Recording and Sharing of Security Information and Intelligence
- To ensure timely recording and sharing of security information and intelligence to promote dynamic security
Applies to all staff who record and share security information
- The Deputy Warden/Associate District Director or Area Director will:
- The Security Intelligence Officer/Parole Officer Supervisor will:
- When any information is received regarding a staff member, the Security Intelligence Officer will immediately consult the Institutional Head/District Director on the matter. This consultation will take place and direction received prior to any information regarding a staff member being recorded on file.
- The recording and sharing of security information will normally be completed using the reports in the following sections.
- The Statement/Observation Report (CSC/SCC 0875) will normally be used in the following circumstances:
- Depending on the nature and sensitivity of the information included in the Statement/Observation Report (CSC/SCC 0875), the author of the report, in consultation with the Security Intelligence Officer/Parole Officer Supervisor, will designate the document as Protected A, B, or C and manage it appropriately pursuant to the Treasury Board Policy on Government Security.
- Information concerning security incidents and situations (including those involving offenders and non-offenders) pursuant to CD 568-1 - Recording and Reporting of Security Incidents, will be documented in an Incident Report by Security Intelligence staff in institutions and in the community by Area Directors/Parole Officer Supervisors, Community Security Intelligence Officers, or Parole Officers depending on the situation.
Security Intelligence Report
- The Security Intelligence Report will be used by the Security Intelligence Officer/Parole Officer Supervisor to report any conclusions and inferences that are supported logically through the various steps of the intelligence process.
- The Security Intelligence Officer/Parole Officer Supervisor will complete the Security Intelligence Report (CSC/SCC 0232) to record and share intelligence that is developed from one or more sources of information.
- The process for the establishment of the reliability standard code for the Security Intelligence Report is outlined in Annex B.
Intelligence Observation Report
Security Intelligence Briefing Record
Information from Other Sources
Partner Liaison Log
- CSC staff includes Security Intelligence Officers, Security Intelligence Analysts, Parole Officers, and Parole Officer Supervisors.
- Strategic Policy Division
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CROSS-REFERENCES AND DEFINITIONS
Information: knowledge acquired of specific events or situations.
Intelligence process: a systematic approach to the processing of information in order to develop valid inferences from available information, through the collection, evaluation, collation, analysis and dissemination of this information.
Need to know: information that is pertinent and necessary to an individual performing his/her duties.
Security incident: any real or suspected illegal, unauthorized, or disruptive situation that may affect the safety of individuals, the community, the security of the institution, or any other incident which, by its nature, could attract adverse media attention.
Security intelligence briefing: a briefing consisting of the sharing of intelligence with staff, management, or members of outside agencies. Briefings may include information on security threat groups, emerging situations that could impact the safety and security of individuals, the institution or community operations, or any other information originating from or gathered by the intelligence program. The briefing is provided by the Security Intelligence Officer or any staff performing the intelligence function, including Regional Administrators of Intelligence, Security Intelligence Analysts, Parole Officer Supervisors, etc.
RELIABILITY STANDARDS AND CODES FOR THE EVALUATION OF INTELLIGENCE
EVALUATION OF INFORMATION IN A SECURITY INTELLIGENCE REPORT/
INTELLIGENCE OBSERVATION REPORT
For more information
- Government-wide Forward Regulatory Plans
- The Cabinet Directive on Regulatory Management
- The Red Tape Reduction Action Plan
- The Canada–United States Regulatory Cooperation Council
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