Joint media releases
The Queensland Police Service has led a major multi-agency investigation into an international organised crime syndicate linked to the distribution of large quantities of high purity drugs.
A man wanted over the supply of 15kg of illicit drugs will appear in court today charged with eight drug offenses as part of a joint investigation.
A 36-year-old Sydney man is due to face Perth Magistrates Court today (25 July 2019) following an investigation into a money laundering syndicate based out of Sydney.
Four men have been charged and methylamphetamine worth nearly $400 million has been seized after a joint investigation uncovered a drug syndicate operating in NSW.
An ongoing Queensland Joint Organised Crime Taskforce (QJOCTF) investigation has resulted in the arrest of a third man for his alleged involvement in a criminal endeavour to import almost 600 kilograms of cocaine into Australia on 31 July 2018.
WA Police Force has taken the fight against the illicit drug trade across the world under a new strategy that seeks to disrupt the highest levels of organised crime in Western Australia.
Leaders from five international tax organizations met in Washington, DC, this week to mark the one-year anniversary of the formation of the J5 and announce the results from its first year. The meeting coincided with a global cyber training event hosted by the United States at the World Bank.
A criminal syndicate with links inside Sydney Airport has been shut down and three men arrested after Australian authorities discovered illicit drugs were being transported via commercial flights from South Africa.
Australian Border Force, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Transactions and Reporting Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), New South Wales Police Force
Eight men have been charged after detectives investigating terrorism funding uncovered an illicit tobacco importation syndicate operating in Sydney’s south-west.
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, Department of Education and Training, New South Wales Crime Commission, New South Wales Police Force
Detectives investigating family day care fraud have dismantled an alleged criminal syndicate after executing more than 20 search warrants and charging 18 people yesterday.