Executive update

10 December 2018

 

Statement from Rebecca Falkingham, Secretary, Department of Justice and Regulation

I would like to inform you that Marisa De Cicco has left the Department of Justice and Regulation.

Marisa is acknowledged for her public service to the State of Victoria. Marisa has made significant contributions to the State, in areas including emergency management, criminal justice, strategic policy and legislation.

Marisa has most recently held the role of Acting Deputy Secretary, Emergency Management and Acting Chief Executive, Emergency Management Victoria.

I thank Marisa for her service and wish her the best of luck in her future endeavours.

Andrew Minack will commence Tuesday 11 December 2018 as the Acting Chief Executive and Acting Deputy Secretary, Emergency Management Victoria.  Andrew joins us from DPC where he is the Executive Director, Governance.

Statement from Andrew Crisp, Emergency Management Commissioner

I have known Marisa for many years and have always respected her intellect and commitment to public service and our community.

Since starting in my role as Emergency Management Commissioner, I have had the opportunity to work closely with Marisa. I have been impressed with her leadership and tireless efforts here at EMV and across the sector.

EMV remains focused on our work to ensure safer and more resilient communities as we head into summer, in partnership with the sector.

We welcome Andrew Minack to EMV and look forward to working with him.

Statement from Marisa De Cicco

After more than thirty years in public service I am leaving the Department of Justice and Regulations as Acting Deputy Secretary, Emergency Management and Acting Chief Executive, Emergency Management Victoria, in order to pursue other opportunities.

I am very proud of the contributions I have made throughout my public service, particularly in the areas of criminal justice and emergency management.

I wish my colleagues at Emergency Management Victoria, the Department of Justice and Regulation more broadly, and my former colleagues across the public service well.