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Federal Terrorism Response Plan : Domestic Concept of Operations.

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Public Safety Canada Library



Alternate Title

Plan fédéral d'intervention en cas d'acte terroriste : concept national d'operation.




1 online resource (21 pages)


Issued also in French under title : Plan fédéral d'intervention en cas d'acte terroriste : concept national d'operation.


As the threat from terrorism continues to evolve, Canada’s response must continually adapt and change to keep Canadians safe. The Federal Terrorism Response Plan (FTRP) sets out an operational model to guide an integrated and effective response to a terrorist incident or threat. The Plan strengthens domestic coordination among security and intelligence agencies and all levels of government, centered on a modernized operational model, which affirms that: responding to a terrorist threat or incident requires a coordinated effort by multiple levels and jurisdictions of government; the Minister of Public Safety is responsible for exercising leadership at the national level relating to public safety and emergency preparedness, including terrorism; and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) leads the criminal investigation into a domestic terrorist attack, as part of its mandate of primary responsibility for national security law enforcement in Canada.


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