Crimes fall under the ACA’s Jurisdiction are divided into two main parts:
Crimes of inherent jurisdiction of the Administrative Control Authority include:
1.Crimes of aggression against public funds:
- Taking over and facilitating the takeover of public money.
- Harm to public money, whether intentional or by negligence.
- Fraud in supply contracts.
2.Crimes of Exploiting public office:
- Exploiting influence
3.Crimes of counterfeiting of official documents.
4.Illicit gains crimes.
5.Imprisoning a civil servant or a holder of senior management position to obtain or attempt to obtain any profit or benefit.
6.Crimes relating to the regulation of foreign exchange transactions.
7.Crimes provided for under Law 5 of 2010 on the regulation of human organ transplantation.
8.Crimes provided for under Law No. 64 of 2010 on combating human trafficking.
Crimes that are detected in coordination with some agencies, which in turn, according to their competencies, carry out the detection operations, including the following:
5.Public health crimes.