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Feds to fund new centralised criminal intelligence hub

by Tajna Biscevic •
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The successful set up of the recently announced intelligence hub to counter child exploitation crime – earmarked for $68.6 million in funding in the upcoming 2018-19 Federal budget – relies on linking up the relevant intelligence capabilities across agencies in the Home Affairs portfolio, as well as other federal, state...

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