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Criminal intelligence (CrimInt) is so useful in serious criminal investigations that it’s difficult to envisage a situation where it shouldn’t be sought and used if it’s available.
This special report argues that Australia’s current arrangements for gathering and disseminating CrimInt overseas are suboptimal....
This report analyses serious, transnational and organised crime and the harms it causes to Australia’s interest, with the aim of reinvigorating a discussion of this critical matter amongst Australians.
This web impacts on our national interests to the sum of an...
This report argues that it’s time for the federal cabinet to take a coordinated and strategic look at its law enforcement responsibilities, starting with a review.
Strong international, technological, political and social forces are changing the criminal challenge to Australia. These...
Overview: This report examines a recent proposal to merge the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) and the CrimTrac Agency. There are two distinct—but not irreconcilable—views about this proposal. Reconciling these views will require detailed research about how a merged organisation would benefit all stakeholders—especially the...
This report makes a case for the Commonwealth expanding its role in fighting organised crime, and provides the first detailed analysis of its recent anti-gangs initiatives.
Dr Connery presents an argument for the Commonwealth to take the lead in developing nation-wide capability in this...