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Encyclopedia > Australian Crime Commission

The Australian Crime Commission (ACC) was established when the Australian Crime Commission Act came into effect on 1 January 2003. The primary objective of the ACC is strengthening the fight against nationally significant crime within Australia, the ACC particularly deals with organized criminal activities.

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Australian Crime Commission (http://www.crimecommission.gov.au/)

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Australasian Centre for Policing Research (1166 words)
Identity crime, which encompasses both “identity fraud” and “identity theft”, is one of the fastest growing crimes and has been referred to as “the crime of the new millennium”.
Organised crime is involved in identity crime and improvements are being and continue to be made to law enforcement, private and public sector community initiatives to combat identity crime.
The Police Commissioners' Conference Australasian Identity Crime Working Party (AICWP), which is chaired by the ACPR and consists of representatives from all Australasian jurisdictions and the Australian Crime Commission, has prepared a detailed workplan to facilitate the coordinated implementation of the Australasian Identity Crime Policing Strategy.
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