Australian athletes will be given security guidance and advice by the Federal Police at Pyeongchang 2018 and Tokyo 2020, it has been announced.
The Australian Paralympic Committee (APC) has signed an agreement with the country's Federal Police to "maximise the safety of Australian Paralympic athletes travelling overseas".
It comes amid rising tension in the Korean Peninsula following a series of missile tests by North Korea in recent months.
The political situation has led to security concerns surrounding next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang.
The deal between the APC and the Federal Police, who provided similar support to Australian Paralympic athletes at London 2012, Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016, will also cover the 2020 Summer Paralympics in the Japanese capital.
"Preparing for the unknown can be a difficult task," Federal Police coordination protections operator Phil Small said.
"But with the right preparation, training, and overall security awareness from the athletes, we are confident we can help them navigate any different environment they face safely.
"As always, there will be differing challenges and requirements in terms of security aspects - Pyeongchang and Tokyo will be no exception.
"The Federal Police is prepared to adapt to those challenges as they present."
APC chief executive Lynne Anderson said the partnership with the Federal Police was a "welcome boost to our future Games preparations".
"We know the APC and Australian Paralympic teams for London 2012, Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016 benefitted immeasurably from the input and support provided by the AFP," she said.
“It is a partnership we believe laid the foundation for excellent campaigns in three complex Games environments where security was a constant concern."