Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

Overview

Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) is a Commonwealth statutory body working nationally with other federal, state and territory agencies to counter serious and organised crime. ACIC employs approximately 700 individuals and its head office is located in Barton, Australian Capital Territory.

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission is a national criminal agency that collaborates with other federal, state and territory agencies to counter and prevent serious and organised crimes from occurring in Australia.

The ACIC performs a number of important functions, including:

  • Criminal intelligence collection and analysis.
  • Providing advice to the ACIC Board on national criminal intelligence priorities.
  • Providing and maintaining effective and efficient criminal intelligence systems including the Australian Criminal Intelligence Database.
  • Investigating federally relevant criminal activity, and undertaking taskforces as approved by the ACIC Board.

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