IPMA – Global Gold Awards Merida Mexico: Change Project of the Year (GC2018 – Queensland Police Service Commonwealth Games – Operation Sentinel Project)

2019 AIPM Awards – QLD Change Management Project of the Year

P2E would like to congratulate the Queensland Police Service (QPS) in winning the 2019 QLD Change Project of the Year.

The QPS formed a bespoke project group to meet the Queensland Government’s Commonwealth Games 2018 Bid guarantee of providing a safe and secure Games environment. Recognised as the third-largest global sporting event, the Games represented the most complex major event for Queensland Government this decade. Considerable enduring, complex QPS-wide organisation and change management resulted in creation of the specialised 120-staff group to meet the forecast security planning and delivery needs.  In collaboration with key partner agencies across all levels of government. “Operation Sentinel” successfully delivered an incident-free, safe and secure Games environment, quality-assured, on time and under budget.

P2E have worked closely with the QPS to assist with the development of project and program management capability that was deemed a critical enabler for the successful delivery of the 2018 Operation Sentinel Project. P2E were also involved with program managing the successful GOLDOC Cyber Security Program for GC2018. This required extensive stakeholder management across 3 layers of government inclusive of third party deliverers. This collegiate approach was highly successful and will be leveraged for future games.

P2E are extremely proud of the officers and staff that worked tirelessly to deliver this highly successful project.

Pictured L-R: P2E Director Geoff Crooks, Assistant Commissioner Peter Crawford, Deputy Commissioner Steve Gollschewski and P2E Director Todd Hunt

2019 Red Shield Appeal

2018 Red Shield Appeal Launch

P2E Media Release – 05 April 2017

P2E welcomes the findings by the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) which confirmed there was no conflict of interest in our recent engagement with the Queensland Police Service (QPS).

The QPS Commissioner referred the matter to the CCC following a media report questioning our role with the QPS given our previous work assignments assisting with major change projects.

P2E acted with full integrity and due responsibility in relation to this matter.

We are proud of the role we played in helping to implement the restructure of the Queensland Police Service – the most significant restructure the Service has seen in some 25 years. This engagement was completed four years ago.

Established in 2009, we have a strong reputation for quality work and operating with honesty and integrity.

We are pleased with the outcome of the CCC investigation and look forward to continuing our important engagement with the QPS.

P2E Media Release – 17 March 2017

p2e_logo_reduced - catchcry on side_png_a01P2E is surprised by a recent media report which questions our current role with the Queensland Police Service.

P2E has acted with full integrity and professionalism at all times in relation to this matter.

We are proud of the role we played in 2013 helping to implement the restructure of the Queensland Police Service – the most significant restructure the Service has seen in some 25 years.

Established in 2009, we have a strong reputation for quality work and operating with honesty and integrity.

The QPS Commissioner has referred the matter to the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC), and we would be pleased to provide any information required to expedite this process.

As the matter is before the CCC, we are unable to provide any further comment at this time.

P2E Christmas Giving

Heritage Bank Charity Golf Day