Fresh details have emerged around the death of an Australian Border Force officer on a vessel in the Torres Strait.
The June incident is now the subject of a coronial investigation and the ABF is working with Queensland Police and Comcare in their inquiries.
Documents released to AAP under freedom of information laws have revealed the name of the vessel - ABFC Storm Bay.
ABF Commissioner Michael Outram said on the day of the incident the officer's details would not be released out of respect for the family's privacy.
The documents showed Storm Bay's commanding officer notified Maritime Border Command operations at 3.50am on June 19 that "one of their crew members was found deceased".
The commanding officer was directed to secure the scene and head towards Thursday Island "where further arrangements and investigations will be undertaken in conjunction with Queensland police".
The Storm Bay berthed at Thursday Island jetty about 12.10pm and reported all other crew as being safe.
Next of kin were notified and a service chaplain attended them.
Senior officials, counsellors and psychologists were quickly deployed to the island, as well as a replacement crew.
The incident generated a flurry of activity including the rollout of employee assistance measures in Canberra, Cairns, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Fremantle, Perth and Darwin, as well as Thursday Island.
An all-staff message went out to highlight support options.
ABF officials liaised with Queensland, ACT and federal police.
AAP sought further documents, but was refused on the grounds that sifting through the 1850 relevant emails and documents produced in the week immediately after the incident would be too onerous for the agency.