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NCJ Number: 152000 Find in a Library
Title: Commonwealth Law Enforcement Board Annual Report 1993-94
Corporate Author: Australia Commonwealth Law Enforcement Board
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 17
Sponsoring Agency: Australia Commonwealth Law Enforcement Board
Parkes Act 2600, Australia
Australian Government Publishing Service
Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia
Sale Source: Australian Government Publishing Service
GPO Box 84
Canberra, ACT 2601,
Type: Report (Annual/Periodic)
Language: English
Country: Australia
Annotation: This report describes the mandate and achievements to date (March 24, 1994, to June 30, 1994) of Australia's Commonwealth Law Enforcement Board (CLEB).
Abstract: The CLEB was established on March 23, 1994, by the Federal Government following consideration of the Report of the Review of Commonwealth Law Enforcement Arrangements (the Review). In creating the CLEB, the Government expects to achieve improved coordination of policy advice, priority setting, and operational relationships among law enforcement agencies. The CLEB consists of the chairperson of the National Crime Authority, the Secretary to the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department, the commissioner of the Australian Federal Police, the chairperson of the Australian Securities Commission, and an executive member. The primary objectives of CLEB are to improve the Government's access to information about law enforcement, to improve the quality of priority-setting decisions, to provide a set of standards to enhance the management and performance of law enforcement agencies, and to facilitate better coordination among agencies. Specific functions of the CLEB are described, and a chart shows Commonwealth law enforcement arrangements. Achievements to date are outlined, and future directions are presented. A financial statement for April, May, and June is included.
Main Term(s): Police planning
Index Term(s): Criminology; Foreign police; Interagency cooperation; Police policies and procedures
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