In an effort to make Australia hostile to criminal exploitation, we participate in a wide range of multi-agency task forces. The activities of special ACIC investigations and special ACIC operations are informed by, and contribute to, the work of board-established task forces which the support collaboration of partners seeking to disrupt criminal enterprises through intelligence-led responses. Partners include representatives from law enforcement, the regulatory sector, peak bodies and the private sector.
Our agency's role in these task forces ranges from leading or jointly coordinating, to supporting task forces led by partner agencies.
ACIC Board approved task forces
Joint task forces
The ACIC also cooperates with joint organised crime task forces in Victoria, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland. These task forces investigate, collect intelligence on and disrupt high-risk entities, either domestically or offshore, to reduce the threat of high-risk targets operating regionally and impacting nationally.
In addition to the joint organised crime task forces, we are also a part of the following multi-agency national task forces: