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Roman Quaedvlieg (Roman Alexander Quaedvlieg) was born on 8 January, 1965 in Toronto, Canada. Discover Roman Quaedvlieg’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?
|Popular As||Roman Alexander Quaedvlieg|
|Age||55 years old|
|Born||8 January 1965|
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Who Is Roman Quaedvlieg’s Wife?
His wife is Christine Pajda
|Children||Che Roman-Dujon Quaedvlieg|
Roman Quaedvlieg Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Roman Quaedvlieg worth at the age of 55 years old? Roman Quaedvlieg’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Canada. We have estimated Roman Quaedvlieg’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Timeline of Roman Quaedvlieg
In March 2018 the Governor-General, acting on the advice of the Australian cabinet, terminated Quaedvlieg’s appointment as commissioner on the grounds of his misbehaviour.
As of 29 May 2017 he was on leave pending an active investigation conducted by the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity into Quaedvlieg’s alleged abuse of power. The investigation examined his assistance in obtaining employment at Sydney Airport for a person he was in a relationship with, and concealing that relationship. Quaedvlieg declined to resign, stating that to do so would be “tantamount to a concession of culpability”. Martin Parkinson, the secretary of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet also wrote a report on Quaedvlieg’s behaviour, and Christian Porter, the attorney-general, was asked to rule on the case to avoid questions of favouritism that may have arisen had Peter Dutton ruled on Quaedvlieg’s case. There was media criticism that Quaedvlieg was on paid leave during this time, and reportedly was paid in excess of $500,000 between May 2017 and February 2018.
Content in this Wikipedia article was based on the Roman Quaedvlieg APM, listed on the “Department of Immigration and Border Protection”, published by the Commonwealth of Australia under CC-BY 3.0 licence (accessed on 30 November 2016). Archived March 2018.
With the introduction of the Australian Border Force (ABF) in 2015, Quaedvlieg became the inaugural Commissioner of the Australian Border Force and the Comptroller-General of Customs.
In 2013 Quaedvlieg joined the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) as deputy chief executive officer. In October 2014 he succeeded Mike Pezzullo as chief executive officer.
Quaedvlieg was awarded the Australian Police Medal (APM) in 2011 for serving the Australian community with distinction, particularly in the areas of police operations and administration.
In 2010 Quaedvlieg became the Chief Police Officer of ACT Policing, the branch of the AFP responsible for providing policing services to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
In 2007, Quaedvlieg was promoted to Assistant Commissioner at the AFP and assumed responsibility for Border Operations, which encompassed investigations of major drug importation and trafficking, people-smuggling activity, sexual servitude, and child sex tourism offences. Quaedvlieg has also performed the role of National Manager Aviation (at the Assistant Commissioner level) and was the AFP Chief of Staff for a period of time, a role which incorporated responsibility for the governance mechanisms of the AFP, including Ministerial Liaison, National Media and Marketing, Legal Services, Professional Standards, Recognition and Ceremonial, and Executive Services.
In 2005 Quaedvlieg joined the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and assumed the position of Manager Economic Operations, with responsibility for financial and economic investigations including money-laundering, large-scale fraud against the Commonwealth, proceeds of crime recovery, identity crime enforcement, and the management of the Oil-for-Food Task Force.
A career police officer, Quaedvlieg served as a sworn member of the Queensland Police Service for 15 years, where he performed duties in a range of positions investigating and managing serious and organised criminal activity. From 2000 to 2002 he was an executive with Ansett Australia.
Roman Alexander Quaedvlieg APM (born 8 January 1965) is a former Australian public servant and police officer who was the Commissioner of the Australian Border Force (ABF) from 1 July 2015 until May 2017 when he was put on paid leave while an investigation into potential corruption took place. He was dismissed from the position in March 2018 after an investigation found that he had failed to comply with disclosure requirements regarding a relationship with a woman.