Structure, organisations and key people
The Inter-Governmental Committee of the Australian Crime Commission (IGC-ACC):
•oversees the strategic direction of the ACC
•monitors generally the work of the ACC and ACC Board
•receives reports from the ACC Board for transmission to the governments represented on the committee and transmits those reports accordingly.
The IGC-ACC is established under Section 8 of the Australian Crime Commission Act 2002.
The committee also monitors authorisation of the use of coercive powers by the ACC. This includes a power to revoke determinations of the ACC Board that authorise the use of coercive powers.
The Minister for Justice (Chair) and state and territory ministers make up the committee.
Most states and territories have nominated their police ministers as their representatives on the committee.
The committee meets twice a year.
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