Commander Peter Crozier

Manager Criminal Assets, Fraud and Anti-Corruption (MCAFAC)

Commander Peter Crozier

Manager Criminal Assets, Fraud and Anti-Corruption (MCAFAC)


Commander Peter Crozier has been a member of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) since 1987 and has performed operational duties across the AFP’s community policing, national and international responsibilities, including attachments to the United Nations and the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).

Peter has performed a range of operational roles over the course of his career including assisting Australia’s South East Asian and broader partners on long-term counter-terrorism investigations. He was also the initial Project Manager for the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC) in Indonesia.

In 2007 Peter was seconded to the MPS SO15 Counter Terrorism Command in the United Kingdom and between 2008 and 2011 he performed the role of the AFP Senior Liaison Officer (SLO) to Singapore. Peter returned to Australia in 2011 in the role of the Coordinator of the Joint Counter Terrorism Team (JCTT) Sydney.

Peter was promoted to the rank of Commander in 2013 and appointed to the role of the AFP’s Manager Counter Terrorism Operations (MCTO). In this position Peter led the AFP’s domestic and international counter-terrorism investigations in collaboration with the AFP’s national and international law enforcement and security partners.

Peter commenced his current role as the AFP’s Manager Criminal Assets, Fraud and Anti-Corruption (MCAFAC) in 2015. In this role he leads the AFP’s commitment to a number of multi-agency initiatives including the Fraud & Anti-Corruption (FAC) Centre, the Serious Financial Crimes Taskforce (SFCT), the Criminal Assets Confiscation Taskforce (CACT), Trade Union Taskforce (TUTF) and the Black Economy Taskforce (BTF).

Peter also leads the AFP’s teams undertaking the investigation of the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH-17 over Ukraine in July 2014. Peter is married with two daughters. He enjoys golf, gardening and maintains a close eye on all sports with a focus on the fortunes of Australia’s cricket and rugby teams. Whilst he lauds his ‘do-it-yourself’ skills, the three-fold cost to repair his blunders suggests otherwise.

All sessions by Commander Peter Crozier

Financial Crime in Australia

09 Oct 2018
13:30 - 14:30