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 make a range of unclassified intelligence products and public submission and corporate documents available to the public.

Our agency works closely with the Australian Institute of Criminology. You can view their publications on their website.


To help inform the public about crime affecting Australia, we make a range of unclassified intelligence products publicly available as unclassified reports, including the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program reports and the Illicit Drug Data Report.

Public submissions

We provide specialist advice to government on a range of topics that intersect with organised crime, information sharing for law enforcement, and criminal justice research.

For more information, see the Public submissions page.

Corporate documents

We publish publicly available corporate documents on our website, including annual reports, strategic plan and corporate plan.

For more information, see the corporate documents page.

Latest publications

Report 18 of the ACIC’s wastewater program covered sampling in August and October 2022. In August, 58 wastewater sites were monitored nationally, covering approximately 57% of the Australian population.

For the year ending 30 June 2022, the following information is reported by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission under section 15LD (1) of the Crimes Act 1914:

Report 17 of the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program covers around 56% of the Australian population, which equates to about 14.1 million people. This is the first report that incorporates population estimates from the 2021 Census, making our estimates of the population being sampled more accurate.