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Published by Farm Road Branch, N.Z. Labour Party in Wellington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • New Zealand. Security Service.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesFootsteps up your jumper.
Statement[by] Roger Boshier.
SeriesPerspective 6
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV8280.4.A2 B65
The Physical Object
Pagination37, [5] p.
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4381184M
LC Control Number78852258

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NEW ZEALAND SECURITY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE 1. Subject to the control of the Minister, the functions of the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service shall be – • To obtain, correlate, and evaluate intelligence relevant to security, and to communicate any . The New Zealand Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS or SIS; Māori: Te Pā Whakamarumaru) is New Zealand's primary national intelligence is responsible for providing information and advising on matters including national security (including counterterrorism and counterintelligence) and foreign intelligence. It is headquartered in Wellington and overseen by a Director-General, the Agency executive: Rebecca Kitteridge, Director-General . NEW ZEALAND SECURITY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE Report to the House of Representatives for the year ended 30 June legislation to counter terrorist activities in New Zealand. The Service worked with the Police and others to identify individuals in New Zealand involved in illegal immigration. A public talk by Nicky Hager, 1 February The Security Intelligence Service is New Zealand’s internal intelligence agency, which was set up to spy on New Zealanders and foreign people and organisations within New Zealand who are regarded as a threat to the country’s security.

The New Zealand Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS) of activities and threats that are covered. Under this approach, a warrant to target New Zealanders would require that: First, the proposed activity is necessary to contribute to the protection of national security. National security is not formally defined, allowing it to be adaptive to. While the Act provides for a single authorisation regime for the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS) and Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB), different powers are available to each agency under the Act. DPMC serves the Executive, Governor-General, Prime Minister and Cabinet, through the provision of impartial advice and support. The NZIC contributes to building a safer and more prosperous New Zealand. NZIC agencies work to ensure that New Zealand is protected from harm, that New Zealand decision makers have intelligence that provides a decision advantage, and that New Zealand’s . New Zealand Security Association (NZSA) is the largest industry representative body for the security industry in New Zealand and represents over 85% of the industry by revenue. Its voluntary members include security companies ranging from large multi-nationals to sole traders.

This handbook sets out New Zealand’s arrangements with respect to both to the governance of national security and in response to a potential, emerging or actual national security crisis. DPMC serves the Executive, Governor-General, Prime Minister and Cabinet, through . as border and maritime security, the role of New Zealand’s special forces, cyber security, terrorism and organised crime). Students, scholars and practitioners should all find something of interest here, and hopefully the book inspires a programme of research to delve deeper into the issues it identifies. REUBEN STEFF. The Activities of the New Zealand Security Service9 and Hori Hatini’s SIS10 are more clearly biased texts and, perhaps for that reason, not widely referenced. Outside of the scope of security intelligence, New Zealand’s other significant intelligence capability lies in the field of signals intelligence . This central government role involves an agency, or a group of agencies, protecting New Zealand through the delivery of core, business-as-usual services, (eg, border management and protection services delivered by the Ministry for Primary Industries, New Zealand Customs Service, Aviation Security Service, and New Zealand Police).