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Canada's primary national intelligence service. Wikipedia

  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police

    The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP; Gendarmerie royale du Canada (GRC); colloquially known as the "Mounties") are the federal and national police service of Canada, providing law enforcement at the federal level. The RCMP also provide provincial policing in eight of Canada's provinces (all except Ontario and Quebec) and local policing on a contract basis in the three territories (Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Yukon) and more than 150 municipalities, 600 Indigenous communities, and three international airports. Wikipedia

  • Canada Border Services Agency

    Federal law enforcement agency that is responsible for border control (i.e. protection and surveillance), immigration enforcement, and customs services in Canada. Responsible to Parliament through the minister of public safety and emergency preparedness, currently Bill Blair, who took office following the 2019 election, and is under the direction of the president of the Canada Border Services Agency, John Ossowski. Wikipedia

  • Independent government agency responsible for overseeing the activities of Canada's national security and intelligence agencies. Not a standing committee nor a special committee of the Parliament of Canada, but rather an agency of the executive branch whose membership is made up of parliamentarians. Wikipedia

  • Canadian government agency that is responsible for reviewing and issuing parole and criminal pardons in Canada. It operates under the auspices of Public Safety Canada. Wikipedia

  • Committee of Privy Councillors that was empowered to serve as an independent oversight and review body for the operations of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS). Established in 1984 as a result of the reorganization of Canadian intelligence agencies recommended by the McDonald Commission investigating the illegal activities of the former RCMP Security Service. Wikipedia

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    Government of Canada's national cryptologic agency. Responsible for foreign signals intelligence (SIGINT) and protecting Canadian government electronic information and communication networks. Wikipedia

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    Canadian federal government agency responsible for the incarceration and rehabilitation of convicted criminal offenders sentenced to two years or more. The agency has its headquarters in Ottawa, Ontario. Wikipedia

  • Independent officer of the Government of Canada charged with quasi-judicial review of the intelligence services of Canada – which include the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Communications Security Establishment (CSE) – before the agencies engage in certain espionage activities. The intelligence commissioner heads the Office of the Intelligence Commissioner of Canada (Bureau du commissaire au renseignement), the agency which supports the work of the commissioner. Wikipedia

  • Special Branch

    Label customarily used to identify units responsible for matters of national security and intelligence in British, Commonwealth, Irish, and other police forces. A Special Branch unit acquires and develops intelligence, usually of a political or sensitive nature, and conducts investigations to protect the State from perceived threats of subversion, particularly terrorism and other extremist political activity. Wikipedia

  • Canadian Firearms Program

    Canadian government program within the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Policing Support Services, responsible for licensing and regulating firearms in Canada. Roughly 5.75% of the Canadian population. Wikipedia

  • National financial intelligence agency of Canada. Established in 2000 under the Proceeds of Crime Act to facilitate detection and investigation of money laundering, FINTRAC's mandate was expanded in December 2001 following amendments to the Proceeds of Crime Act to also disclose financial intelligence to other Canadian intelligence and law enforcement agencies with respect to suspected terrorist financing. Wikipedia

  • Cooperative initiative ) to facilitate intelligence information sharing and analysis within Canada's intelligence community and to first responders, such as law enforcement. In 2003 under the Martin government, the ITAC began life as the Integrated Threat Assessment Centre, as a result of among other things the 2002–2004 SARS outbreak. Wikipedia

  • Canadian statute enacted by the Parliament of Canada to reform the oversight of the National Security Agencies of Canada, including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police , Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). It also makes various adjustments to supporting legislation, including the National Defense Act, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act the Communications Security Establishment Act and the Criminal Code to support these new mechanisms. Wikipedia

  • Croatian security and intelligence system

    The core of the security and intelligence system of the Republic of Croatia consists of two security and intelligence agencies: These agencies conduct their activities in accordance with the Constitution, relevant national legislation, the National Security Strategy, the Defence Strategy and the Annual Guidelines for the Work of Security Services. Wikipedia

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    Premier intelligence agency of Pakistan, operationally responsible for gathering, processing, and analyzing information relevant for national security from around the world. Primarily focused on providing intelligence for the Government of Pakistan. Wikipedia

  • Danish Security and Intelligence Service

    National security and intelligence agency of Denmark. The agency focuses solely on national security, and foreign intelligence operations are handled by Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste, the foreign intelligence service administered by the Danish Royal Defense. Wikipedia

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    The decades following the rebellions of the Canadas marked the beginning of intelligence services in Canada. Defeat in the failed uprising caused the restoration of colonial regimes and the reform of imperialism. Wikipedia

  • Finnish Security Intelligence Service

    Security and intelligence agency of Finland in charge of national security, such as counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism, under the jurisdiction of the Interior Ministry. Operational since 1949 and headquartered in Helsinki, Supo had 440 employees and a budget of 50.9 million euros in 2019. Wikipedia

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    Romania's main domestic intelligence service. To gather information relevant to national security and hand it over to relevant institutions, such as Romanian Government, presidency and law enforcement departments and agencies. Wikipedia

  • Parliamentary Protective Service

    Entity of the Parliament of Canada created by law that is mandated to provide physical security for parliamentarians, employees, and visitors within the Parliamentary Precinct in Ottawa, Ontario. Member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and operates under policies set by the Speakers of the Senate and House of Commons. Wikipedia

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    Public-service department of New Zealand charged with promoting New Zealand's national security by collecting and analysing information of an intelligence nature. According to the Bureau's official website, it has a mission of contributing to the national security of New Zealand by providing information assurance and cybersecurity, foreign intelligence, and assistance to other New Zealand government agencies. Wikipedia

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  • Secretariat of Intelligence

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  • Canadian Forces National Investigation Service

    Investigative arm of the Canadian Forces Military Police. Independent Military Police unit, provides an independent investigative capability for the purpose of fair and impartial administration of military justice. Wikipedia

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    Domestic intelligence and security service of the United States and its principal federal law enforcement agency. Also a member of the U.S. Intelligence Community and reports to both the Attorney General and the Director of National Intelligence. Wikipedia

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  • Département du Renseignement et de la Sécurité

    The Algerian state intelligence service. Its existence dates back to the struggle for independence. Wikipedia


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