About the Australian Crime Commission.
The Australian Crime Commission (ACC) is established under the Australian Crime Commission Act 2002 as a statutory authority to combat serious and organised crime. We report directly to the Minister for Home Affairs and are part of the Attorney-General's portfolio.
To ensure the appropriate management and accountability of our operations we are governed by the:
- ACC Board
- Minister for Home Affairs and Justice
- Inter-Governmental Committee on the ACC
- Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement
- more about our CEO Mr John Lawler AM APM
- the ACC's Corporate Video provides further information about the agency's role and responsibilities, its structure and the nature and extent of serious and organised crime
Unite the fight against nationally significant crime.
- Shape the national agenda on fighting serious crime.
- Provide solutions for national serious crime priorities.
- Maintain a leading edge capability in national criminal intelligence and information services.
- Maximise the potential of our people.
- Build highly effective business practices that support our strategy.