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|Date of access||FOI request||Information published in the disclosure log|
|December 2022||Australian Institute of Criminology's estimates briefing pack, (including back pocket briefs) for the 2022 October and November Budget Estimates|
|April 2021||All submissions made in 2018 and 2019 by the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources in adherence to the Commonwealth Fraud Control Framework||April 2021 - Annexure A|
|June 2020||Correspondence relating to the Australian Women's Survey|
|May 2020||Research working papers and project completion of Project No 118||Annexure A
|August 2018||Access to an evaluation conducted by staff at the AIC on the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN)|
|A breakdown by year, for each of the past 15 years, of the number of gunshot victims for the following age brackets: 0-11yrs, 12-15yrs, 16-17yrs, using the National Homicide Monitoring Program dataset.|
|May 2016||Documents relating to the average number of deaths of Aboriginals in NSW, QLD and NT police cells in the last decade.|
|December 2015||Documents relating to the AIC project Mass shootings in Australia and the US|