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WHAT CANADIAN MILITARY AND SECURITY FORCES IN THE FUTURE WORLD? A MARITIME PERSPECTIVE. A Conference hosted by the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies < www.cfps.dal.ca > Dalhousie University, 10-12 June 2005 Maritime Security: Comparison of National Approaches Captain(N) Peter Avis

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what canadian military and security forces in the future world a maritime perspective
WHAT CANADIAN MILITARY AND SECURITY FORCES IN THE FUTURE WORLD? A MARITIME PERSPECTIVE

A Conference hosted by the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies <www.cfps.dal.ca> Dalhousie University, 10-12 June 2005

Maritime Security: Comparison of

National Approaches

Captain(N) Peter Avis

Privy Council Office, Canada

maritime security comparison of national approaches
Maritime Security – Comparison of National Approaches

2005 MARITIME CONFERENCE - Halifax

Captain(N) Peter Avis

Dalhousie Centre of Foreign Policy Studies

Research Fellow

key activities new era
Key Activities – New Era
  • -- National Security – State of Being
  • -- Maritime Security – Address Challenges
  •  DOMAIN AWARENESS
  •  SAFEGUARDING
  •  RESPONSIVENESS
  •  COLLABORATION
methodology best practices
Methodology– Best Practices
  • Three Case Studies – Australia, the Netherlands, and Norway
  • Four Key Activities – Filter
  • Best Practices –
    • Success over time
    • Recognized positive outcome
    • Local importance to Canada
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COLLABORATION – BEST PRACTICESSUCCESSFUL OVER TIME; SHOW A RECOGNIZED POSITIVE OUTCOME; AND HAVE LOCAL IMPORTANCE TO CANADA
  • “WHOLE-OF-GOVERNMENT” APPROACH(AUS)
  • COMMON RISK-ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY (CRAM) (AUS)
  • THE INTERNATIONAL DELIBERATIONS OVER NORTH SEA GOVERNANCE (IDON)

(NETH)

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DOMAIN AWARENESS – BEST PRACTICESSUCCESSFUL OVER TIME; SHOW A RECOGNIZED POSITIVE OUTCOME; AND HAVE LOCAL IMPORTANCE TO CANADA
  • EMPHASIS ON COASTWATCH CIVILIAN AIR CONTRACT SERVICES (AUS)
  • AUSTRALIAN SECRET INTELLIGENCE SERVICE (AUS)
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SAFEGUARDING – BEST PRACTICE SUCCESSFUL OVER TIME; SHOW A RECOGNIZED POSITIVE OUTCOME; AND HAVE LOCAL IMPORTANCE TO CANADA
  • SPECIALIZED FEDERAL POLICE FORCE USED SPECIFICALLY IN THE MUNICIPAL JURISDICTION OF ROTTERDAM (NETH)
    • THE ROTTERDAM-RIJNMOND SEAPORT POLICE
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RESPONSIVENESS – BEST PRACTICE SUCCESSFUL OVER TIME; SHOW A RECOGNIZED POSITIVE OUTCOME; AND HAVE LOCAL IMPORTANCE TO CANADA
  • ELITE POLICE RESPONSE UNITS (NOR)
    • COMBINATION OF THE FEDERALLY-CONTROLLED DELTA FORCE WITH SPECIALLY-TRAINED POLICE OFFICERS IN ALL REGIONS
    • CROSS-TRAINING WITH THE MILITARY SPECIAL FORCES KNOWN AS FSK ENSURES THAT TACTICAL HAND-OFFS TO WORLD-CLASS OPERATIVES
national perception of threat national response
National Perception of Threat =>National Response
  • Direct Threat => Preventive
  • Indirect Threat => Reactive
  • To achieve Preventive strategy
  • on the National level, one must
  • solidify national perception of
  • direct threat to interests and
  • values
  • Education => Government,
  • Academia, Media
conclusions
CONCLUSIONS
  • Preventive Strategy related to National Perception of Direct Threat
  • Debate over Civil Rights vs National Security crucial for adapting information sharing to the new battlespace (Bill C-36 review)
  • Canadians need to know more => Canadian terrorist battlespace
  • Maritime Security Strategy => integrated ocean governance, social pillars
  • Comparison of like-minded countries can lead to Best Practices
  • that inform Canadian Maritime Security Strategy
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