The new head of the Australian Federal Police has launched a 100-day review to ensure the force is "fit for purpose".
Reece Kershaw wants to ensure operations "better align" with the AFP's purpose and priorities, as well as stakeholder expectations.
"This will involve reorganising our structure and streamlining our processes," Mr Kershaw told a Senate Estimates hearing in Canberra on Monday.
"I also aim to improve our internal business processes and ensure the placement of staff align with a renewed operational model."
Mr Kershaw also outlined four "highlights" for the AFP in the past financial year.
* 502 people arrested for Commonwealth offences;
* Six people charged in connection with terror investigations;
* 40 tonnes of illicit drugs seized by overseas police with assistance from the AFP; and
* 14.9 tonnes of illicit drugs and precursors seized at the border or in Australia.
The AFP will receive an extra $112 million in federal government funding this financial year.
Mr Kershaw said the cash injection would provide budget certainty for the force.
"We will continue to work on long-term sustainable funding models to achieve the objectives of sustainability and flexibility," he told the committee.