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Author Australia. Protective Security Review.

Title Protective Security Review report : unclassified version
Published Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service, 1979

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Description xxxiv,360 pages : graphs ; 25cm
Series Parliamentary paper / The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia ; no. 397/1979
Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ; no. 1979/397
Contents Machine derived contents note: £ BPara, -- Chapter 1 - Introduction -- Terms Of Reference 1 1.1 -- "The Issues 2 1.8 -- Nature Of Tihe Reviews Task 4 1.10 -- Procedures 6 1.17 -- Acknowledgment 8 1 27 -- Chapter 2 - Terrorism 9 -- Tf T7 lF ERRO RISM 9. 2.1 -- National And International Terrorism 14 2.15 -- "Terrorist Prognosis 19 2.27 -- Terrorism In Australia 20 2.33 -- (1) History and nature 20 2.33 -- (2) Current terrorist threat assessment 23 2t43 -- (3) !Long-term outlook 25 2.49 -- Chapt-Er 3 - Countering Terrorism 27 -- THE (CMONW E r GVERNME ONS T I TUT 1 ONAL -- Role 27 3.1 -- Meastures For Countering Terrorism 33 3.19 -- (1) Intelligence 34 3.20 -- (2) Preventive action 38 3 33 -- (a) Controls on entry to Australia 38 3.34 -- (b) Denial of means 38 3.35 -- (c) Defence of potential terrorist -- targets 39 3.37 -- (3) Ability effectively to manage a -- terrorist crisis 40 3.42 -- (4) Criminal investigation, detection, -- apprehension and prosecution 42 3.53 -- (a) General police powers 43 3.58 -- (b) Powers to combat violence 44 3.60 -- (c) P owers to prevent violence 44 3L62 -- (d) Emergency powers 45 3,64 -- (e) Intelligence gathering 48 3.70 -- (f) Are additional powers necessary? 49 3.73 -- (5) Co-ordi,nated defence in depth 50 3 75 -- Chapter 4 - Counter-Terrorist Machinery In -- Australia 52 -- Organisations 53 4.4 -- (1) Commonwealth 53 4.4 -- (2) State 55 4.14 -- (3) Commonwealth-State 55 4.16 -- Relationships Between Organisations 56 4.18 -- (1) Commonwealth Police Force-Aust:7alian -- Security Intelligence Organization 56 4.19 -- (2) Commonwealth Police Force-Protective -- Services Co-ordination Centre 57 4.22 -- (3) Commonwealth Police Force-State Police 57 4.24 -- (4) Department of Transport-airport police 59 4°29 -- Problems And Proposals 60 4 33 -- (1) Delineation of roles 60 4.34 -- (2) Intelligence 63 4°45 -- (3) Crisis management 64 4.47 -- (4) Protection of VIPs 65 4.51 -- (5) Commonwealth higher intelligence and -- security machinery 65 4.53 -- (6) Commonwealth-State and State machinery 67 4.57 -- Chapter 5 - Intelligence 69 -- FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE 69 5ol -- Intelligence Organisations 72 5.10 -- (1) Australian Security Intelligence -- Organization 75 5.19 -- (2) Commonwealth Police Force 81 5.41 -- (3) State and Territory police 82 5A48 -- (4) Protective Services Co-ordination -- Centre 83 5ý51 -- Centralised Intelligence Co-Ordination And -- Assessment 84 5.54 -- Chapter 6 - Preventive Action 87 -- Second Line Of Defence 87 6. -- Controls On Entry To Australia 88 6.5 -- (1) Background 88 6.5 -- (2) Entry control measures 89 6.8 -- Denial Of Means 89 6.11 -- (1) Explosives 90 6.14 -- (2) Arms 93 6.30 -- (3) Toxic chemicals, hazardous biological -- agents and nuclear (including -- fissionable) materials 93 6.31 -- Defence Of Potential Terrorist Targets 94 6.35 -- (I) Anti-hijacking measures 94 6.35 -- (a) International flights 96 6A42 -- (b) Domestic flights 96 6.45 -- (c) Airport policing 98 6 51 -- (2) Protection of 'vital points' 99 6°56 -- Chaptap Er Crisis Management 100 -- ·Overseas Experience 100 7. -- Operational And Policy Aspects Of Crisis -- Management In Australia 1017 '7 -- Commonwealth Involvement In Poicy Aspects Of -- Crisis Management 102 7 10 -- Role Of Police Forces 104 7., -- Cri. S Is Management Arrangements For Non- -- Hijac Kng Incidents 105 7l21 -- (1) Special Interdepartmental Committee -- on Protection against Violence 106 7.22 -- ( ) The Commonwealth Crisis Policy Centre, -- State Crisis Centres and Police -- Operat ons Centres 106 7.25 -- (a) The Crisis Policy Centre 106 7 27 -- (b) State Crisis Centres 107 7 29 -- S,c) Police Operations Centre 108 7.33 -- (3) Plan for anti-terrorist at ion 108 36 -- (4) Department of Foreign Affairs -- Emergency Task Force 109 7.40 -- Existing Arrangements For Handling Hijacking -- S Ituatons 110 7 42 -- (1) Organisation 110 7.44 -- 2) Responsibilities 112 7 50 -- Observat Ions 113 7 56 -- ý1 Policy on terrorist cr sis management 113 7 56 -- (2 Crisis Policy Centre 115 7.61 -- (a) Representation 116 7.63 -- (b) Definition of roles 116 7.66 -- (i) Role of departmental -- representatives 116 7.66 -- (ii) Chairman's role 117 7.67 -- Tc Communications between Crisis -- Policy Centre and State Crisis -- Centres and State Cr isis Centres -- and Police Oper at ons Centres 117 7.69 -- (6d Intelligence support 117 7.70 -- 3l) Delineation of responsibilities in -- Commonwealth area 118 772 -- ) efence Force liaison 118 7.74 -- (5) Operational liaison 119 7.77 -- ) he media and r isis management 119 7.79 -- (7) Technical aspects 122 7.93 -- (a) Compatibility of equipment 122 793 -- "(b) Negotiation skils 122 7 94 -- (c) Role of psychologists and -- psychiatrists 122 7.95 -- Training 123 7.99 -- Effectveness Of Crisis Mnagement Machinery 1 23 7. 10 -- Chapter 8 - Relations Between Australian -- Security Intelligence Organization And -- Police Forces 125 -- CHAPTER 9 - PROTECTION OF VIPs 127 -- Government Respnsibiit Ies 127 94 -- State And Commonwealth Organisations 130 9.13 -- (1) State/Territory Police 130 9J13 -- (2) Commonwealth Police Force 130 9.14 -- (3) Protective Services Co-ordination -- Centre 131 9.16 -- Problems In Relationships 131 9m17 -- (1) Commonwealth bodies 131 9.1-7 -- (a) Relations between Commonwea th -- Police Force and Protective -- Services Co-ordination Cenure 132 9.19 -- (b) Relations between Protective -- Services Co-ordination Centre and -- Office of Government Ceremonial -- and Hospitality 133 9o23 -- (2) Commonwealth and State police 133 9,°24 -- (3) Information flow between Commonweaith -- and States 135 9.29 -- Bodyguards And Carriage Of Firearms 135 9.31 -- VIPs AND SECURITY CHECKS 136 9.36 -- Vip Transport 136 9.37 -- (1) By air 136 9.37 -- (a) Royal Australian Air Force -- aircraft 137 9.38 -- (b) Department of Transport aircraft 137 9.39 -- (c) Commercial aircraft 137 9.40 -- (2) By road 137 9.41 -- International Conference Security 138 9°42 -- Chapter 10 - The Defence Force And Civilian -- Security 140 -- Different Types Of Tasks 143 10.12 -- Existing Procedures 144 0.13 -- Constitutional Basis 148 10.23 -- Some Comparative Aspects 153 10 36 -- The Threshold Question - Should The Defence -- Force Be Used In Civilian Security Oper:Tions? 156 10.49 -- Principles That Should Govern Use 160 10.63 -- (1) Force of last resort 160 10.63 -- (2) Types of contingencies 161 10.65 -- (3) Should contingencies be prescribed? 163 10 70 -- (4) Role of Defence Force 163 10.71 -- (5) Relation of Defence Force to civiLian -- authorities on call-out 164 10.74 -- Legal Position Of Defence Force Members 167 10:81 -- Judicial Review Of Actions Of Defence Force 174 10.98 -- Safeguards 174 101,00 -- (1) The Defence Act 175 10.103 -- (2) Regulations 178 10.114 -- Chapter 11 - Protective Security Arrangements -- It7 Ctomnwwealth Departments And Authorities 179 -- SCOP-E OF THIS CHAPiR 180 11. 6 -- 1) The range of threats 180 11 6 -- (2) Protection of people 181 11.9 -- S3) Protection of information 181 11. 0 -- (4) Protection of assets 1.82 11. j. -- (5) Departments and authorities, and the -- differing threats to them 182 11 4 -- Some Gu.Iding Princ Ples 183 11 21 -- Who Has Responsibility For Protective Security -- Arrangements? 185 11
4 -- (1) Government, and departments and -- authorities 185 T11 4 -- (2) Goivernment machinery 188 1L41 -- (3) Australian Security Intelligence -- Organization and other central -- agencies and authorities 190 11o47 -- Organisation For Protective Security Inside -- The Department 195 112 64 -- (1) CGeneral outline 195 11i 6 5 -- (2) -epartmental protective security -- officers 197 11.i -- (a) Functions 197 11 1 -- ?b) The need for departmental -- protective security officers 199 11 74 -- (c) What is wrong with the -- departmental protective -- security officer system? 201 1186 -- (d) Understanding and definition -- of departmental protective -- security officer's role 202 11.87 -- (e) The access and authority of -- depar tmental protective -- security officers 204 11 5 -- f) The quality of departmental -- protective security officers 209 1. 18 -- (i) Training 210 1 . 119 -- (ii) Recruitment and appoin tment 212 1 28 -- (iii) Career aspects 213 11 132 -- Siv) Secondment of Australian -- Security Intelligence -- Organization officers 214 11.35 -- (g) Back-up and support for -- depar tmenta protective -- security officers 214 111:36 -- 3) Protective security awareness 218 11 53 -- (4) Efficiency auditing 220 11259 -- Chapter 11 (cont.) -- Issues 221 11.162 -- (1) Security instructions 221 11.163 -- (2) Classification 222 11i.68 -- (3) Security checking 223 11.172 -- (4) Counter-espionage 227 11.187 -- (5) The protection of information 228 11. 92 -- (6) Leaks 230 11.196 -- (7) Safe hand 231 11.203 -- (8) Industrial security 232 11.206 -- (9) Computers 236 11.224 -- (10) Technical security 237 11.231 -- (11) Protective security equipment 238 11.236 -- (12) Department of Administrative Services' -- landlord responsibilities 240 11.248 -- (13) Guards 241 11.250 -- (14) Private security firms 243 11.259 -- (15) Design for physical security in -- new buildings 243 11.262 -- (16) Fire safety and protective security 245 11,271
Analysis Internal security - Australia
Terrorism - Australia - Prevention
Terrorism. Prevention. Law. Australia
Notes Australian Government Publishing Service cat. no.7989014
Review conducted by Mr. Justice Hope
Bibliography Include bibliographical references
Subject Internal security -- Australia.
Internal security.
Terrorism -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Terrorism -- Australia -- Prevention.
Terrorism -- Australia.
Author Hope, Robert Marsden.
LC no. 81191997
ISBN 0642041598