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On this section of the Security Website we are going to inform you of what your government intelligence and security agencies are doing to protect YOU.

In this ever changing socio-political environment, and since the shift from the Cold War era to the global threat of terrorism, the team at the Security Website will let you know what information is of use to you, along with other useful information regarding intelligence policies and intelligence resilience and oversight.

We have compiled a list of reports by certain government bodies that explain and highlight what they do and what they have done in the past. A list of government bodies attributed to the oversight of intelligence agencies are listed below.

****ALL REPORTS OPEN IN A NEW WINDOW FROM THEIR PARENT SITE****


Click on the Globe below to see a list of Global Intelligence Agencies

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CSIS Annual Public Report

The CSIS Public Report is an annual report that is submitted to Parliament, and discusses Canada's security environment and CSIS's national security role. The aim of these reports is to inform Parliament and the Canadian public about CSIS's mandate and how CSIS safeguards the national security of Canada, with due respect for individual rights and freedoms. The reports also help to dispel many of the popular myths surrounding security intelligence work.

2007–2008

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2006–2007

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2005–2006

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2004–2005

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2003

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2001

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2000

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REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS

International Terrorism: The Threat To Canada - Report No. 2000/04, May 2000.

Doomsday Religious Movements - Report No. 2000/03, December 1999.

Commentary No. 35: Middle East Peace? - October 1993.

Commentary No. 31: The Rising Tide of Islamic Fundamentalism (II) - April 1993.

Commentary No. 30: The Rising Tide of Islamic Fundamentalism (I) - April 1993.

Commentary No. 27: Central Asians: Recruits for Revolutionary Islam? - November 1992.

Commentary No. 12: Prospects For the Middle East Peace Process - September 1991.

Commentary No. 10: Problems of Post-War Gulf Security - June 1991.

Commentary No. 8: Post-War Iraq, Gulf Security and A New World Order - February 1991.

Commentary No. 6: Historical and Cultural Dimensions to The Gulf Crisis of 1990 - November 1990.

Backgrounder No. 8: Counter-Terrorism, Revised August 2002.


SECURITY INTELLIGENCE REVIEW COMMITTEE

The Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC or the Committee) is an independent, external review body which reports to the Parliament of Canada on the operations of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS or the Service).

Parliament has given CSIS extraordinary powers to intrude on the privacy of individuals. SIRC ensures that these powers are used legally and appropriately, in order to protect Canadians’ rights and freedoms. To do this, SIRC examines past operations of the Service and investigates complaints. It has the absolute authority to examine all information concerning CSIS activities, no matter how sensitive and highly classified that information may be. The results of this work, edited to protect national security and personal privacy, are summarized in its Annual Report to Parliament.

Consultation Paper: Parliamentary Committee on National Security

Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada, 2004

Independent reviews of security and intelligence agencies

Office of the Auditor General of Canada, 2003

The Canadian Security Intelligence Community

Privy Council Office, 2001

Proceedings of the Intelligence Review Agencies Conference, 1999

The Canadian Intelligence Community: Control and Accountability

Follow-up of Recommendations in Previous Reports

Office of the Auditor General of Canada, 1998

The Canadian Intelligence Community: Control and Accountabilty

Office of the Auditor General of Canada, 1996


To report information regarding activities which could pose a threat to national security, please call: 1-800-420-5805


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