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02/12/05 Intelligence Branch CANADA-US TRANSPORTATION BORDER WORKING GROUP DECEMBER 5 TH, 2002 VANCOUVER, B.C.

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1 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch CANADA-US TRANSPORTATION BORDER WORKING GROUP DECEMBER 5 TH, 2002 VANCOUVER, B.C.

2 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Overview of Presentation u Transportation Security u The three “I”s of Border Security u Challenges to the Smart Border Action Plan

3 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Transportation - Target of Choice %20%

4 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Increase of 25% in Violent Acts Against Transportation Every Year

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8 02/12/05 Latest Trends Internationalterroristincidents Latest Trends International terrorist incidents 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1, Casualties (dead & wounded) Incidents

9 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Identity Integrity Intelligence

10 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Identity

11 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Transport Canada Automated Fingerprint Identification System TCAFIS The Future This presentation will probably involve audience discussion, which will create action items. Use PowerPoint to keep track of these action items during your presentation In Slide Show, click on the right mouse button Select “Meeting Minder” Select the “Action Items” tab Type in action items as they come up Click OK to dismiss this box This will automatically create an Action Item slide at the end of your presentation with your points entered.

12 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch TCAFIS OBJECTIVE u To electronically collect fingerprints, descriptor data, facial images and applicant documents u To electronically submit fingerprints and applicant descriptor data to the RCMP u To electronically receive criminal records

13 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch TCAFIS Basic Search Workflow 2) HQ Intelligence Branch 1) Tenprint Card Entry 4)TC/SRCCS * Security Reliability Clearance Control System (SRCCS) 1) Livescan Entry 3) National Police Services Database

14 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch TCAFIS INTEROPERABILITY For Transport Canada:  Civil applications For police agencies  Criminal transactions & criminal record inquiries  Civil applications For CIC: For CIC: Refugee, criminal transactions & criminal record inquiriesRefugee, criminal transactions & criminal record inquiries Civil applicationsCivil applications

15 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Biometrics Fingerprints Iris Scan Voice Recognition Capillary Patterns Facial Recognition

16 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Integrity

17 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Authentication– Right card, right holder Validation – Valid card Repudiation – Bad card, bad holder This presentation will probably involve audience discussion, which will create action items. Use PowerPoint to keep track of these action items during your presentation In Slide Show, click on the right mouse button Select “Meeting Minder” Select the “Action Items” tab Type in action items as they come up Click OK to dismiss this box This will automatically create an Action Item slide at the end of your presentation with your points entered.

18 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Container Integrity u Verifications away from border – all modes u X-ray gamma machines at ports, near major border crossings u Integrity = In transit security

19 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Intelligence

20 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch TC Intelligence CSIS CSE DFAIT Immigration Customs RCMP SolGen US Intel DND PCO INDUSTRY Local PDs

21 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Intelligence u API/PNR u Domain Awareness u Information Sharing

22 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch CHALLENGES

23 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Smart-Border Action Plan u TC responsible for 3 initial items –Infrastructure improvement –Domain Awareness –Aviation Security u Interest in other items –US Customs preclearance –Advanced Passenger Information –Critical infrastructure protection –Container Targeting at Seaports and Ferry Terminals –Harmonized commercial processing –Clearance away from the border

24 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Container Security u CCRA favours risk assessment model at hubs using a variety of inspection tolls based on experience at seaports u USCS favours 100% screening using gamma ray at busiest border crossings HOWEVER u USCS screens less than 10% internal traffic

25 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Marine Security u High Interest Vessels (HIV) u US Port Security Bill authorizes anti-terrorism response teams and sea marshals u Canadian law requires justification u Discussions on joint-boarding protocols

26 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Port of Vancouver u Vancouver Port spans 9 different municipalities u Policing the port is not easy as 3 lower mainland Port Authorities are policed by 13 separate jurisdictions

27 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch US Entry-Exit Controls u TSA No Fly List not defined + response protocols unclear u False assumption that Canada is a softer country BUT 9/11 operatives entered US legally u Need enforcement to track illegal aliens

28 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Clearance Equivalency

29 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Equivalency u US Patriot Act u US Aviation Security Act u US Marine Anti-Terrorism Act Cdn Transportation Security Clearance = US Background Checks

30 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch Security Clearance ProgramSecurity Clearance Program When institutedWhen instituted Check for criminal recordsCheck for criminal records Check for credit bureauCheck for credit bureau Check for National SecurityCheck for National Security Decision makingDecision making Period of validityPeriod of validity yes yes yes yes yes no yes FBI Watch List TC Private Industry 5 years n/a CANADA US

31 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch PRESSURE POINTS SHORT TERM u Aviation Program u 29 to 89 Airports

32 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch PRESSURE POINTS MEDIUM TERM u Bill C 17 - Pilots - Pilots - Flight Schools - Flight Schools - Aviation Medicine - Aviation Medicine - Explosives Handlers (NRCAN) - Explosives Handlers (NRCAN) u Marine Transportation Security Act u Railway Safety Act u Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act

33 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch BIG CHALLENGE ** Privacy Issues **

34 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch BIOMETRICS Where are we today? “Our expectation is that because of the Homeland Security Initiative and the fact that the department is really just rolling out new initiatives… the Canadian Government may be a little ahead of the US right now.” “Our expectation is that because of the Homeland Security Initiative and the fact that the department is really just rolling out new initiatives… the Canadian Government may be a little ahead of the US right now.”(http://www.findbiometrics.com/Pages/feature_co_Motorola.html)

35 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch CANADA’S RESPONSE ON 9/11

36 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch u DIVERTED PLANES: 52,033 u TRAINS: 675 u FERRIES: 1,211 u BUSES: 330 u PILOT SCHOOLS & PERMITS: 5,988 TOTAL = 60,237 Persons Queries

37 02/12/05 Intelligence Branch u “We do work with the US. There is a history of great cooperation on the aviation front between Transport Canada and the US DOT and the FAA. That is why I think that of all the departments, right from the moment when the FAA informed us that they were closing the skies, we were able to respond in a seamless fashion because the systems, the procedures and the trust were there, going back years.” (Senate Hearing Ottawa, December 2, 2002)

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