The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) releases a number of annual reports each year for tabling in Parliament.
Portfolio Budget Statements
The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) was transferred to the Home Affairs Portfolio on 20 December 2017, under the Administrative Arrangement Order of establishing the new Home Affairs Portfolio. The 2018-19 Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS) can be found on the Department of Home Affairs website.
The ACIC is the result of the merger between the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) and CrimTrac on 1 July 2016. The PBS for previous financial years can be found on the Attorney-General’s Department website.
The foundation Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission Strategic Plan 2016-21 has been endorsed by the Board at the July 2016 meeting. The plan articulates the context for the ACIC, how it was formed and why. It describes the approach it will take to achieve its purpose, the functions it will now deliver and the strategic objectives it will focus on for the five years of the plan.
The plan forms a keystone to the ACIC Planning Framework which ensures we deliver against the strategic objectives to achieve our purpose.
The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission Corporate Plan 2017–18 to 2020–21 is the ACIC’s principal planning document and describes how the agency intends to achieve its purpose.
It has been informed by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission Strategic Plan 2016–21 and was developed in accordance with the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.
The plan describes the criminal, stakeholder and governance environment in which the ACIC operates, recognising the factors that impact on the delivery of the agency’s purpose. It identifies challenges, opportunities and expected changes, and explains how the agency will respond. Plans to develop agency capabilities and managing risk are also specified.
The priorities for this year have been made clear and the agency’s planned performance for the next four years has been outlined.
Previous corporate plans, including for the ACC and CrimTrac, are below.
The ACIC has developed a number of strategies and plans to build and develop a workforce within the agency that embraces diversity, be it on the basis of gender, age, culture, religion, language or personal circumstances.
View the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission’s workplace diversity strategies and plans.
Statement of integrity in business practice and procurement
The statement of integrity in business practice and procurement articulates the core values, mutual obligations and ethical standards expected of agency staff as well as clients, stakeholders, contractors and service providers when dealing with the ACIC.
Compliance with this statement is fundamental to maintaining a transparent, fair and honest business relationship. All ACIC staff, clients, stakeholders, contractors and service providers are expected to comply with this statement while providing services for or interacting and undertaking business with the agency.