Zoë Moses is an Advisor on Special Projects at the Australian Civil-Military Centre. In this role she designs and delivers workshops and other interventions tailored to build coordinated capability across government, coalition partners, and humanitarian agencies to prevent, to prepare for and respond to conflicts and disasters overseas.
Prior to joining ACMC, Zoë worked for civilian law enforcement agencies responsible for the oversight of police. In these roles she led investigations, strategic reviews and research on police operations, policies, programs and practices for independent police watchdogs. Zoe has authored three Parliamentary reports which presented investigative findings and made recommendations regarding legislative and policy reform on issues related to police use of force, the investigative processes following deaths associated with police contact, and the policing of persons associated with serious organised crime and terrorism.
Zoë has also held an adjunct lecturer position within the school of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of New South Wales (UNSW) at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) where she previously taught undergraduate and post-graduate students on a range of political science subjects related to use of force and global security.
Zoë holds a B.A., B.Phil with Honours (First Class), Cert. IV in Government (Investigation) and is trained in ANACAPA Criminal Intelligence Analysis and Analytical Investigation Methods. In 2012, she was the recipient of the Office of Police Integrity Service Award and received a Letter of Commendation from Victoria Police Crime Command.