Multicultural Access and Equity Policy - Respecting Diversity. Improving Responsiveness
Australian Crime Commission
Our vision for Multicultural Access and Equity Policy
State your Agency’s vision for Multicultural Access and Equity Policy and how it relates to your agency
The Australian Crime Commission (ACC) recognises the diversity of the Australian Community and ensures that its operations take account of the unique requirements created by cultural and linguistic diversity.
The National Indigenous Intelligence Task Force (NIITF) is building a national understanding of the nature and extent of violence and child abuse in Indigenous communities. The NIITF was announced in July 2006 as part of a whole‑of‑government response to violence and child abuse in remote, rural and urban Indigenous communities.
This report provides an insight into Serious and Organised Investment Fraud currently affecting Australia. The insights contained in this report are based on the consolidation of open source information which is informed by intelligence collected under Task Force Galilee.
The Fusion Capability was formally launched on 13 July 2010 by the Minister for Home Affairs and Justice, Brendan O’Connor, and the Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, with the official opening of the National Criminal Intelligence Fusion Centre in the Australian Crime Commission’s (ACC) Canberra Office.
The Australian Crime Commission's Reconciliation Action Plan identifies the steps the Commission will take to bridge the gaps between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in areas such as life expectancy and opportunity.