State police

Roles & responsibilities

What are the roles of police?

police offerers play a role in the law enforcing system. They monitor criminal activities taking part in there state or community.police will often make arrests, give tickets, investigate crimes and testify in courts.

What are the responsibility of police?

police responsibilities are simple they have to make the community safe and protect it thought the law, they also have try to prevent criminal acts and provide assistance in personal emergencies

News article

Tuesday, 03 May 2016 03:09:56 AM

Police have established a crime scene following the stabbing of a man in Claymore overnight.


Shortly after 1.30am (Tuesday 3 May 2016), emergency services were called to a home on Preston Way following reports of a stabbing.


On arrival officers located a man inside the home, believed to be aged in his late twenties, suffering a number of stab wounds.


He was treated at the scene before being taken to Liverpool Hospital where he remains in a serious condition.


Detectives from Macquarie Fields Local Area Command have been called to the home and will continue the investigation.

AFP (Australia Federal Police)

what the role of the AFP?

The role of the AFP is to Protect the federal-government and national interest and enforce federal criminal law in Australia and overseas

What are the responsibilities for the AFP?

The responsibilities for the AFP are to improve safety and providing a secure regional and global environment.

News article on the AFP

ASIO (Australian Security Intelligence Organisation)

Whats the ASIO role?

there roles are to spy and gather information about Australia security

What the ASIO responsibility?

There responsibility is to tell the Australian government anything they find

ASIO NEWS article

Australia Customs and Border protection serves

Role of this agency

there simple form is to protect Australia security through the Borders and air ways

responsibilities of this agency

This agencies responsible for managing the security and integrity of the Australian border.

NEWS article

Australian Border Force smashes tobacco smuggling ring

28-04-2016 - 28 April 2016

The Australian Border Force’s (ABF) Tobacco Strike Team and the Australian Federal Police led multi-agency Criminal Assets Confiscation Taskforce (CACT) has this week dismantled another tobacco smuggling syndicate following an operation in Melbourne.

The Tobacco Strike Team executed search warrants in Bundoora, Campbellfield, Tullamarine and in the Melbourne CBD, seizing 13 million smuggled cigarettes, more than eight tonnes of loose leaf tobacco and $1.7 million in cash.

During this investigation the Criminal Assets Confiscation Taskforce also restrained a motor vehicle worth more than $290,000 and a number of bank accounts containing over $614,000.

Assistant Commissioner Wayne Buchhorn said the ABF has successfully uncovered another significant tobacco smuggling network with nationwide distribution connections.

“The ABF’s Tobacco Strike Team suspects that this syndicate may have evaded up to $45 million in duty and taxes payable on imported tobacco products, in the past 12 months,” Assistant Commissioner Buchhorn said.

“The ABF will continue to work in collaboration with law enforcement partners and industry to disrupt the supply of illicit tobacco and dismantle the criminal syndicates behind it.

“The establishment of the Tobacco Strike Team in October last year demonstrates the ABF’s focus on and commitment to reducing illicit tobacco trade in Australia and these results reinforce this.”