National security is all about keeping Australians safe and secure. PM&C helps the Prime Minister and the Government to make decisions on national security issues. The National Security Division of PM&C advises the Prime Minister on how to deal with threats to the nation’s security. We help the government make decisions on protecting Australia’s borders and preventing organised crime. We advise on defence strategies and responding to major security crises. We also advise the Prime Minister and Cabinet Secretary on national security policy issues considered in Cabinet meetings. The Office of the Counter-Terrorism Coordinator oversees all efforts to prevent and counter terrorism in Australia. It advises on the full spectrum of counter-terrorism issues from challenging extremist ideologies through to effective response and recovery in the event of a terrorist attack. The National Security Division and the OCTC anticipate Australia’s security challenges and develop policies to deal with them. We work closely with state and territory governments, other government departments, law enforcement and crisis management agencies, and the private sector to keep Australia safe and secure. Information Sharing and Intelligence Division ensures that Australia’s national security agencies share information with the right people securely and at the right time. We also advise the Prime Minister and the Cabinet on: intelligence policy issues national intelligence priorities evaluation of national intelligence outcomes intelligence related legislation. Current Threat Environment The National Terrorism Threat Advisory System informs the public about the likelihood of a terrorist act occurring in Australia. It also assists government leaders and security officials in planning for, and responding to, terrorism. For information on the current threat level see the National Terrorism Threat Advisory System web page. Independent National Security Legislation Monitor The Independent National Security Legislation Monitor (INSLM) is appointed under the Independent National Security Legislation Monitor Act 2010 (the Act). The INSLM’s role is to review the operation, effectiveness and implications of Australia’s counter-terrorism and national security legislation. australian national security
National Security CampaignThe campaign, ‘If it doesn’t add up, speak up,’ targets all Australians to remind us that everyone can help keep Australia safe by calling the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness amongst all communities of the need to be vigilant, to note suspicious activity, and to report it to the National Security Hotline. Calls to the Hotline have already contributed to investigations and initiated new ones. Find out more on the national security campaign page.
The campaign, ‘If it doesn’t add up, speak up,’ targets all Australians to remind us that everyone can help keep Australia safe by calling the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness amongst all communities of the need to be vigilant, to note suspicious activity, and to report it to the National Security Hotline. Calls to the Hotline have already contributed to investigations and initiated new ones. Find out more on the national security campaign page.
Those familiar with Australia’s evolving national security priorities will recognise much of the policy and language in the theoretical foundation for the white paper. The values of rule of law, democracy, freedom of speech, and open society firmly announce Australia’s ideological position at a time when these principles and institutions are under attack. Just how to articulate Australian values has been an issue of ongoing debate in relation to countering violent extremism. From a national policy point of view, the answer is now provided in this key policy document. But these values also provide the basis for dealing with the broad array of political, social, economic and environmental matters of interest to Australia.https://www.nationalsecurity.gov.au
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