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Aliases
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission
Portfolio

Lead Body
No
Employment Arrangements

Annual report prepared under section 46 of the PGPA Act.
Additional annual report requirement
See “Other references to 'annual report' under enabling legislation”
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
No
Enabling legislation references to 'corporate plan'

Outcome #1: To protect Australia from criminal threats through coordinating a strategic response and the collection, assessment and dissemination of intelligence and policing information
# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

The ACIC supports the protection of Australia from criminal threats through developing and coordinating innovative disruption strategies that disable or dismantle criminal groups. The ACIC, through Board-approved special investigations and special operations collects, assesses and disseminates criminal intelligence to improve the national ability to respond to crime affecting Australia. The ACIC provides high-quality national policing information systems and services to commonwealth and law enforcement partners and keeps the community safe through delivery of background checking services to support employment or entitlement decisions

# Program Body Contribution
1.2 Attorney-General's Department Operating Expenses-National Security, Integrity and International Attorney-General's Department

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.

1.1 Federal Policing - Investigations Australian Federal Police

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.

1.1 Security Intelligence Australian Security Intelligence Organisation

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.

1.1 Program 1.1 - Foreign Signals Intelligence, Cyber Security and Offensive Cyber Operations Australian Signals Directorate

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.

1.1 Australian Taxation Office Australian Taxation Office

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.

1.1 AUSTRAC Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.

1.2 National Security and Resilience Department of Home Affairs

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.

1.2 Border Management Department of Home Affairs

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.

1.3 Cyber Security Department of Home Affairs

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.

1.4 Counter Terrorism Department of Home Affairs

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission works collaboratively with law enforcement and national security partners to protect Australia from transnational serious and organised crime, which is a major threat to Australia's sovereignty, security and safety.