Our structure, as displayed on this page, shows the various roles performed by your Executive Committee, all voluntary members. The Executive Committee is united by a commitment to the security profession. This commitment gives us a unique ability to offer the Victorian membership appropriate support across our industry.
Our team on the ground in Victoria maintain strong local, regional, national and international ties, supporting our members and ensuring the success of our industry.
Dr Tony Zalewski
Dr Tony Zalewski has an extensive career in security and public safety including 17 years with Victoria Police. He has four degrees from Australian Universities in disciplines of law, criminology and the social sciences. Tony also has a number of vocational training qualifications such as security risk management, workplace safety, aggression management and is a qualified trainer in Australia and overseas.
In 1990 Tony founded the multi award-winning Australian Institute of Public Safety and over 17 years built it to offer 30 training and 8 higher education accredited qualifications. The Institute was acquired by a global education provider in 2008.
Tony continues to consult as a security and safety expert across industry sectors, for governments and the courts. Tony has provided advice and expert reports in some of Australia's largest public liability civil actions involving security and safety and is sought after for his intimate knowledge of effective security and safety systems.
Daniel joins the ASIS committee with the desire to make a positive difference to the local industry. With experience including operational leadership, project management and consulting over the last 13 years, he is well versed in the strategies and principles to identify and manage risks in the Physical Security domain. Daniel has a Diploma of Security & Risk Management, and a Diploma of Management.
Eddy Sorokowski CPP
Eddy has over 35 years of experience in the Security & Risk Management Sector including Senior Management Roles, Defence and Government Security, Telstra Corporate Security and Note Printing Australia.
Currently he is Director of Security Management Professionals Pty Ltd and provides security and risk management services throughout Australia.
Eddy is a former Chair of the Victoria Australia Chapter. He holds a CPP qualification and is a leader within the security profession.
Clayton has over 30 years experience in the security industry as a trainer, adviser and security leader. He specialises in security risk management, security training and executive protection. In addition to leading his own organisation, Clayton is an adviser to public and private organisations on risk minimisation and operational security services in Australia and abroad.
Clayton has qualifications in Security and Risk Management and Training and Assessment.
Pascal has diverse experience in implementing holistic risk management strategies and risk reduction measures to ensure security integrity is maintained to reduce risks and limit exposure to liability in areas of physical and personal risk.
Pascal has a detailed understanding of modern security practices and technologies, global standards and industry best practice. He also is qualified Trainer and Assessor – Specialising in Security Risk Management.
Pascal was awarded the 2014 Dan Grove Regional Scholarship by ASIS International and is active in supporting its members.
Inspiring to make a difference in the Private Security Industry, Pascal is an active member of various industry groups including ASIS International Crime Prevention and Loss Prevention Council.
For over 20 years Nick has been Managing Director of his own security firm, Dominance Guardian Services. He has experience across areas of business operations, human resources, client acquisition and management in addition to the development of formalised systems across the operation.
Nick has formal tertiary and vocational qualifications in the social sciences, security and business operations.
Graham Manson ASM
Graham has over 21 years experience in security, risk and emergency management. He is a recipient of the Australian Security Medal in recognition of his demonstrated consistent, high-level contribution to the security profession, its clients and the wider community.
Graham is also an active participant in a number of national representative bodies that included the energy, aviation, transport, banking & finance and water sectors. He is highly skilled with demonstrated experience in managing complex and diverse stakeholder groups.
Graham has formal qualifications in security, risk and safety. He has extensive experience in governance and compliance.
Laval is a Security Engineer at Aurecon in Melbourne. He is a qualified Electrical Engineer, with 6 years’ experience within the security industry in systems integration prior to joining Aurecon.
Throughout his career, Laval has worked on numerous high-profile projects across Australia involving the delivery a variety of smart and secure premises in a range of sectors and differing environments. Laval is passionate about technology, developing knowledge and experience in the security field, and providing advice and delivering quality documentation that brings value to the end-users.
Laval joins the ASIS committee driven by his desire to contribute to the security industry.