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Bronwyn Fraser

Graduate Certificate (International Relations & National Security) 2015.

Bronwyn joined WA Police State Traffic team in February 2017, and is mid-way through her Masters of National Security and International Relations at Curtin University, to be completed in 2018.

Her role within her unit at WA Police is to analyse and distribute various sources of intelligence regarding traffic offences to relevant databases and disseminate information to the appropriate units outside of STIPCU.

A Politics and Communications major from ECU, Bronwyn has been engaged with her community during her university career, volunteering for a variety of organisations such as Kaarakin Cockatoo Rehabilitation Centre and Amnesty International. She also undertook internships with the Department of Mines and Petroleum and the Australian think-tank Future Directions International.

Bronwyn was a participant in Curtin’s premier leadership program, John Curtin Leadership Academy in 2016, completing a community-based project with a group of five other students over the course of a semester. She also took part in the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Awards in early 2017, a week-long intensive leadership camp teaching leadership through self-awareness.