Former homicide detective, Keynote Speaker & Author
Legendary homicide detective Gary Jubelin has been credited with solving some of the nation’s most horrific crimes. Gary is an in-demand keynote speaker and is sought-after for public and corporate events. Gary has a wealth of knowledge and is an informative communicator, with more than three decades of experience fighting crime.
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Gary Jubelin retired in 2019 with the rank of Detective Chief Inspector after a 34-year career with the NSW Police Force.
During a career which earned him high commendations for policing, he performed duties from covering generalist detective duties to major crime.
These included experience in the Armed Hold-Up Squad, Organised Crime Squad, Gangs Squad, Unsolved Homicide and Homicide Squad. He specialised in the field of homicide investigation for 25 years up until his retirement.
As a homicide detective, Gary Jubelin led some of the largest, most complex, high-profile investigations in New South Wales.
The direction of the investigations, operational decisions, community safety, the arrest and conviction offenders were his mainstream responsibilities.
These included gang land killings, serial murderers, sexually motivated murders, domestic murders, child killers, revenge murders, murderers who tortured their victims, random murders, police shootings, abductions and serial rapists.
Gary Jubelin has been a key figure in solving major crimes for the past three decades gathering a mountain of information based on the methodical and successful processes he employed as a crime investigator.
Since leaving the police force in 2019, Gary Jubelin has been working as a columnist for the Sunday Telegraph, released a best-selling memoir, I Catch Killers, with Harper Collins and hosts a top rating podcast of the same name.