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Task forces

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission participates in a wide range of formal and informal task forces, including multi-agency Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission Board-approved task forces.

Multi-agency task forces can involve a broad range of partners working together to disrupt criminal enterprises through intelligence-led responses. Partners may include representatives from the following law enforcement, the regulatory sector, peak bodies and the private sector.

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission’s role in multi-agency task forces ranges from leading or jointly coordinating, to supporting task forces led by partner agencies.

Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network

The Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (the ACORN) is a national policing initiative of the Commonwealth, state and territory governments that allows the public to securely report instances of cybercrime and recognise and avoid common types of cybercrime.

For more information, view the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network page.

Eligo 2 National Task Force

The Eligo 2 National Task Force (Eligo 2) aims to disrupt high priority international and domestic money laundering operators. The objective of this task force is to take coordinated collective action against money launderers to reduce their adverse impact on Australia and its national economic well being.

For more information, view the Eligo 2 National Task Force page.

Australian Gangs Intelligence Coordination Centre

The Australian Gangs Intelligence Coordination Centre is an initiative that is building the intelligence picture around known gangs.

For more information, view the Australian Gangs Intelligence Coordination Centre page.

National Criminal Intelligence Fusion Capability

The National Criminal Intelligence Fusion Capability brings together subject matter experts, investigators, analysts, data and tools from a range of government agencies to build the intelligence picture to respond to serious and organised criminal threats.

For more information, view the National Criminal Intelligence Fusion Capability page.

Criminal Assets Confiscation Taskforce

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission is part of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Taskforce (CACT). The CACT is a Commonwealth initiative dedicated to taking the profit out of crime by targeting criminals and their assets derived from unexplained wealth.

For more information, view the Criminal Assets and Confiscation Taskforce page.

Commonwealth Serious Financial Crime Taskforce

The Commonwealth Serious Financial Crime Taskforce (SFCT) is a multi-agency taskforce that forms part of the Australian Federal Police led Fraud and Anti-Corruption Centre. The taskforce brings together the knowledge, resources and experiences of federal law enforcement and regulatory agencies to identify and address serious and complex financial crimes. 

For more information, view the Commonwealth Serious Financial Crime Taskforce page.

National Taskforce Morpheus

National Taskforce Morpheus (Morpheus) is a joint initiative of all law enforcement agencies, with a broader focus on all Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs that pose a risk to our community. The previous strategic assessments in this area assisted Morpheus to focus on the highest risk Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs. 

For more information, view the National Taskforce Morpheus page.

Last updated
10 August 2016