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Crime Interrupted

Author: Casefile Presents

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Crime Interrupted explores some of the biggest and most challenging cases handled by the AFP, Australia’s national policing agency. Presented by Casefile’s host and featuring interviews with the AFP officers and personnel from other domestic and international partners who investigated these crimes, the six-episode series covers cases of human trafficking, counter-terrorism operations, international kidnappings and more.
6 Episodes
Operation Middleham

Operation Middleham


In Operation Middleham, counter-terrorism officers arrested five men in Northern Queensland before they were able to travel overseas to join the Islamic State group and engage in hostile activities.
Operation Okesi

Operation Okesi


Operation Okesi ran for more than two years. The AFP adopted a multi-agency approach to seize hundreds of kilograms of cocaine with an estimated street value of $360 million.
Operation Ascalon

Operation Ascalon


When the AFP was made aware of a sadistic online offender targeting one teenage boy and threatening blackmail, Operation Ascalon kicked into gear. The investigators uncovered a disturbing pattern of behaviour by the offender that quickly lured over a hundred unsuspecting young victims.
Operation Streambank

Operation Streambank


When South Australian farmer Des fell in love with ‘Natacha’ in an online romance scam, he travelled more than 8,000 km to West Africa, facing danger from the moment he arrived. In Operation Streambank we learn how the AFP worked with international partners to get Des back to Australia safely.
Operation Boone

Operation Boone


Operation Boone details the AFP investigation that brought down an offender who created websites to sell stolen usernames and passwords to access multiple online subscriber services. Unsuspecting law-abiding citizens suddenly found their services could be hacked and accessed illegally.
Operation Kitrino

Operation Kitrino


In Operation Kitrino, the AFP investigated a well-established human trafficking syndicate operating within the brothel industry in Melbourne. It took months to locate the syndicate head who was targeting mostly Korean women who found themselves quickly trapped in debt bondage and had no escape. Lured by the opportunity to clear their debt… but at what cost?
Comments (27)


I find this episode hilarious considering Australia's own terroristic and authoritarian behaviors during the whole COVID mess.

Mar 12th
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M J Caine

How desperate for love are these people that they ignore the red flags? He suspected it was a scam but still kept in contact with the fake woman and sent money! Hate to think how much it cost the AFP in wages and time trying to save this fool!

Feb 18th
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Gary Norris

Selling other peoples data, lol which corporation doesn't. $1.6m 21 years old non custodial sentence I think he done well.

Feb 16th


Sorry but this episode is ridiculous.. attempting to make selling Netflix logins sinister and scary.. having the FBI travel to AUS participate in the arrest of a kid who bought username and passwords and built a system to check them against Netflix accounts..

Feb 12th
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