The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) provides 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. Our specialist capabilities, information and intelligence holdings and research capability enable us to provide a unique perspective, and one of the ways we share this is through public submissions to Parliament and government inquiries.
Before the ACIC was established when the former Australian Crime Commission and CrimTrac agencies merged, the Australian Crime Commission provided public submissions to Parliament and government inquiries.
- Independent National Security Legislation Monitor review into terrorism questioning and detention powers
- Australian Crime Commission Amendment (Criminology Research) Bill 2016 [Provisions]
- Australian Government Productivity Commission - Inquiry into Data Availability and Use
- Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement - Inquiry into crystal methamphetamine (ice) Supplementary submission (AGD portfolio submission)
- Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security - Inquiry into the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2014
- Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee - Inquiry into the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Powers, Offencies and Other Measures) Bill 2015
- Northern Territory 'Ice' Select Committee
- Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement - Inquiry into financial related crime
- Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement - Inquiry into crystal methamphetamine (ice) (AGD portfolio submission)
- Joint Committee on the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity - Inquiry into the integrity of Australia's border arrangements