Warwick was appointed Executive Director of the AIPM in April 2012 after acting in this role since December 2011.
Prior to this he was the Director, Programs at the Australian Institute of Police Management since 2007.
In this role he was responsible for the design and delivery of a number of police and public safety industry leadership programs both internationally and domestically.
The international work included delivering training and capacity development programs in the USA, Hong Kong, Solomon Islands, Micronesia, Vanuatu, New Zealand, East Timor and Indonesia. In 2007 Warwick was instrumental in the development and delivery of the inaugural International Senior Command Program designed to better prepare senior police for leading Police contingents in peace keeping and capacity building environments. In 2008 Warwick attended the "Art and Practice of Leadership Development Program" at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government to learn more about how leadership development can be best delivered in the Public Sector. In 2010 he lead the development and delivery of the first Assistant Commissioners Program in Australia. He has been a program manager with the Leadership in Counter Terrorism Program since 2007, working with the RCMP, FBI, PSNI and Scottish Police College to deliver this program.
From 2005 to early 2007, Warwick was the Assistant Director, Programs at the AIPM. One of his key tasks was the development and delivery of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Leadership Development Program. Before working at the AIPM, Warwick served in the Australian Army.
Lorraine Mazerolle is an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow (2010–2015), a Professor in the School of Social Science at the University of Queensland, and a Chief Investigator with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course (LCC). Her research interests are in experimental criminology, policing, drug law enforcement, regulatory crime control, and crime prevention. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Experimental Criminology, past Chair of the American Society of Criminology’s (ASC) Division of Experimental Criminology (2014–2015), an elected Fellow and past president of the Academy of Experimental Criminology (AEC), and elected fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences, Australia. Professor Mazerolle is the winner of the 2013 AEC Joan McCord Award, and the 2010 ASC Division of International Criminology Freda Adler Distinguished Scholar Award. She has won numerous US and Australian national competitive research grants on topics such as third party policing, police engagement with high risk people and disadvantaged communities, community regulation, problem-oriented policing, police technologies, civil remedies, street-level drug enforcement and policing public housing sites.