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The Integrity Commissioner, supported by the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity (ACLEI), is responsible for preventing, detecting and investigating serious and systemic corruption issues in prescribed Australian Government law enforcement agencies.

The agencies subject to the Integrity Commissioner's jurisdiction are:

  • the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (including the Australian Crime Commission and the former CrimTrac Agency)
  • the Australian Federal Police (including ACT Policing)
  • the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)
  • prescribed aspects of the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources
  • the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (including the Australian Border Force)
  • the former National Crime Authority, and
  • any other Australian Government agency that is prescribed by regulation under the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner Act 2006.

On 1 July 2016, the Australian Crime Commission and CrimTrac Agency combined into one agency, the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission. This new agency remains in the Integrity Commissioner’s jurisdiction.

From time to time, ACLEI may seek applications from talented and motivated individuals to fill various roles. While each staff member has their own primary responsibilities and duties, all ACLEI staff members are expected to be team-focused and to maintain a flexible approach.