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Aliases
Australian Federal Police
Portfolio

Annual report prepared under section 46 of the PGPA Act.
Additional annual report requirement
Yes
Other requirements and references to ‘annual report’ under the enabling legislation

Section 35 of the PGPA Act applies
Yes
Section 35(3) of the PGPA Act applies
Yes

Outcome #1: Reduce criminal and national security threats to Australia's collective economic and societal interests through cooperative national and international policing services, primarily focused on the prevention, detection, disruption, investigation and prosecution of criminal activity.
# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Federal Policing - Investigations Australian Federal Police

- ACT Community Policing The AFP provides community policing services in the Australian Capital Territory, which deliver in partnership with government and community agencies support for: enforcement of the law, emergency management and community safety; efforts to counter victim-based crime and road trauma, building community resilience against crime and working with the community to prevent and disrupt crime

# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Attorney-General's Department Operating Expenses- Legal Services and Families Attorney-General's Department

The AFP relies on ATO intelligence and expertise for investigations, policy and taskforces combating serious financial crimes and its harm.

1.2 Attorney-General's Department Operating Expenses-National Security, Integrity and International Attorney-General's Department

The AFP works closely with the Attorney-General's Department on law enforcement and national security policy, and on the coordination of major events. Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC)

1.1 AUSTRAC Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)

The AFP relies on foreign policy and engagement through DFAT to shape its offshore programs. In other ways, DFAT's system of offshore representation and protocols, as well as processes for managing passports and Australian's safety offshore influences AFP methods of engagement with partners at Post.

1.1 Border Enforcement Department of Home Affairs

AFP works closely with members of the Home Affairs Portfolio to protect Australia from national security and criminal threats, and support national resilience, through effective national coordination, policy and strategy development, and regional cooperation.

1.2 National Security and Resilience Department of Home Affairs

AFP works closely with members of the Home Affairs Portfolio to protect Australia from national security and criminal threats, and support national resilience, through effective national coordination, policy and strategy development, and regional cooperation.

1.4 Counter Terrorism Department of Home Affairs

AFP works closely with members of the Home Affairs Portfolio to protect Australia from national security and criminal threats, and support national resilience, through effective national coordination, policy and strategy development, and regional cooperation.

1.5 Regional Cooperation Department of Home Affairs

AFP works closely with members of the Home Affairs Portfolio to protect Australia from national security and criminal threats, and support national resilience, through effective national coordination, policy and strategy development, and regional cooperation.

1.1 An independent service to prosecute alleged offences against the criminal law of the Commonwealth. Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

The OSI will work with the AFP to investigate the commission of criminal offences under Australian law arising from or related to any breaches of the Laws of Armed Conflict by members of the Australian Defence Force in Afghanistan from 2005 to 2016.

Outcome #3: Safeguarding Australians and Australian interests through the delivery of policing services primarily focused on protective services, aviation policing and international missions.
# Program Body Contribution
3.1 Specialist Protective Services Australian Federal Police

This program provides police-based protective services to enhance: the rule of law, national stability, workings of key institutions; international relations, national security at designated airports, high profile residential and dignitary locations, specialised events, and protection for official persons

3.2 International Police Assistance and External Territories Australian Federal Police

This program provides a range of policing and/or policing support services to deliver community policing for external Australian territories and build offshore police agencies' engagement and capabilities to combat transnational and local crime

# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Attorney-General's Department Operating Expenses- Legal Services and Families Attorney-General's Department

The AFP engages with Defence in offshore response, international missions and external territories policing.

1.2 Attorney-General's Department Operating Expenses-National Security, Integrity and International Attorney-General's Department

The AFP engages with the Attorney-General's department to implement security arrangements for Australian High Office Holders and through partnering to build capacity of Pacific police and relevant Pacific agencies to combat crime. Department of Defence (Defence)

1.1 Border Enforcement Department of Home Affairs

The AFP provide: aviation protection at major Australian airports, policing Australia's external territories (e.g. Christmas Island), assistance towards the maintenance of regional peace and security, and offshore engagement with, and capability support to, offshore police agencies to counter diverse transnational organised crime and associated illicit trades and harms, terrorism and cyber threats targeting Australia's security and Australian economic and social interests.

1.2 National Security and Resilience Department of Home Affairs

The AFP provide: aviation protection at major Australian airports, policing Australia's external territories (e.g. Christmas Island), assistance towards the maintenance of regional peace and security, and offshore engagement with, and capability support to, offshore police agencies to counter diverse transnational organised crime and associated illicit trades and harms, terrorism and cyber threats targeting Australia's security and Australian economic and social interests.

1.4 Counter Terrorism Department of Home Affairs

The AFP provide: aviation protection at major Australian airports, policing Australia's external territories (e.g. Christmas Island), assistance towards the maintenance of regional peace and security, and offshore engagement with, and capability support to, offshore police agencies to counter diverse transnational organised crime and associated illicit trades and harms, terrorism and cyber threats targeting Australia's security and Australian economic and social interests.

1.5 Regional Cooperation Department of Home Affairs

The AFP provide: aviation protection at major Australian airports, policing Australia's external territories (e.g. Christmas Island), assistance towards the maintenance of regional peace and security, and offshore engagement with, and capability support to, offshore police agencies to counter diverse transnational organised crime and associated illicit trades and harms, terrorism and cyber threats targeting Australia's security and Australian economic and social interests.