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1 Using Intelligence led policing as a model to Prioritize Organized Crime Investigations – A Canadian Perspective

2 Included Topics The Canadian strategy The Canadian strategy Tools Tools Integrated policing Integrated policing Major case management Major case management DAT – impact of investigations DAT – impact of investigations Highlighting – joint Canada/US T/A Highlighting – joint Canada/US T/A Public education Public education

3 Canadian Law Enforcement Strategy to Combat O/C Assign Priorities 1.Municipal/Regional 2.Provincial 3.National Intelligence Practices Priorities Analysis Intelligence information Law Enforcement Priorities National Regional/Provincial Local/Municipal Results Assign Priorities 1.Municipal/Regional 2.Provincial 3. National

4 Targeted Policing Intelligence - Led policing Strategy to Combat O/C Threat assessment Intelligence Analysis CISC Governing Body CISC (ACIIS ) Intelligence information Recommended Organized Crime Priorities Provide enforcement priority advice to enforcement community - Police services - Federal enforcement entities - Joint force operations

5 TOOLS TO ASSIST PRIORITY SETTING SLEIPNIR SLEIPNIR framework for setting priorities framework for setting priorities HARM PRIORITIZATION SCALE HARM PRIORITIZATION SCALE Identifying the most harmful criminal activities Identifying the most harmful criminal activities

6 SLEIPNIR Sleipnir is a threat-measurement technique developed by the RCMP which uses a rank-ordered set of attributes to compare organized groups of criminals Sleipnir is a threat-measurement technique developed by the RCMP which uses a rank-ordered set of attributes to compare organized groups of criminals Sleipnir provides a threat measurement technique for strategic intelligence analysis and enables analysts to assess the relative threat posed by organized criminal groups to Canadian society Sleipnir provides a threat measurement technique for strategic intelligence analysis and enables analysts to assess the relative threat posed by organized criminal groups to Canadian society

7 CORRUPTION VIOLENCE INFILTRATION EXPERTISE SOPHISTICATION SUBVERSION STRATEGY DISCIPLINE INTELLIGENCE GATHERING MULTIPLE ENTERPRISES MOBILITY STABILITY SCOPE MONOPOLY GROUP COHESIVENESS CONTINUITY LINKS TO OTHER ORGANIZED CRIME LINKS TO CRIMINAL EXTREMISTS INSULATION HIGH MEDIUM LOW NIL UNKNOWN ORGANIZED CRIME IN CANADA. 1999 10 15 RCMP CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE DIRECTORATE RANK-ORDERED MATRIX OF THIRTEEN SIGNIFICANT GROUPS ABCDEFGHIJKLM

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9 Harm Prioritization Scale (HPS) HPS is a harm measurement technique developed by the RCMP which identifies the most harmful criminal activities undertaken by organized crime groups. HPS is a harm measurement technique developed by the RCMP which identifies the most harmful criminal activities undertaken by organized crime groups. HPS provides managers with a clearer picture to prioritize enforcement actions on the organized crime groups causing the most harms to our communities. HPS provides managers with a clearer picture to prioritize enforcement actions on the organized crime groups causing the most harms to our communities.

10 INTEGRATED POLICING RCMP RCMP Provincial Law Enforcement Agencies Provincial Law Enforcement Agencies Municipal Law Enforcement Agencies Municipal Law Enforcement Agencies Canada Border Service Agency Canada Border Service Agency Citizenship and Immigration Canada Citizenship and Immigration Canada Revenue Canada Agency Revenue Canada Agency Proceeds of Crime Units Proceeds of Crime Units Forensic Accounting Management Directorate Forensic Accounting Management Directorate Provincial Crown Prosecutors Office Provincial Crown Prosecutors Office Federal Crown Prosecutors Office Federal Crown Prosecutors Office

11 MAJOR CASE MANAGEMENT What is it? What is it? A methodology and a philosophy that is used to manage a major case. It promotes accountability and responsibility A methodology and a philosophy that is used to manage a major case. It promotes accountability and responsibility

12 MAJOR CASE MANAGEMENT Contd. How do we use it? How do we use it? A simple and consistent methodology that is initiated at the beginning of all major cases. (Includes a consistent filing system, tasking, functions) A simple and consistent methodology that is initiated at the beginning of all major cases. (Includes a consistent filing system, tasking, functions) What is a major case? What is a major case? An investigation that goes beyond the normal delivery of a police service. (ie. homicide, multiple victim sexual assault, complex drug investigation, major accidents & disasters) An investigation that goes beyond the normal delivery of a police service. (ie. homicide, multiple victim sexual assault, complex drug investigation, major accidents & disasters)

13 The Disruption Attributes Tool (DAT) What is it? What is it? A way of measuring our investigative impact on organized crime A way of measuring our investigative impact on organized crime What is the value? What is the value? the DAT enables us to measure the effectiveness of the disruptions based on three attributes of organized crime groups: Core Business, Financial, and Personal the DAT enables us to measure the effectiveness of the disruptions based on three attributes of organized crime groups: Core Business, Financial, and Personal

14 Prioritizing Transnational Criminal Organizations, an Example of International Cooperation Cross Border Crime Forum Cross Border Crime Forum Drugs & Organized Crime Sub Group Drugs & Organized Crime Sub Group Joint Canada/US threat assessment on transnational organized crime 2006 (RCMP, DEA & FBI) Joint Canada/US threat assessment on transnational organized crime 2006 (RCMP, DEA & FBI) Cross training of Analysts Cross training of Analysts Canadian operations model utilized including SLEIPNIR Canadian operations model utilized including SLEIPNIR Public version Public version

15 Public Education The RCMP Drugs & Organized Crime Awareness Service Vision: The RCMP Drugs & Organized Crime Awareness Service Vision: To make the Canadian public a significant partner of Canadian law enforcement in order to effectively combat and reduce the effects of Organized Crime in Canada. To make the Canadian public a significant partner of Canadian law enforcement in order to effectively combat and reduce the effects of Organized Crime in Canada. That all law enforcement officers understand their role in the fight against Organized Crime and how their daily law enforcement activities directly impact upon Organized Crimes ability to function successfully That all law enforcement officers understand their role in the fight against Organized Crime and how their daily law enforcement activities directly impact upon Organized Crimes ability to function successfully

16 Conclusion Using Intelligence led policing as a model to Prioritize Organized Crime Investigations Using Intelligence led policing as a model to Prioritize Organized Crime Investigations SLEIPNIR & Harm Prioritization Scale Tools SLEIPNIR & Harm Prioritization Scale Tools Integrated investigative units Integrated investigative units The ability to report to government on the effectiveness of our investigations The ability to report to government on the effectiveness of our investigations Education & awareness Education & awareness

17 PROJECT COLISÉE An example of an international policing action targeting organized crime An example of an international policing action targeting organized crime Countries included; Canada, United States, Venezuela, Italy, Haiti and others Countries included; Canada, United States, Venezuela, Italy, Haiti and others

18 Questions ? DPT00005


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