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TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL CANADA SYMPOSIUM OTTAWA, MAY 12, 2003. C/Supt. Peter M. German Director General-Financial Crime (613) 990-1670 [email protected] CANADA. Cities on border with United States

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TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL CANADA SYMPOSIUMOTTAWA, MAY 12, 2003

C/Supt. Peter M. German

Director General-Financial Crime

(613) 990-1670

[email protected]


CANADA

  • Cities on border with United States

  • Longest, unguarded border & most trade

  • U.S. is largest consumer of illicit drugs

  • Major ports, airports, banking centres

  • Political and economic stability

  • Relatively moderate criminal sanctions

  • Established OC systems and U/G Bk’ing


The Integrated Policing Philosophy

  • All levels of police working cohesively -

  • exchanging strategic and criminal intelligence,

  • sharing tactical and operational knowledge,

  • planning joint and individual actions, and

  • communicating effectively.


BENEFITS

  • SHARING

  • ECONOMIES OF SCALE

  • INTELLIGENCE FLOWS

  • INTEROPERABLE SYSTEMS

  • SEAMLESS SERVICE DELIVERY


LEVERAGE


PRIVACY

  • FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

  • PROTECTION OF CITIZENS

  • FINDING A BALANCE

  • SAFEGUARDS


TOPICS

Proceeds of Crime

Integrated Market Enforcement Teams

RECOL / NW4C


PROCEEDS OF CRIME


Proceeds of Crime UnitsCanada

IPOC

POC


POC UNITS

  • The RCMP has created integrated proceeds of crime units in 13 major cities

  • Multi-disciplinary, multi-agency

  • Gross revenues from the sale of forfeited assets and associated fines, totalling $123 million between 1993 and 2001


13 Integrated Proceeds of Crime Units across the country ( IPOCs)

5 Proceeds of Crime Units (POCs)

Approx. 270 Funded FTE’s (40 Vacancies)


PARTNERS

  • R.C.M.P.

  • PROVINCIAL POLICE

  • MUNICIPAL POLICE

  • CANADA CUSTOMS

  • DEPT. OF JUSTICE COUNSEL

  • ACCOUNTANTS ( FAMD)

  • ASSET MANAGEMENT ( SPMD)


INTEGRATED MARKET ENFORCEMENT TEAMS

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE


WHY?

CONSUMER CONFIDENCE IN THE MARKETS AND CANADA’S LARGEST CORPORATIONS


WHAT?

  • INTEGRATED MARKET ENFORCEMENT TEAMS (IMETS)

  • UNITS IN KEY CITIES – TOTAL PARTNERSHIP BUDGET OF $120 MILLION OVER 5 YEARS (10-20-30-30-30)

  • TEAMS COMPOSED OF INVESTIGATORS, ASSISTANTS, LEGAL COUNSEL, ACCOUNTANT, MAJOR CASE MGMENT.


RECOL / NW4C


The Integrated Policing PhilosophyNeed for InternationallyCoordinated Web-based Complaint Reporting System

  • Need to Partner with the Private Sector.

  • If we can send to the police force of local jurisdiction how about to regulators or even to private agencies that have an interest as well….?


Canadian RECOL Center

The Vision for RECOL:

  • Receive complaints On-line,

  • Ability to add additional front entrances to the Mall on short notice e.g.. Terrorism


The Vision for RECOL:

  • Finally, automatic routing of complaint information to agencies with whom there is a formal MOU and whom have a legitimate interest.


INTEGRATION WORKS


THANK YOU


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