Law Enforcement

I would like to convey my sincerest appreciation to Future Crunch for their outstanding efforts in presenting the two hour session on innovation at the 87th INTERPOL General Assembly. The presentation provided mind-provoking insights into future opportunities and challenges for law enforcement as well as effective police innovation. It was a great pleasure to follow their speech on connectivity, artificial intelligence, new machines, digital transformation and forensics. Their dedicated support during the preparation process and their close collaboration with our Innovation Centre was deeply appreciated. Our colleagues highly valued their inspirational spirit and strong commitment to the event and the topics presented.

Jurgen Stock | Secretary General, INTERPOL

At the 87th Interpol General Assembly in Dubai, Future Crunch really set the tone in their session on innovation, and gave us a glimpse of policing possibilities. Great job. The Australian Federal Police are proud to partner with them in exploring how to tackle emerging crimes.

Andrew Colvin | Commissioner, Australian Federal Police

Future Crunch presented at our Police Conference 2018, the first conference held by police, for police in Australia and New Zealand. Their presentation on Cyber Technology was fun, engaging and insightful and we have received incredibly positive feedback from delegates on the high calibre of the speakers and their presentation. Many noted how relevant the session was to their work and are looking forward to taking the information back to their jurisdictions. I truly appreciate the time they dedicated, which contributed to the resounding success of the conference.

Katherine Van Gurp| CEO, Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency

Future Crunch was engaged by the Australian Federal Police to provide insight into technologies and environmental changes likely to impact future societal and criminal behaviours. They provided us with an understanding of the future operating environment not previously conceived, which helped shape our future capability requirements.

Ramzi Jabbour | Deputy Commissioner, Australia Federal Police