Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity

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Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity
Statutory agency overview
Formed30 December 2006 (2006-12-30)
JurisdictionCommonwealth of Australia
HeadquartersCanberra, Australian Capital Territory
Employees53 (2018)[1]
Minister responsible

The Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity (ACLEI) is an Australian government statutory agency, created under the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner Act 2006.[2] Its role is to support the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner, detecting and preventing corruption in the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, the Department of Home Affairs (Australia) including the Australian Border Force (ABF), the Australian Federal Police, Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) and aspects of the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.[3]

The minister responsible for the agency is Christian Porter, Attorney-General.[3] ACLEI is headed by an Integrity Commissioner.


Priority is given to investigations of serious and systemic corruption. ACLEI supports the Integrity Commissioner by collecting intelligence regarding corruption. The Integrity Commissioner is required to make recommendation to the federal government regarding improvements to legislation that will prevent corrupt practices or their early detection.[3]

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  1. ^ APS Statistical Bulletin 2017-2018 (Report). Australian Public Service Commission. 30 June 2018.
  2. ^ "Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner Act 2006 - No. 85, 2006 - Compilation No. 22". Commonwealth of Australia. 1 July 2016. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  3. ^ a b c "About ACLEI". Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity. Retrieved 7 October 2018.

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