Meet the Team
The Directors of the ASPIRE Traffic Offenders Program have a combined 70 years experience in policing and education. Throughout Mark and Andrews' careers they have seen too much carnage on the roads and are passionate about getting the road toll 'Towards Zero'.
With their extensive experience and passion, Mark and Andrew prove to be a specialised team that produce great results for their Students.
Mark McDonald B.POL (Inv), G.C.U.L.T

Mark is a 27 year retired NSW Police Officer, 23 as a Detective, working in south-western Sydney and stints in Homicide & Drug Units and Task Forces.  Mark extended his work into Education which included presenting a Case Study for 6 years at the NSWP Homicide Course, Lecturing and Curriculum Design at NSW Police Academy for 10 years. Duties included teaching policing students the law and policy regarding Traffic, Investigations, Law and Ethics. 

Mark now teaches Policing and Social Science at WSU, Bankstown and Nirimba campuses.

Andrew McDonald Cert. IV
Andrew McDonald Cert. IV

Andrew is a 30 year retired NSW Police Officer attaining the rank of Sergeant retiring in 2016. He worked in Western Sydney Commands predominantly in General Duties. Andrew has a sound knowledge of road rules and has a passion for road safety having taught it to students at many schools in the 2000's as a Crime Prevention Officer.

Andrew is also a licenced driving instructor and continues to teach young people about the inherent dangers whilst driving, often relaying stories to young persons in his time in the Police.