Integrated Proceeds of Crime
Integrated Proceeds of Crime (IPOC) is an inter-departmental initiative. The goal of IPOC is to contribute to the disruption, dismantling and incapacitation of targeted organized criminals and crime groups. PSEPC provides policy coordination and regular evaluation of the initiative. It also chairs the IPOC Senior Governance Committee, and coordinates the working level IPOC Partners Advisory Committee.
The following organizations participate in the IPOC initiative:
- Canada Border Services Agency
- Canada Revenue Agency
- Department of Justice
- Provincial and municipal police forces
- Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada
- Public Works and Government Services: Forensic Accounting Management Group – Seized Property Management Directorate
- Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Senior Governance Committee
The Committee includes representatives from each partner at the Assistant Deputy Minister level. The committee meets on a regular basis, and as required to address important issues. It provides direction, promotes interdepartmental policy coordination and accountability, and champions the program. This oversight group was created in response to concerns regarding the Initiative's management structure that was identified in a previous evaluation.
Partners Advisory Committee
The IPOC Partners Advisory Committee, with representatives from each partner department and agency at the director or senior analyst level, meets at least four times per year and more frequently to address urgent issues. The committee develops the evaluation strategy for the program, and implements the monitoring and tracking processes required to effectively manage and evaluate the program. The committee provides support to the IPOC Senior Governance Committee, promotes interdepartmental cooperation, and resolves horizontal operational issues.
The RCMP retains responsibility for the day-to-day management and operations of the IPOC units, with other partners responsible for the day-to-day management and operations of their related components. At the regional level, members of the IPOC partnership meet regularly and whenever required, to discuss and resolve local and regional issues.
Organized Crime News Releases
Government of Canada invests $17 million to keep Ontario’s roads safe from drug-impaired drivers
April 29, 2019
Government of Canada provides Manitoba with $2.3 million to combat gun and gang violence
April 26, 2019
Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada following the swearing-in of the 29th Ministry
November 4, 2015
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Organized Crime Publications and Reports
- Evaluation of the Akwesasne Organized Crime Initiative
- Summary of the Evaluation of the Akwesasne Organized Crime Initiative
- Research Highlights - Crime Prevention : Transitions From Juvenile Delinquency to Young Adult Offending: A Review of Canadian and International Evidence
- Research Summary - Transitions From Juvenile Delinquency to Young Adult Offending: A Review of Canadian and International Evidence
- Research Summary - Contemporary Policing Responsibilities
- More Organized Crime Publications and Reports
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