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2017-2018 Evaluation of the Major International Event Security Cost Framework / Public Safety Canada.

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Évaluation du Cadre sur les coûts de sécurité des événements internationaux majeurs 2017-2018.

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Includes bibliographic references, p. 20-21.

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1 online resource (21 pages)

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Issued also in French under title : Évaluation du Cadre sur les coûts de sécurité des événements internationaux majeurs 2017-2018.

Summary

This report presents the results of the 2017-18 Evaluation of the Major International Event (MIE) Security Cost Framework Policy (hereafter referred to as the Framework). The Framework is a contribution program created in June 2001 to provide financial relief to host jurisdictions for incremental, extraordinary, reasonable and justifiable policy and security-related costs incurred in support of Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)-led security operations for MIEs. Two types of events are eligible under the Framework: events that are pre-designated and those that meet three specific eligibility criteria. The Framework was last evaluated in 2012-13.

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Contents

1. INTRODUCTION. -- 2. PROFILE. -- 2.1. Background. -- 2.2. Program Objectives. -- 2.3. Roles and Responsibilities. -- 2.4. Resources. -- 2.5. Logic Model. -- 3. ABOUT THE EVALUATION. -- 3.1. Objective. -- 3.2. Scope. -- 3.3. Methodology. -- 3.4. Limitations. -- 4. FINDINGS. -- 4.1. Relevance. -- 4.2. Performance - Effectiveness of the Framework's Design and Implementation. -- 4.3. Performance - Efficiency and Economy of Major International Event Security Cost Management. -- 5. CONCLUSIONS. -- 5.1. Relevance. -- 5.2. Performance - Effectiveness. -- 5.3. Performance - Efficiency and Economy. 6. RECOMMENDATIONS. -- 7. MANAGEMENT RESPONSE AND ACTION PLAN.

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