An anticipated report into alcohol and crime problems in Alice Springs is due to be handed to the federal and territory government today.

Arrernte woman Dorrelle Anderson was appointed as Central Australian Regional Controller last week after the PM flew into the Central Australian town to announce emergency measures in response to escalating crime rates and alcohol-fuelled violence.

One of the key questions to be answered is whether Intervention-era blanket alcohol bans could be reinstated in remote communities.

John Paterson from Aboriginal Peak Organisations NT says any approach must engage with Aboriginal-led organisations.