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Appendix B: Staffing statistics and executive remuneration

 

Table B1 Ongoing employees by location, 2019–20

 

Male

Female

Indeterminate

Total

Full time

Part time

Total male

Full time

Part time

Total female

Full time

Part time

Total

NSW

685

7

692

202

27

229

0

0

0

921

Qld

323

1

324

136

18

154

1

0

1

479

SA

97

0

97

29

10

39

0

0

0

136

Tas

2

0

2

3

0

3

0

0

0

5

Vic

458

7

465

158

47

205

0

0

0

670

WA

234

3

237

63

11

74

0

0

0

311

ACT

2,026

20

2,046

1,462

261

1,723

3

0

3

3,772

NT

110

0

110

27

0

27

0

0

0

137

Commonwealth territories

15

0

15

7

0

7

0

0

0

22

Overseas

115

0

115

56

0

56

0

0

0

171

Total

4,065

38

4,103

2,143

374

2,517

4

0

4

6,624

 

Table B2 Non-ongoing employees by location, 2019–20

 

Male

Female

Indeterminate

Total

Full time

Part time1

Total male

Full time

Part time1

Total female

Full time

Part time1

Total

NSW

13

5

18

21

8

29

0

0

0

47

Qld

2

1

3

5

4

9

0

0

0

12

SA

0

0

0

2

0

2

0

0

0

2

Tas

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Vic

1

1

2

7

6

13

0

0

0

15

WA

0

1

1

4

3

7

0

0

0

8

ACT

26

31

57

37

21

58

0

0

0

115

NT

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

1

Commonwealth territories

3

3

6

1

0

1

0

0

0

7

Overseas

2

0

2

1

0

1

0

0

0

3

Total

47

42

89

79

42

121

0

0

0

210

1. Casual employees are included in part-time figures.

Table B3 Ongoing employees by location, 2018–19

 

Male

Female

Indeterminate

Total

Full time

Part time

Total male

Full time

Part time

Total female

Full time

Part time

Total

NSW

647

7

654

210

36

246

0

0

0

900

Qld

329

2

331

122

19

141

1

0

1

473

SA

94

0

94

24

11

35

0

0

0

129

Tas

3

0

3

2

0

2

0

0

0

5

Vic

454

8

462

154

49

203

0

0

0

665

WA

224

3

227

61

9

70

1

0

1

298

ACT

2,042

31

2,073

1,380

267

1,647

1

0

1

3,721

NT

67

0

67

19

1

20

0

0

0

87

Commonwealth territories

12

0

12

5

0

5

0

0

0

17

Overseas

141

0

141

72

0

72

0

0

0

213

Total

4,013

51

4,064

2,049

392

2,441

3

0

3

6,508

 

Table B4 Non-ongoing employees by location, 2018–19

 

Male

Female

Indeterminate

Total

Full time

Part time1

Total male

Full time

Part time1

Total female

Full time

Part time1

Total

NSW

11

0

11

11

3

14

0

0

0

25

Qld

0

0

0

5

0

5

0

0

0

5

SA

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

1

Tas

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Vic

3

0

3

4

0

4

0

0

0

7

WA

0

0

0

2

1

3

0

0

0

3

ACT

36

8

44

50

10

60

0

0

0

104

NT

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

1

Commonwealth Territories

2

3

5

1

0

1

0

0

0

6

Overseas

3

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

Total

55

11

66

74

15

89

0

0

0

155

1. Casual employees are included in part-time figures.

Table B5 Remuneration for key management personnel

 

Short‑term benefits

Post‑employment benefits

Other long‑term benefits

 

Name

Position title1

Base salary2

Bonuses

Other benefits and allowances3

Superannuation contributions4

Long service leave5

Other long‑term benefits

Termination benefits6

Total remuneration7

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Reece Kershaw8

Commissioner

521,675

-

4,004

66,635

11,657

-

-

603,971

Andrew Colvin9

Commissioner

162,907

-

201

18,582

3,974

-

-

185,664

Darren Box10

Chief Operating Officer

160,338

-

6,436

26,819

3,730

-

-

197,323

Suzanne Bird11

Chief Operating Officer

188,230

-

10,467

29,746

4,543

-

340,344

573,330

Raymond Johnson12

Chief Police Officer

72,695

-

13,713

40,642

6,056

-

279,239

412,345

Neil Gaughan13

Chief Police Officer

40,717

-

-

6,289

980

-

-

47,986

Ian McCartney14

Deputy Commissioner Investigations

191,610

-

4,931

28,747

4,543

-

-

229,831

Lesa Gale15

Deputy Commissioner Investigations

42,652

-

5,243

6,330

985

-

-

55,210

Leanne Close16

Deputy Commissioner Investigations

201,295

-

5,258

24,492

3,918

-

-

234,963

Brett Pointing17

Deputy Commissioner Operations

159,000

-

-

22,976

3,567

-

-

185,543

Lesa Gale18

Deputy Commissioner Operations

25,738

-

3,164

3,820

594

-

-

33,316

Neil Gaughan19

Deputy Commissioner Operations

297,972

-

-

46,024

7,173

-

-

351,169

Karl Kent20

Deputy Commissioner Specialist & Support Operations

273,921

-

13,579

44,354

6,628

-

-

338,482

Simon Walsh21

Deputy Commissioner Specialist & Support Operations

72,058

-

249

10,887

1,759

-

-

84,953

Ramzi Jabbour22

Deputy Commissioner Specialist & Support Operations

52,210

-

791

4,037

884

-

-

57,922

Total

 

2,463,018

-

68,036

380,380

60,991

-

619,583

3,592,008

1. The AFP has determined the key management personnel (KMP) to be the Commissioner, Deputy Commissioners, Chief Police Officer, and Chief Operating Officer, and any other members of the AFP Executive Board. Included are individuals who have acted in a KMP role for a continuous period of 30 days or more, or departed prior to reporting date. Details of Senior Executive Service employment arrangements can be found in Chapter 4.

2. Base salary includes salary paid and accrued, annual leave accrued and higher duties allowances.

3. Other benefits and allowances includes non-monetary benefits included in the Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) Return for the year ended 31 March 2020 such as the provision of motor vehicle benefits. It also includes a health and fitness allowance, and associated FBT.

4. For individuals in a defined contribution scheme (for example Public Sector Superannuation accumulation plan (PSSap) and super choice), superannuation includes superannuation contribution amounts. For individuals in a defined benefit scheme (for example Public Superannuation Scheme (PSS) and Commonwealth Superannuation Scheme (CSS)), superannuation includes the relevant Notional Employer Contribution Rate and the Employer Productivity Superannuation Contribution.

5. Long service leave comprises the amount of leave accrued.

6. Termination benefits are payments that may be made in relation to the cessation of a KMP position from the AFP.

7. Total remuneration is calculated on an accrual basis in accordance with AASB 119 Employee Benefits with the exception of superannuation and non-monetary benefits. This means that there are differences between remuneration determined by the Remuneration Tribunal and the remuneration disclosed in the table.

8. Commenced KMP role in October 2019.

9. Ceased KMP role in October 2019.

10. Includes remuneration while acting in KMP role.

11. Ceased KMP role in January 2020.

12. Ceased KMP role in May 2020.

13. Commenced KMP role in May 2020.

14. Commenced KMP role in October 2019.

15. Includes remuneration while acting in KMP role.

16. Ceased KMP role in December 2019.

17. Commenced KMP role in January 2020.

18. Includes remuneration while acting in KMP role.

19. Ceased KMP role in May 2020.

20. Commenced KMP role in October 2019. For the period July 2019 to October 2019, Karl Kent (Deputy Commissioner Transnational Serious and Organised Crime) is included in the Home Affairs KMP remuneration tables, and has been excluded from AFP figures to avoid duplication.

21. Includes remuneration while acting in KMP role.

22. Ceased KMP role in August 2019.

Table B6 Remuneration for senior executives

 

Short‑term benefits

Post‑employment benefits

Other long‑term benefits

Termination benefits

Total remuneration

Total remuneration bands

Number of senior executives (a)

Average base salary (b)

Average bonuses

Average other benefits and allowances (c)

Average superannuation contributions (d)

Average long service leave (e)

Average other long‑term benefits

Average termination benefits (f)

Average total remuneration (g)

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$0-$220,000

25

92,247

-

5,931

18,807

5,890

-

3,192

126,067

$220,001-$245,000

8

198,240

-

3,428

30,489

5,410

-

711

238,278

$245,001-$270,000

17

210,628

-

5,568

34,913

5,310

-

491

256,910

$270,001-$295,000

18

225,595

-

11,588

36,692

5,636

-

1,009

280,520

$295,001-$320,000

7

227,685

-

12,820

35,782

5,756

-

22,280

304,843

$320,001-$345,000

6

267,097

-

15,849

43,991

6,752

-

-

333,689

$345,001-$370,000

3

227,875

-

26,626

34,884

6,133

-

65,613

361,131

$370,001-$395,000

1

294,052

-

29,766

44,840

7,261

-

-

375,919

$420,001-$445,000

1

293,469

-

79,565

45,897

7,119

-

-

426,050

a) Senior executives comprises AFP employees declared Band 1, 2 or 3 senior executive in accordance with section 25 of the AFP Act 1979 who are not substantive KMP. Included are individuals who have acted in a Senior Executive Service (SES) role for a continuous period of 30 days or more. Details of SES employment arrangements can be found in Chapter 4.

b) Base salary includes salary paid and accrued, annual leave accrued and higher duties allowances.

c) Other benefits and allowances includes overseas living allowances, non-monetary benefits included in the FBT Return for the year ended 31 March 2020 such as the provision of motor vehicle benefits, accommodation and utilities whilst posted overseas, and associated FBT. Employees posted overseas reside in Commonwealth leased or owned residences at the expense of the AFP and the benefit value is not received by the individual as direct remuneration.

d) For individuals in a defined contribution scheme (for example PSSap and super choice), superannuation includes superannuation contribution amounts. For individuals in a defined benefit scheme (for example PSS and CSS), superannuation includes the relevant Notional Employer Contribution Rate and the Employer Productivity Superannuation Contribution.

e) Long service leave comprises the amount of leave accrued.

f) Termination benefits are payments that may be made in relation to the cessation of a position from the AFP.

g) Total remuneration is calculated on an accrual basis in accordance with AASB 119 Employee Benefits with the exception of superannuation and non-monetary benefits.

Table B7 Remuneration for other highly paid staff

 

Short‑term benefits

Post‑employment benefits

Other long‑term benefits

Termination benefits

Total remuneration

Total remuneration bands

Number of other highly paid staff (a)

Average base salary(b)

Average bonuses

Average other benefits and allowance (c)

Average superannuation contribution (d)

Average long service leave (e)

Average other long‑term benefits

Average termination benefits (f)

Average total remuneration (g)

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$225,001 – $250,000

74

198,797

-

3,328

27,851

4,862

-

3,690

238,528

$250,001 – $275,000

29

204,455

-

9,230

29,208

5,340

-

10,566

258,800

a) Other highly paid staff include staff who are neither KMP nor substantive senior executives and whose total remuneration for the reporting period exceeds $225,000. Details of SES employment arrangements can be found in Chapter 4.

b) Base salary includes salary paid and accrued, annual leave accrued and higher duties allowances.

c) Other benefits and allowances includes overseas living allowances, non-monetary benefits included in the FBT Return for the year ended 31 March 2020 such as the provision of motor vehicle benefits, accommodation and utilities whilst posted overseas. It also includes associated FBT. Employees posted overseas reside in Commonwealth leased or owned residences at the expense of the AFP and the benefit value is not received by the individual as direct remuneration.

d) For individuals in a defined contribution scheme (for example PSSap and super choice), superannuation includes superannuation contribution amounts. For individuals in a defined benefit scheme (for example PSS and CSS), superannuation includes the relevant Notional Employer Contribution Rate and the Employer Productivity Superannuation Contribution.

e) Long service leave comprises the amount of leave accrued.

f) Termination benefits are payments that may be made in relation to the cessation of a position from the AFP.

g) Total remuneration is calculated on an accrual basis in accordance with AASB 119 Employee Benefits with the exception of superannuation and non-monetary benefits.