The National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program will provide leading-edge, coordinated national research and intelligence on illicit drugs and licit drugs that can be abused, with a specific focus on methylamphetamine and 12 other substances.
In support of our vision to create a safer Australia that is better connected, informed and capable of responding to crime and criminal justice issues, we produce a range of unclassified intelligence products available to the public. We also publish unclassified public submissions and freedom of information holdings.
Our corporate publications are available under About us.
To view publications from the Australian Institute of Criminology, go to http://aic.gov.au/publications.html
In support of our work to inform the public about crime affecting Australia, we make a range of unclassified intelligence products publicly available, including strategic assessments.
For more information, visit the Intelligence Products page.
Unclassified Public Submissions
We provide specialist advice to government on a range of topics that intersect with organised crime, information sharing for law enforcement as well as criminal justice research.
For more information, visit the Unclassified Public Submissions page.
Freedom of Information
We make a range of information available for public access.
For more information, visit the Freedom of Information page.