Structure, organisations and key people
The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission is uniquely equipped to improve the national ability to respond to crime and criminal justice issues impacting Australia. The agency, through its investigative, research and information delivery services, works with law enforcement partners to make a safer Australia that is better connected, informed and capable of responding to crime and criminal justice issues.
We work closely with a broad range of national and international partners to achieve our purpose. Taking account of criminal threats to Australia, and our stakeholder’s needs, we create a national intelligence picture of crime, target serious and organised crime, deliver information capability and services to front line policing and law enforcement, and provide crime and justice research that produces an evidence base for addressing crime in Australia.
We work towards a safer Australia that is better connected, informed and capable of responding to crime and criminal justice issues.
The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission is established under the Australian Crime Commission Act 2002 (Cwlth) (ACC Act). The agency was formerly known as the Australian Crime Commission, and is still known by that name for legal purposes.
For more information visit www.acic.gov.au
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