Fact sheets, case studies, Cabinet papers and the Regulatory Impact Statement for the NZ Intelligence and Security Bill 2016.
Fact sheet 1 - Why do we need new legislation?
Fact sheet 2 - What is intelligence?
Fact sheet 3 - Defining national security.
Fact sheet 4 - Institutional arrangements.
Fact sheet 5 - The National Assessments Bureau.
Fact sheet 6 - Activities allowed under intelligence warrants.
Fact sheet 7 - The authorisation framework.
Fact sheet 8 - Protections for New Zealanders.
Fact sheet 9 - Oversight.
Fact sheet 10 - Whistleblowing.
Fact sheet 11 - Cover and assumed identity arrangements.
Fact sheet 12 - Immunities from legal liabilities.
Fact sheet 13 - Sharing information.
Fact sheet 14 - Arrangements with foreign partners.
Work example 1 - Counter-terrorism.
Work example 2 - Investigating a suspected terrorist.
Work example 3 - Counter-espionage.
Work example 4 - Cyber security.
Cabinet Paper 1 - Overview and key issues.
Cabinet Paper 2 - Warranting and authorisation framework.
Cabinet Paper 3 - Govt response to IRIS - oversight and transparency.
Cabinet Paper 4 - Institutional reform of the agencies appointment of judicial commissioners and general administrative matters.
Cabinet Paper 5 - Activities of the agencies - Cover and immunities.
Cabinet Paper 6 - Information sharing and arrangements with foreign partners.
Cabinet Paper 7 - Generic legislative issues and consequential amendments.
Regulatory Impact Statement
Regulatory Impact Statement.