Presented By: R. D. McCANN, Insp.

ISU JIG Commander 20 -06-18

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

• JIG Personnel and Network Update • Public Order • Events with a Potential for Public Order Issues • Other Threats • Operations/Emerging Issues

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COMPONENTS IN THE FIELD

• Investigators (Huntsville, Barrie, Toronto) • Surveillance Teams • Event Monitoring Units • Liaison Officers (UCC, ACCs, PSOC, MICC, MTCC, Media Centre, 4 hotels)

• Approximately 350 members working 24/7 starting today

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INTERNAL
• • • • • • • • • • GTA Police CBSA ITAC CSIS NSCOB RCMP Interpol CSEC CF DICC Investigators (OPP, RCMP,TPS, PRP, DRPS, YRPS) Monitoring all Canadian entry points nationally and internationally The other Four Eyes' threat centres (JTAC, NTAC, NCTC and CTAC) National units and international intelligence service relationships Counter terrorism units across Canada International law enforcement relationships including Europol The other Four Eyes alliance J2, NCIU, SOFCOM Law enforcement DBs (CSIS, TPS, RCMP, OPP, PRP,YRPS, DRPS, Guelph RPS, Kitchener Waterloo RPS, London PS, CN Police, TC, CISO) Hamilton RPS, Ottawa RPS, Kingston PS, Australia, Brazil, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, UK, US (FBI)

• IICC

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EXTERNAL

• LMT

Other Government Departments and Private Sector Group 145 different agencies ,mostly critical infrastructure (Daily Meeting in Toronto)

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PUBLIC ORDER: • Radical Right Wing Activism • Radical Left Wing/Anarchist Activism

• Issue Specific Extremism/Activism • Internecine Strife • Aboriginal Activism • International

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INDEPENDENT

ASYMMETRICAL THREAT

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• All counter terrorism units have been focusing on intelligence gathering for the Summits since the 2010 Olympic Games. • None of these units possess any information to suggest any specific threats to national security with regard to the Summits.

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·No specific threats have been identified by the Summit Intelligence Network that would impact a Head of State or delegation while in attendance at the Summits. ·Possible concerns provided to JIG.

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JUNE SUMMARY

First Light: 0455-0458 Sunset: 2106-2107 Moon: Phase: % of Ilium: Full 90-100%

Sunrise: Last Light:

0532-0535 2144-2148

Average Temperature: Wind Direction:

High: 22-25°C

Low: 11-13°C

Average Rainfall: 84mm (for the month) W-SWLY 10-20 Kts Gusts 21-32 Kts 20-30 Km/h Gusts 40-60 Km/h Wind Speed/Gusts:

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JUNE SUMMARY

First Light: 0502-0506 Sunset: 2103 Moon: Phase: % of Ilium: Full 90-100%

Sunrise: Last Light:

0538-0542 2139-2138

Average Temperature: Wind Direction:

High: 23-27°C

Low: 11-15°C

Average Rainfall: 74mm (for the month) W-NWLY 5-10 Kts Gusts 21-33 Kts 20-30 Km/h Gusts 40-65 Km/h Wind Speed/Gusts:

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Simcoe Muskoka: • Official reporting began yesterday. Toronto: • No official report until Monday, June 21. Ontario: Telehealth Calls: • No significant changes in call volumes. • No signficant geographic clusters. Canada and International: • No official report until Monday, June 21.

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CONCERNS

·Security concerns for large scale demonstrations. Planning is ongoing by dissenting groups for protests during the Summits ·Smaller protests organized prior to the Summits targeting government agencies, politicians and corporate officials and offices throughout the country. ·Various protest groups from Canada, US, UK, as well as other countries from around the world, have called to mobilize and travel to Ontario to be part of the protest environment.

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