2007 issue 4

TABLE OF CONTENTS

BY CLIVE ADDY

Our first look at the Winter Olympics

BY RICHARD CULVER

Detailed planning can help ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Mark Camillo
Of the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver
BY CLIVE ADDY

An internationally recognized law enforce­ment and security expert, Coordinator of the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics talks about securing transportation during the Vancouver Winter Games: threats, training, financing and cooperation.

BY THOMAS QUIGGIN

The Olympics have long since ceased to be only about sports. They are, in every sense of the term, a political event. Canada is hosting this high profile event at a time when the international security environment is complex and uncertain.

BY ALICE D'ANJOU

Operational readiness and sustainable responses to emergencies is critical.

BY JACQUES BRUNELLE

Equipped with binoculars, scanners, mobile phones, and reference guides, volunteer potters are providing airports with a innovative set of security options. Standardized protocols are helping the programme gain wide acceptance.

BY ROBERT HUEBERT

Combined factors of climate change, resource development and changing geo-political concerns create an Arctic that is becoming more accessible – and thus coveted – by the outside world.

BY SARAH JANE MEHARG

Ensuring that goals are achieved and resources put to best use.

BY SCOTT NEWARK

Modern maritime security is not just about guarding coastlines.

BY KARCH MacLEAN

Patrolling the north Atlantic to ­provide effective surveillance.

BY DARLENE BLAKELY and RCMP NEWS REPORT

Project Chabanel was carried with the Canadian Navy and RCMP liaison officers in England, Morocco, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates and Spain.

Public and Private Information Sharing
BY JIM ROBBINS

Examining information sharing based on factors of production.