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					TRANSPORTATION SECURITY
          Transportation Border Working Group
               Dearborn, MI - June 1, 2005
   Serge Lavoie, Surface & Multi-modal Security Policy
    Security and Emergency Preparedness Directorate
                             Context
•   Air India bombing, 1985
•   Terrorist attacks, September 11, 2001
•   Iraq War, March 2003
•   Madrid bombing, March 11, 2004.
•   National Security Policy (NSP), April 2004
•   Federal budgets (2001-2005):
    –   $9 billion to improve security
    –   Over $3 billion for transportation security.
•   Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America
    (March 23, 2005)
    –   Leaders of Canada, USA, Mexico

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  Transport Canada’s Strategic Objectives
• A safe and secure transportation system that
  contributes to Canada's social development and
  security objectives

• An efficient transportation system that contributes to
  Canada's economic growth and trade objectives; and

• An environmentally responsible transportation system
  that contributes to Canada's sustainable development
  objectives

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       Transport Canada’s Priorities
   Safe & Secure                                             Efficient

                           Smart Regulation
New Security Policies     Safety and Security          Market-based
   and Programs          Management Systems          Policy Framework
                        Infrastructure, Gateways
                          and Trade Corridors
                               Innovation    Environmental
                                                Assessment
                              Climate Change
                    Environmental Protection and
                           Remediation


                 Environmentally Responsible
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    Key Drivers of the Transport Canada
             Security Agenda
•   Current and foreseeable threat level
•   National Security Policy
•   Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada
•   Parliamentary interest – SCONSAD, OAG
•   Influence of US security agenda
     – Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America
• Other international pressures (e.g. G8, APEC, ICAO)
• Facilitate trade and economic growth
     – Maintain a balanced approach
• Transportation security will remain a high priority
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          Securing an Open Society:
       Canada’s National Security Policy




      Three core national security interests:
–Protecting Canada and Canadians at home and abroad
–Ensuring Canada is not a base for threats to our allies
–Contribution to international security

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      National Security Policy
      Six key security activities
– Intelligence
– Emergency planning and management
– Public health
– Transportation security
– Border security
– International security



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        Canada’s NSP 2005 Progress Report
         One year later - Key achievements:
• Public Health Agency of         •       Marine Facility Security
  Canada, first Chief Public              Contribution Program
  Health Officer                  •       Expansion of NEXUS and FAST to
• Security and Prosperity                 11 and 19 sites
  Partnership of North America •          Innovative new NEXUS-Air pilot
• Government Operations Centre            program at Vancouver International
                                          Airport
• Integrated Threat Assessment
                                  •       Cross-Cultural Roundtable on
  Centre                                  Security
• High level federal-provincial- •        Model for National Security
  territorial forum on emergencies        Committee of Parliamentarians

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Government Operations Centre




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                    Aviation Security
• Increased passenger security (CATSA)
  – Deployment of Explosives Detection Systems
  – Restricted Area Identity Card

• Public Safety Act (2002)
  – Use of passenger data for security
  – New/clarified legislative and regulatory authorities
  – Rationalization of confidential and non-confidential requirements

• Other
  – Air Cargo Security
  – Security Management Systems (SEMS): Take “security is everybody's
    business” to the next level

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                    Marine Security
• International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS)
  Code July 1, 2004
• 6-point marine security plan
   –   Clarifying and strengthening accountability
   –   Establishing Marine Security Operations Centres
   –   Increasing the on-water presence
   –   Investing in secure communications technologies
   –   Pursuing greater cooperation with the United States
   –   Strengthening security at ports and other marine facilities

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    Surface Transportation Security
• Road
  – National Road Security Team (NRST)
  – Use of FastCard for Hazmat Drivers
• Rail
  – Thorough review of rail security and the
    current self-regulatory regime
• International Bridges and Tunnels
  – Canadian Transportation Act Review

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     Multimodal Transport Security

• Intermodal Cargo Security
  – CBSA is lead
  – Customs Inspections, VACIS
• Expand Transportation Security Clearances
  – Aviation and Marine
  – Others - TDG/Hazmat?



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Multimodal Transport Security (Cont.)

• National Critical Infrastructure Assurance
  Program (NCIAP) Initiative
• Responsibilities in key departmental and
  national plans
• Development of a National Transportation
  Security Strategy…


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     Transportation Security Strategy
• Proactively shape the transportation security agenda
• Look at the overall transportation system
  – All modes and critical infrastructure
• Conduct analysis and research
  – Adopt a risk management approach
• Engage a wide range of partners and stakeholders
  – Inside and outside of government
• Look at the broader international context
  – Especially the US agenda



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            Transportation Security Strategy
               Approach / Consultations
                                          Federal
                                        Departments
            Industry                                             Transport
                                                                  Canada




                  TRANSPORTATION SECURITY STRATEGY
Provinces                                                             Academics/
                                                                      Think Tanks




              Other key international
                     partners
                                                      United States
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               Canada’s Road Ahead
• In partnership with the private sector and our international
  partners, Transport Canada will develop strategies to enhance
  transportation security
• Decisions on a policy framework will be followed by further
  regulatory and non-regulatory action drawing upon Canadian
  and international, including US experiences
• The Transportation Security Program will be developed and
  implemented based on the underlying principles outlined in
  the National Security Policy


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Thank You!
 Merci !




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