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GLOBAL BORDER SECURITY CONFERENCE San Antonio, TEXAS 8 – 10 May 2007. Border and Immigration Agency. ‘e-BORDERS' and other EU initiatives. Peter Graham Director of Special Projects UK Border Control. E-Borders DVD. The challenge. Increase in International Travel

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Global border security conference san antonio texas 8 10 may 2007

GLOBAL BORDER SECURITY CONFERENCE San Antonio, TEXAS 8 – 10 May 2007

Border and Immigration Agency

‘e-BORDERS' and other EU initiatives

Peter Graham

Director of Special Projects

UK Border Control


Global border security conference san antonio texas 8 10 may 2007

  • E-Borders DVD

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The challenge

The challenge

  • Increase in International Travel

  • Larger Aircraft = more people arriving at the same time

  • Increased security concerns

  • Organised crime

…more people, more quickly, more securely…

3


Traditional approach

Traditional approach

Security v Facilitation

the needle in the haystack

  • Greater security has traditionally meant longer

  • queues

  • Passengers checked/interviewed on arrival at

  • port/airport

  • Blanket approach to screening/identity management

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Progress to date

Progress to date

Project Semaphore

  • Introduced in December 2004 in

    partnership with IBM

  • Pre-screening (20million+) passengers

    before arrival using API/PNR data

  • Successful testing of Govt and Carrier systems and

    processes integration

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Progress to date1

Progress to date

Project IRIS

  • Introduced July 2005

  • Registered Traveller Programme

  • Currently deployed at 8 UK Airport Terminals

  • 65,000 + people enrolled by end March,

  • 250,000 + barrier crossings by end March

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Current situation

Current situation

E-Borders

  • Currently in procurement

  • 2 short listed bidders

  • Contract award expected late summer 2007

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Key eu initiatives

Key EU initiatives

  • EURODAC

  • - stores fingerprints of persons refused entry or

  • who have claimed asylum

  • VISA INFORMATION SYSTEM

  • A system for the exchange of visa application data including biometrics Between Member States

  • BIOMETRIC MATCHING SYSTEM

  • - For use across other systems where there is a legal base

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Key eu initiatives1

Key EU initiatives

  • SCHENGEN INFORMATION SYSTEM II

    - Will replace existing watchlist functionality and integrate new Member States

  • REGISTERED TRAVELLER STUDY

    - using biometrics to facilitate trusted travellers, automate arrival/exit

  • BI-LATERAL REGISTERED TRAVELLER TRIALS

    - UK/Netherlands in discussion

  • FRONTEX

    - European Agency for the Management of Operational Co-operation at the External Borders

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Future trends

Future Trends

  • Collaboration

  • Identity Management and biometric technology

  • New technology

  • A World Immigration Organisation ?

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