Presentation on theme: "Immigration Intelligence Best Practice Bali Process Ad Hoc Group 8 – 10 February 2012 Theo Kuper Manager Intelligence."— Presentation transcript:
Immigration Intelligence Best Practice Bali Process Ad Hoc Group 8 – 10 February 2012 Theo Kuper Manager Intelligence
Concept Information Sharing Principles INZ Structure & Approach Tasking & Coordination INZ engagement in the Pacific Regional Cooperation Sequence
Concept Operationalising Intelligence in the NZ context is about ensuring that Intelligence appropriately informs all risk management processes – identification, assessment, targeting, profiling, etc Intelligence should also inform INZ decision-making and resource allocation. Intelligence-Led
Information Sharing Principles Prudence & Integrity Organisational Culture Communication mechanism Awareness Legislation Standards
Immigration New Zealand Structure Deputy Chief Executive Visa Services Division Intelligence, Risk & Integrity Division Settlement, Protection & Attraction Division Service Support Division
Intelligence, Risk and Integrity Division As at February 2012 General Manager Intelligence, Risk and Integrity Division Operations Support Group Intelligence & Risk Group Border Operations Group Identity Programmes Group Fraud & Compliance Group
Intelligence & Risk Unit Manager Intelligence & Risk Unit Immigration Intelligence Unit Intelligence Collection & Liaison Unit Risk Assessment Team Pacific Region Immigration Identity Project Client Profiling Unit
IIU Fraud & Compliance IRID Operational Support International Organisations External Agencies Settlement, Protection & Attraction Group Visa Services DOL Policy Border Operations DCE Office Strategic Risk & Intelligence Oversight Intelligence Cycle Intelligence Cycle CRisM RAT ICU Intelligence & Risk Model Intelligence-led Risk Mitigation CPU
Tasking & Coordination Process
Tasking & Coordination Responsibilities Maintain an in depth understanding of the current operating context/environment (political, strategic, operational and financial). Provide governance, leadership and direction to the Division’s operational activities. Link operational activity to specific strategic goals. Identify, prioritise and direct tactical intelligence requirements in support of the Division’s operational activities and wider business requirements. Initiate problem analysis to inform potential initiatives and make decisions on proposals for initiatives made by the Division’s business units and others; and Be responsible for approving the annual Divisional Control Strategy.
A Typical Control Strategy Control Strategy Owner:
INZ Engagement in the Pacific PRIIP/INTEL Capacity Development Programme is aimed at : Pacific Region Immigration Identity Project – Intelligence Officer Training Three years funding to undertake the consolidated phase of PRIIP/INTEL for Pacific Island Immigration, Customs and Police officers. Assisting Pacific Island Countries (PIC) law enforcement agencies to detect, measure, investigate prosecute and prevent the use of identity crime in their jurisdictions. Consolidated phase builds on the work undertaken in the last three years with the objective of ensuring training is enhanced in a sustainable way.
Strengthening Cooperation on Migration and Border Control Management Provide a framework for strengthening cooperation on migration and border control management Areas of Cooperation Bilateral or Multi lateral arrangements