ACLEI is required by section 11C of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 to publish a disclosure log on its website. The disclosure log lists information which has been released in response to an FOI access request. This requirement has applied since 1 May 2011.
The disclosure log requirement does not apply to:
- personal information about any person if publication of that information would be ‘unreasonable’;
- information about the business, commercial, financial or professional affairs of any person if publication of that information would be ‘unreasonable’;
- other information covered by a determination made by the Australian Information Commissioner if publication of that information would be ‘unreasonable’, and
- any information if it is not reasonably practicable to publish the information because of the extent of modifications that would need to be made to delete the information listed in the above dot points.
The information described in this register has been released by ACLEI under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 and is available for public access.
A link is provided if the information can be downloaded from this website or another website.
Information that is not available on a website may be obtained by writing to:
Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity
GPO Box 605
Canberra ACT 2601
A charge may be imposed to reimburse ACLEI for the cost incurred in copying or reproducing the information or sending it to you. There will be no charge for the time spent by ACLEI in processing the original FOI request that led to this information being made available. You will be notified if any charge is payable and required to pay the charge before the information is provided.
There may be documents in the disclosure log that are currently not available in html format. If you are unable to read the format provided please contact ACLEI’s FOI Coordinator (details above). We will try to meet all reasonable requests for an alternate format of the document in a timely manner and at the lowest reasonable cost to you.
|FOI reference number||Date of access||FOI request||Information published in the disclosure log||Other information|
|All documents originated by ACLEI (assessments, reports, etc.) as a result of the referral associated with ‘CIN 000188’ and ‘10/74’ and all documents between ACLEI and another agency regarding those matters.||Documents released 11 July 2019||Published 22 July 2019 - access granted to two documents and edited versions of sixteen documents|
|FOI 4/2018 (17/828)||7 September 2017||"Any training documents (classified, unrestricted or lower) or material used to train staff on procedures and guidelines when requesting metadata information."||Documents released 19 October 2017||Published 19 October 2017
2 Documents released in part
|FOI 02/2018 (17/713)||26 September 2017||
"Ten most recent instances where an employee has sought information, advice, guidance, or opinion on their social media use in a private capacity"
|Documents released 26 September 2017||
Published 22 December 2017
|FOI 3/2014 (13/287)||28 August 2013||"ACLEI’s current policies or procedures to deal with claims made for client legal privilege (also known as legal professional privilege) as a consequence of ACLEI exercising coercive information gathering powers"||Documents released 28 August 2013||Published 3 September 2013
2 documents released in part
|FOI 2/2012 (11/286)||29 September 2011||"Correspondence between ACLEI and the Chief Executive of the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) regarding potential integrity concerns, agency weaknesses and systemic issues at the service"||Documents released 29 September 2011||Published 11 October 2011
5 documents released in full and 4 released in part
|FOI 4/2012 (11/416||28 January 2012||Final reports into corruption or alleged corruption for the two-year period between the dates of November 20, 2009 and November 20, 2011.||28 January 2012||Published 6 February 2012
Six documents released in full, 35 released in part.