On 1 July 2016, the Australian Crime Commission and CrimTrac merge to form the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission. The ACIC will provide law enforcement agencies with accurate information and intelligence to respond to emerging criminal and national security threats.

Please note when applying for positions that commence after 1 July 2016, you will be employed by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission.

The Australian Crime Commission employs people from a range of professional disciplines, with the majority comprising Australian Public Servants employed by the Crime Commission in the fields of intelligence, strategic and specialist capabilities and corporate services, and secondees from Commonwealth, State and Territory police agencies and regulatory agencies.

The Australian Crime Commission is committed to merit-based employment in accordance with the Public Service Act 1999.

The Australian Crime Commission participates in the Indigenous Australian Government Development Programme (IAGDP).  


The Australian Crime Commission Recruitment team can be contacted via email, recruitment@crimecommission.gov.au.