The Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN) is an online reporting tool, which provides access to general education advice, and refers reports to law enforcement and government agencies for further consideration and investigation, where appropriate. The ACORN: - reduces confusion around how and where to report cybercrime - provides a national picture of cybercrime and how it is affecting Australians - streamlines the process of referring cybercrime reports between law enforcement and other relevant government agencies - provides a central point for advice on avoiding cybercrime. The ACORN joint management group - includes membership from each Australian police agency, AGD, ACC, CrimTrac, ACCC, ACMA and ANZPAA, and is responsible for overseeing the ACORN's operation. The ACC chairs this body.
Type of Body
H. Inter Jurisdictional and International Bodies
Established By / Under
Established By/Under More info
National Plan to Combat Cybercrime