Cultural Transformation in SA Police - Making It Stick

Mar 06
Leadership and Managing People Series


In April 2016, Commissioner Grant Stevens commissioned the Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) of South Australia to conduct an independent and transparent review to examine the nature and extent of sex discrimination, sexual harassment and predatory behaviour in South Australia Police. 

In December 2016, the EOC review report was publicly released containing 38 recommendations covering key areas including leadership, workforce management, training and development, flexible workplace culture, dispute resolution and wellbeing and support.

Project Equitas was established to address the recommendations and set the foundation to enhance SAPOL as an inclusive organisation where all people are safe, respected and supported to reach their potential – this aim will contribute to SAPOL's vision of providing a visible, responsive police service for all South Australians. Project Equitas is an enabler for SAPOL's long term culture change effort to support our employees in feeling safe and respected in the workplace.

Join us in celebrating International Women's Day as Assistant Commissioner, Bryan Fahy; Senior Project Manager, Sally Woolford and Communications and Engagement Officer, Courtney Jonson present on Project Equitas and the changes SAPOL undertook, the leadership capabilities needed to drive cultural reform and how the project toom on a fundamentally different approach to implementing the recommendations.

Members $77 | Non-Members $100 | Table of 8 $616
CPD Points: 4


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