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The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission is Australia's national criminal intelligence agency. We work with our state and territory, national and international law enforcement partners to improve the national ability to respond to crime impacting Australia. We do this by: • Connecting - - we are a conduit between states and territories and the Commonwealth for sharing criminal information and intelligence. • Discovering - - we generate and collect, integrate and analyse intelligence about new and emerging, serious and organised crime. • Understanding - - we create a full and enriched national picture of crime. • Responding - - we prevent and disrupt criminal activity and protect police and the community through timely information services and intelligence.

Further information

  • Type of Body

    A. Non Corporate Commonwealth Entity

  • GFS Sector Classification


  • Established By / Under

    Act / Regulation

  • Established By/Under More info

    Australian Crime Commission Act 2002

  • Annual Report Prepared and tabled?


  • Classification

    A. Principal

  • Materiality


  • GFS Function / Sector Reported

    Public Order and Safety

  • PS Act Body

    Yes - Statutory Agency

  • Auditor


  • Creation Date

    1 July 2016

Government appointed boards

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