The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) has commissioned The University of Queensland, and through it the University of South Australia, to undertake the data collection and analysis
To help inform the public about crime affecting Australia, we make a range of unclassified intelligence products publicly available as unclassified reports, including:
In its 16th year, the Illicit Drug Data Report 2017–18 provides an authoritative picture of illicit drugs in Australia. It continues to inform policy and operational decisions across government, industry and the not-for-profit sector and focuses efforts to reduce the impact of illicit drugs on our communities.
The National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program is a key initiative in establishing an objective evidence base on illicit drug use.
The sixth National Wastewater Drug Monitoring program report reflects a further evolution of the program and for the first time reports nationally on cannabis consumption.
Our Illicit Drug Data Report (IDDR) informs Australia’s understanding of the illicit drug threat.
The National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program is a key initiative in establishing an objective evidence base on illicit drug use and the level of use of a number of legitimate substances.
The National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program provides leading-edge, coordinated national research and intelligence on illicit drugs and licit drugs that can be abused, with a specific focus on methylamphetamine and other substances.
Our Serious Financial Crime in Australia 2017 report provides a national picture of serious financial crime currently impacting the Australian community.
Our Illicit Drug Data Report (IDDR) informs Australia’s understanding of the illicit drug threat and focuses collective efforts by bringing together data from a wide range of sources.