Assistant Director, Electronic Surveillance Section, National Security Policy Branch, Department of Home Affairs (Australia)
Junior Policy Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy
Adam Ingle is an Assistant Director in the National Security Policy Branch within Australia’s domestic security department, the Department of Home Affairs. His responsibilities include reforming the investigative powers of Australia’s security, law enforcement and intelligence agencies to adapt to present and emerging communications technology and engaging with the tech companies who deliver it.
Adam originally joined the Australian Public Service through the Attorney-General’s Department graduate programme in 2015. There, Adam became the Senior Legal Officer administering Australia’s lawful interception and surveillance framework. In this Department Adam also worked on reforms to anti-corruption legislation and helped modernise the criminal statute of Pacific Island nations.