Summaries of ATIP Completed Requests for January 2012

Request Number Summary of Request Disposition Pages Disclosed
A-2011-00134 1) DEP-375348 re: ATIP Protocol 2) DEP-375386 re: Written Question Q-548 3) DEP-374501 re: Policy Implications of the Second Edition of the Islamist Extremist Magazine Inspire 4) DEP-377196 Passenger Protect Program Disclosed in part 27
A-2011-00137 Copy of 375323, 375324, 369076, 369143, 369151, 376408 Disclosed in part 5
A-2011-00155 Briefing notes, memoranda and question period notes originating from Public Safety Canada and submitted to the minister from July 1-14, 2011. Disclosed in part 231
A-2011-00156 Briefing notes, memoranda and question period notes originating from Public Safety Canada and submitted to the minister from July 15-31, 2011. Disclosed in part 233
A-2011-00183 Briefing notes and memoranda to the Minister of Public Safety Canada on the G20 summit in Toronto, on the subject of security in relation to the safety of the general public and public order, as well as the subject of complaints regarding actions of the police from June 25, 2010 to November 30, 2010 Disclosed in part 126
A-2011-00187 Situation reports and risk assessments produced by the GOC relating to aboriginal and/or First Nations civil unrest, community conflict, protest, occupations, blockades, demonstrations, militancy, extremism and organized crime from January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008. Disclosed in part 105
A-2011-00204 Briefing notes for the Minister referring to the Secure Tech 2011 conference Disclosed in part 93
A-2011-00226 Development of RCMP/PS communications protocol on sensitive operational/administrative matters Disclosed in part 56
A-2011-00231 Cost of security certificates by the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act All disclosed 3
A-2011-00250 Briefing notes and memos prepared for the deputy minister / minister in December 2011 concerning CSIS use of information that may have been derived from torture. Unable to process 0
A-2011-00258 Study generated in response to contract 206557 posted on Merx on 2010-10-26 Disclosed in part 65
A-2011-00265 The following studies: 1- VULNERABILITY OF THE CANADIAN CONSTRUCTION SECTOR TO ORGANIZED CRIME 2- VULNERABILITY OF THE CANADIAN SECURITIES SECTOR TO ORGANIZED CRIME 3- IDENTIFYING ILLEGAL FIREARM MARKET ACQUISITION PATTERNS 4- ESTIMATING THE SIZE OF THE CANADIAN ILLICIT METH AND MDMA MARKETS 5- A STUDY OF THE VULNERABILITY OF MARINE PORT OPERATIONS TO ORGANIZED CRIME All disclosed 439
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