We are excited to announce Keith Moor as an official ambassador for the Terry Floyd Foundation.
Keith Moor is a journalist, born in Newcastle upon Tyne in England with a long career with the newspaper The Herald and its successor The Herald Sun. Keith retired from The Herald Sun in May 2019.
During his long career with The Herald Sun and Weekly Times, Keith covered the search for justice for the victims of Mr Cruel and the murdered school girl Kylie Maybury. He also covered the search for Terry Floyd.
Keith was the Editor of the Melbourne Herald Sun’s Insight investigative unit. Formerly the Melbourne Herald’s Chief Police Reporter and Canberra political correspondent, Keith won the Walkley Award for news reporting in 1986 for his coverage of the kidnap of two Victorian aid workers in Pakistan. He became the Herald Sun’s first Chief of Staff when the newspaper was formed in 1990, then its News Editor and Managing Editor in 1995.
Keith’s journalistic awards include the Melbourne Press Club Quill Award for best print feature in 2000, News Limited Newsbreaker of the Year Award in 2004, News Limited Specialist Writer of the Year Award in 2007 and the 2007 Quill Award for the best deadline report in any medium for his coverage of the arrest of Tony Mokbel.
Keith has written or co-written five books, Crims in Grass Castles-The True Story of Trimbole, Mr Asia and The Disappearance of Donald Mackay (1989), Mugshots 1 (2003), Mugshots 2 (2006), Busted (2016), Mugshots 3 (2018) which covered cases such as the Hoddle Street killer, Julian Knight, the tragic murder of Kylie Maybury and the terror cell formed by a Muslim cleric Abdul Nacer Benbrika. Mugshots 3 also has a chapter on our Terry Floyd.
We are privileged to have Keith as our ambassador. A true gentleman whose support and friendship through the years has been unwavering – a brother figure. Keith has not only written about Terry but has also been a guest speaker at a number of our charity events. Keith is a great asset and we are truly grateful that he has joined the Terry Floyd Foundation.
We are very proud to announce Grace Tobin as an official ambassador for the Terry Floyd Foundation.
Grace Tobin is a journalist originally from Brisbane. She started her career in 2009 as a crime and court reporter in regional Queensland. In 2013, the then 24 year old became a Producer at Nine’s 60 Minutes. Grace currently is a reporter and investigative journalist at the ABC’s current affairs program 7.30.
Grace has twice been nominated for a Walkley Award (Murder at Murphy Creek, 2014 and Where is William, 2016). She was also a finalist in the 2015 and 2016 Kennedy Awards (Indigenous Reporting and Scoop of the Year)
In 2017, reporter Tara Brown, producers Grace Tobin and Sean Power won the Walkley Award for Television/Video Current Affairs Long-form for their special investigation into the death of Matthew Leveson.
Grace is the author of ‘Deal with the Devil: The Death of Matthew Leveson and the Ten-Year Search for the Truth. The story of the Leveson family from the journalist who was closest to them throughout the four year police reinvestigation of Matt’scase.
In 2019 Grace Tobin, Nick McKenzie and Nick Toscana won both the Walkley award and the Business News Quill for ‘Crown Unmasked’.
We are also very proud of Grace and Sean Power’s 60 Minutes story ‘Digging for Answers’ about the search for Terry Floyd.
We are proud to have Grace as our ambassador. She is a true professional and also a caring and compassionate person. Grace is a great asset and we are truly thankful she has joined the Terry Floyd Foundation.
We are privileged to announce Charlie Bezzina as an official ambassador for the Terry Floyd Foundation.
Charlie Bezzina was a top homicide detective for 17 of his 38 years in the Victoria Police, and one of its most respected and celebrated officers. He worked on some of the state’s highest profile criminal cases, including 150 murders – among them the crimes of serial killer Paul Denyer, the killing of Alphonse Gangitano, and the death of David Hookes.
Charlie was awarded four Commendations as an investigator and since retiring from Victoria Police in 2009 he wrote a best-selling auto-biography entitled ‘The Job’.
Charlie is a commentator on radio and television discussing crime, policing and judicial matters. He is a Private Investigator and a Security and Risk Consultant. He led the Investigations Unit of Greyhound Racing Victoria.
He is also Ambassador for the Westgate Blue Ribbon Foundation.
We are privileged to have Charlie as our ambassador. Charlie is a man of integrity who truly loves to give back to the community. He has not only helped with Terry’s case but he has also been a guest speaker at two of our charity events. Charlie is a great asset and we are excited that he has joined the Terry Floyd Foundation.