in Sydney On Monday night to talk homeland security where, NSW Police Force Assistant Commissioner Karen Webb and the Former Deputy Commissioner for NSW Police Nick Kaldas were also present.
The former director of the FBI, Louis J. Freeh, has told the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry the role of the business sector in intelligence gathering and tackling terrorism is crucial.
Louis J. Freeh comments: “If there is a lesson to be learned it is that Governments can be behind & not agile. The public sector is often not the originator of the most important data to deter security threats. Partnerships between the public & private sector are needed”- Louis J. Freeh.
Missed the event? Below is a highlight video and key moments: