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Name of AgencyMission StatementWebsiteNational/federal?CountryYearLocationDataset
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Afghanistan Ministry of Counter NarcoticsThe MCN is the leading Ministry in CN affairs, and is responsible for coordination, evaluation and implementation of the Counter Narcotics law and the National Drugs Control Strategy (NDCS) in concerned Ministries and organizations, and adopting required measures in the relevant central and provincial offices. The MCN is responsible for evaluation and update of the NDCS with the assistance provided by other Ministries and institutions.http://www.mcn.gov.af/YesAfghanistan2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Afghanistan Counter Narcotics PoliceThe Counter Narcotics Police of Afghanistan (CNPA) is specialist force under the Afghan Ministry of the Interior. The CNPA is the lead agency for counter narcotics investigations in Afghanistan and has an establishment of some 3000 officersYesAfghanistan2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Afghanistan Border PoliceThe Afghan Border Police (ABP) secure Afghanistan's 5,529 kilometres (3,436 mi) border and international airports. The ABP is also responsible to administer the country's immigration process and administer customs regulations.YesAfghanistan2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Albania Court of TiranaThe Supreme Court, based in Tirana, is the highest judicial power in the Republic of Albania. Its main mission is to review, upon request of the parties, the decisions of the courts of lower instances.http://www.gjykataelarte.gov.al/yAlbania2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Algerian Ministere de la PosteYesAlgeria2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Algeria Telecom RegulatoryThe Regulatory Authority for Post and Telecommunications (ARPT) was created as part of the liberalization of postal and telecommunications markets. Their openness to competition and to promote the participation of private investment in these markets have been established by law No. 2000-03 of 5 August 2000 laying down general rules on post and telecommunications.
http://www.arpt.dz/fr/YesAlgeria2006Washington DC, USAISS World 2006 DC
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Antigua & Barbuda Royal Police ForceThe Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda are the law enforcement agency for Antigua and Barbuda. The current Commissioner is Gary Nelson. The force has 350 officers.http://www.ab.gov.ag/index.phpYesAntigua and Barbuda2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Argentina President Office SecurityThe State institutions mission is to preserve the heritage and the country's security is that there are those who are to contribute to national defense by protecting and ensuring the sovereignty and independence, territorial integrity, the ability to self-determination, life and freedom of the people and resources of the Nation.http://www.presidencia.gob.ar/nArgentina2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Australian Governmenthttp://australia.gov.au/YesAustralia2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Australian Federal PoliceThe Australian Federal Police (AFP) is the federal police agency of the Commonwealth of Australia. Although the AFP was created by the amalgamation in 1979 of three Commonwealth law enforcement agencies, it traces its history from Commonwealth law enforcement agencies dating back to the federation of Australia's six precursor British self-governing colonies in 1901.
The role of the AFP is to enforce Commonwealth of Australia criminal law and to protect Commonwealth and national interests from crime in Australia and overseas. The AFP is Australia's international law enforcement and policing representative, and the Government's chief source of advice on policing issues.
http://www.afp.gov.au/YesAustralia2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Australian Federal PoliceThe Australian Federal Police (AFP) is the federal police agency of the Commonwealth of Australia. Although the AFP was created by the amalgamation in 1979 of three Commonwealth law enforcement agencies, it traces its history from Commonwealth law enforcement agencies dating back to the federation of Australia's six precursor British self-governing colonies in 1901.
The role of the AFP is to enforce Commonwealth of Australia criminal law and to protect Commonwealth and national interests from crime in Australia and overseas. The AFP is Australia's international law enforcement and policing representative, and the Government's chief source of advice on policing issues.
http://www.afp.gov.au/about-the-afp.aspxYesAustralia2006Washington DC, USAISS World 2006 DC
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Australian EmbassyAn embassy is a permanent diplomatic mission of a group of people from one state present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.YesAustralia2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Australian Dept of Foreign AffairsAdvancing the interests of Australia and Australians Internationalityhttp://www.dfat.gov.au/YesAustralia2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Australian Communications AuthorityCurrent activities - Conferences, research, community awareness programs and relationship building

International activities - Anti-spam, child protection and spectrum usage. Includes the International Training Program
http://www.acma.gov.au/WEB/HOMEPAGE/PC=HOMEYesAustralia2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Australian Attorney-General's DepartmentThe Attorney-General's Department is an Australian Government Department. Its role is to serve the people of Australia by providing essential expert support to the Government in the maintenance and improvement of Australia's system of law and justice. It is also the central policy and co-coordinating element of the Attorney-General's portfolio for which the Attorney-General and Minister for Home Affairs are responsible.
The current secretary of the department is Roger Wilkins AO and the current Attorney-General is The Hon Nicola Roxon MP. The Vice-President of the Executive Council and Minister for Emergency Management is The Hon Robert McClelland MP. The Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Justice is The Hon Jason Clare MP. The Minister Assisting on Queensland Floods Recovery is The Hon Senator Joe Ludwig.
http://www.ag.gov.au/YesAustralia2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Australian Attorney-General's DepartmentThe Attorney-General's Department is an Australian Government Department. Its role is to serve the people of Australia by providing essential expert support to the Government in the maintenance and improvement of Australia's system of law and justice. It is also the central policy and co-coordinating element of the Attorney-General's portfolio for which the Attorney-General and Minister for Home Affairs are responsible.
The current secretary of the department is Roger Wilkins AO and the current Attorney-General is The Hon Nicola Roxon MP. The Vice-President of the Executive Council and Minister for Emergency Management is The Hon Robert McClelland MP. The Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Justice is The Hon Jason Clare MP. The Minister Assisting on Queensland Floods Recovery is The Hon Senator Joe Ludwig.
http://www.ag.gov.au/YesAustralia2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Austrian Federal Ministry for TechnologyOur job: to create and develop an intelligent and efficient infrastructure; to shape and promote innovative initiatives.

Mission statement: Our concern is with the wellbeing of our citizens nationwide and with making an active contribution to European integration. Our work is geared to developing Austria in a sustainable manner, making the country a desirable location and improving the quality of life of its citizens. To that end we work to secure conditions in which a fair balance of interests in society can be achieved in the areas of communications and mobility and we promote innovation and technology.
http://www.bmvit.gv.at/en/index.htmlYesAustria2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Austria Federal Network AgencyYesAustria2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Austria Federal Ministry of Interior (Bundesministerium fur Inneres)Based in Vienna, Bundesministerium für Inneres (the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior) is responsible for the internal administration of Austria, including management of the country’s police and security organizations. More than 40,000 people work for Bundesministerium für Inneres throughout Austria. The organization is also responsible for maintaining the data on all people registered in the country.
Business need:
Responsible for maintaining the national civil registry, which contains personal data on all Austrian residents, the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior needed the ability to provide secure, real-time access to the registry as required by law. With more than 2,300 cities and villages submitting data and changes, redundant data and registry access issues interfered with the collaboration and interoperability that the agency hoped to achieve. Without a way to manage, resolve and share this large volume of data, the Ministry struggled to gain insight into its citizens and their needs.
http://www.bmi.gv.at/cms/BMI_Zivilschutz/english_version/start.aspxYesAustria2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Austria Federal Ministry of Interior (Bundesministerium fur Inneres)Based in Vienna, Bundesministerium für Inneres (the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior) is responsible for the internal administration of Austria, including management of the country’s police and security organizations. More than 40,000 people work for Bundesministerium für Inneres throughout Austria. The organization is also responsible for maintaining the data on all people registered in the country.
Business need:
Responsible for maintaining the national civil registry, which contains personal data on all Austrian residents, the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior needed the ability to provide secure, real-time access to the registry as required by law. With more than 2,300 cities and villages submitting data and changes, redundant data and registry access issues interfered with the collaboration and interoperability that the agency hoped to achieve. Without a way to manage, resolve and share this large volume of data, the Ministry struggled to gain insight into its citizens and their needs.
http://www-01.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/CCLE-8JQUTL?OpenDocument&Site=default&cty=en_usYesAustria2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Bahrain Telecoms Regulatory AuthorityTo develop a competition led market for the provision of innovative communications services, available to all, which: encourages sustainable, economically efficient investment; respects the interests of consumers; fosters ecologically friendly initiatives; and supports the social and commercial welfare of the Kingdom of Bahrain.

To continue to build as an exemplar regulator within the region through thought leadership and to be the employer of choice by: investing in our people to develop a professional, passionate team; transparency and fairness in operations; and adherence to quality assurance.
http://www.tra.org.bh/en/home.asp?dfltlng=1YesBahrain2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Bahrain Public Prosecutionhttp://www.moj.gov.bh/YesBahrain2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Bahrain National Security AgencyThe National Security Agency or National Security Apparatus is an investigating authority in Bahrain that is associated with but not formally part of the Ministry of the Interior. The NSA was formed after King Hamad issued Decree No. 14 of 2002 declaring it as the replacement of the General Directorate for State Security InvestigationYesBahrain2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Bahrain Ministry of InteriorMaintaining security and public order, safety and law enforcement.http://www.interior.gov.bh/YesBahrain2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Bangladesh Signal Intelligence ForcesYesBangladesh2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Bangladesh Ministry of InteriorProvide security to life and property, maintain law and order, conduct rescue operations, investigate criminal cases, fight criminals, crimes and militancy, ensure humane treatment to prisoners, protect border and coastal belt, check smuggling, formulate immigration and emigration related policies and combat trafficking in humans and drugs. http://www.mha.gov.bd/YesBangladesh2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Belarus EmbassyAn embassy is a permanent diplomatic mission of a group of people from one state present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.YesBelarus2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Belgium Federal Policehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Police_(Belgium)YesBelgium2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Government of Botswanahttp://www.gov.bw/YesBotswana2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Botswana President's OfficeThe Ministry of State President comprises the Office of the President, the Minister for Presidential Affairs and Public Administration; the Minister of Defence, Justice and Securityhttp://www.gov.bw/en/Ministries--Authorities/Ministries/State-President/Office-of-the-President/About-the-Office-of-the-President/YesBotswana2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Botswana Police ServiceTo provide a professional policing service, in partnership with the community. “Providing a professional policing service” This is a pronouncement that appreciates that the organisation is in the business of policing in all its aspects. It also acknowledges the manner in which the organisation will evolve as it provides policing. A professional policing service pledges a service characterised by a high level of skill, competence, speed and attention to any emerging policing challenges.http://www.gov.bw/en/Ministries--Authorities/Ministries/State-President/Botswana-Police-Service-/YesBotswana2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Botswana Intelligence and SecurityYesBotswana2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Brunei Ministry of InteriorTogether ensuring excellent service, and socio-economic development.http://www.home-affairs.gov.bn/YesBrunei2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Embassy of BulgariaAn embassy is a permanent diplomatic mission of a group of people from one state present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.YesBulgaria2007Washington DC, USAISS World 2007 DC
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Bulgaria Ministry of InteriorNational services include: • National Security Service

• National Police Service

• National Fire Safety and Protection of Population Service
http://www.mvr.bg/en/default.htmYesBulgaria2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Bulgaria Ministry of InteriorNational services include: • National Security Service

• National Police Service

• National Fire Safety and Protection of Population Service
Bulgaria2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Bulgaria Ministry of DefenceExercising civilian control over the armed forces and the special services stems from the values of democratic civil society and is stipulated in the national legislation. The acts of legislation of the National Assembly establish the main regulatory mechanisms in the field of defence and national security.http://www.mod.bg/en/YesBulgaria2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Embassy of CameroonAn embassy is a permanent diplomatic mission of a group of people from one state present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.YesCameroon2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)The RCMP is Canada's national police service. Proud of our traditions and confident in meeting future challenges, we commit to preserve the peace, uphold the law and provide quality service in partnership with our communities. We will: be a progressive, proactive and innovative organization provide the highest quality service through dynamic leadership, education and technology in partnership with the diverse communities we serve be accountable and efficient through shared decision-making ensure a healthy work environment that encourages team building, open communication and mutual respect promote safe communities demonstrate leadership in the pursuit of excellencehttp://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/noCanada2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Royal Canadian Mountain Police (RCMP)The RCMP is Canada's national police service. Proud of our traditions and confident in meeting future challenges, we commit to preserve the peace, uphold the law and provide quality service in partnership with our communities. We will: be a progressive, proactive and innovative organization provide the highest quality service through dynamic leadership, education and technology in partnership with the diverse communities we serve be accountable and efficient through shared decision-making ensure a healthy work environment that encourages team building, open communication and mutual respect promote safe communities demonstrate leadership in the pursuit of excellencehttp://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/NoCanada2006Washington DC, USAISS World 2006 DC
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Royal Canadian Mountain Police (RCMP)The RCMP is Canada's national police service. Proud of our traditions and confident in meeting future challenges, we commit to preserve the peace, uphold the law and provide quality service in partnership with our communities. We will: be a progressive, proactive and innovative organization provide the highest quality service through dynamic leadership, education and technology in partnership with the diverse communities we serve be accountable and efficient through shared decision-making ensure a healthy work environment that encourages team building, open communication and mutual respect promote safe communities demonstrate leadership in the pursuit of excellencehttp://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/index-eng.htmYesCanada2007Washington DC, USAISS World 2007 DC
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Royal Canadian Mountain Police (RCMP)The RCMP is Canada's national police service. Proud of our traditions and confident in meeting future challenges, we commit to preserve the peace, uphold the law and provide quality service in partnership with our communities. We will: be a progressive, proactive and innovative organization provide the highest quality service through dynamic leadership, education and technology in partnership with the diverse communities we serve be accountable and efficient through shared decision-making ensure a healthy work environment that encourages team building, open communication and mutual respect promote safe communities demonstrate leadership in the pursuit of excellencehttp://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/YesCanada2007Washington DC, USAISS World 2007 DC
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PSEPC (Gov Canada)Canada2007Washington DC, USAISS World 2007 DC
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Government of Canadahttp://canada.gc.ca/YesCanada2007Washington DC, USAISS World 2007 DC
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Embassy of CanadaAn embassy is a permanent diplomatic mission of a group of people from one state present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.YesCanada2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Canada Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)The fundamental goal of CSIS is to be an outstanding national intelligence organization dedicated to serving the people of Canada, through its Government, with effectiveness and integrity.

In achieving our vision, we recognize that rapid change will continue to characterize the world in the future. Therefore, employees at all levels must be ready and able to deal successfully with changing priorities. This requires us to be adaptable, flexible and sensitive to emerging issues.
http://www.csis-scrs.gc.ca/index-eng.aspYesCanada2006Washington DC, USAISS World 2006 DC
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Canada Public SafetyAs Canada's lead department for public safety, Public Safety Canada works with five agencies and three review bodies. They are united in a single portfolio and report to the same minister. The result is better integration among federal organizations dealing with national security, emergency management, law enforcement, corrections, crime prevention and borders.

Together, these agencies have an annual budget of $6 billion and more than 52,000 employees working in every part of the country.
http://www.publicsafety.gc.cayesCanada2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Canada Public SafetyAs Canada's lead department for public safety, Public Safety Canada works with five agencies and three review bodies. They are united in a single portfolio and report to the same minister. The result is better integration among federal organizations dealing with national security, emergency management, law enforcement, corrections, crime prevention and borders.

Together, these agencies have an annual budget of $6 billion and more than 52,000 employees working in every part of the country.
http://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/index-eng.aspxYesCanada2006Washington DC, USAISS World 2006 DC
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Canada Ministry of JusticeTo achieve its strategic outcomes, the Department of Justice develops, provides guidance and implements policies, laws and programs in the areas of Aboriginal justice, criminal justice, family justice, access to justice and private international and public law.

The Department also provides responsive legal services and systems, including dispute prevention and resolution services, to government at large and to a number of portfolios: Justice; Aboriginal Affairs; Business and Regulatory Law; Central Agencies; Citizenship, Immigration and Public Safety; and Tax Law.
http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/index.htmlYesCanada2006Washington DC, USAISS World 2006 DC
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Canada Ministry of JusticeYesCanada2006Washington DC, USAISS World 2006 DC
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Canada Department of National DefenceThe Department of National Defence (French: Ministère de la Défense nationale), commonly referred to as the DND, and has been referred to within the Government of Canada as National Defence and the Canadian Forces, is a Canadian government department charged with the protection of Canada's national security, Canadian interests within the nation and abroad and the oversight of military and civilian elements. The Canadian Forces, the military element of the DND, is comprised three branches, the Royal Canadian Navy, the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Canadian Army.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Department_of_National_Defence_(Canada)yCanada2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Republic Ministry of Economic AffairsMinistry of Economic Affairs of the Republic of China is responsible for formulating policy and laws for industry and trade, foreign direct investment, energy, minerals, measurement standards, intellectual property, state-owned enterprises throughout the Free Area of the Republic of China. The ministry is a cabinet level government agency of the Executive Yuan. The current minister is Yen-Shiang Shih.
The ministry is sometimes abbreviated or refer to MOEA. The executive agency promotes industrial and economic policies which allows economic activity and growth, increased employment and investments in sector which are critical to Taiwan's economy. Taiwan's main exports are electronics, computers, telecommunications equipment, industrial design services and Creative industries/culture.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ministry_of_Economic_Affairs_(Republic_of_China)YesChina2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Macao PoliceThe Judiciary Police is a criminal investigation department subordinate to the Secretary for Security of the Macao S.A.R. We are responsible for crime prevention and investigation and are committed to providing investigative support to the judicial authorities.http://www.pj.gov.mo/1024/pj_en/content_en.htmNoChina2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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China Judiciary PoliceThe Judiciary Police is a criminal investigation department subordinate to the Secretary for Security of the Macao S.A.R. We are responsible for crime prevention and investigation and are committed to providing investigative support to the judicial authorities.http://www.pj.gov.mo/1024/pj_en/content_en.htmYesChina2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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China Customs & Excise DepartmentThe Customs and Excise Department (C&ED, simplified Chinese: ____; traditional Chinese: ____; Mandarin Pinyin: Xi_ngg_ng h_igu_n; Jyutping: hoeng1 gong2 hoi2gwaan1; Cantonese Yale: heung1 gong2 hoi2gwaan1) is a government agency responsible for the protection of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region against smuggling; the protection and collection of Government revenue on dutiable goods; the detection and deterrence of drug trafficking and abuse of controlled drugs; the protection of intellectual property rights; the protection of consumer interests; and the protection and facilitation of legitimate trade and upholding Hong Kong’s trading integrityhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Customs_and_Excise_Department_(Hong_Kong)YesChina2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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China Criminal Investigation BureauThe Ministry of Justice Investigation Bureau (Chinese: ______, MJIB) is a criminal-investigation and counter-intelligence agency of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of China. The agency is run by the Director General which is accountable to the cabinet level minister, Minister of Justice.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ministry_of_Justice_Investigation_BureauYesChina2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Embassy of CongoAn embassy is a permanent diplomatic mission of a group of people from one state present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.YesCongo2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Croatia PoliceThe police is a public service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Croatian, which performs certain duties prescribed by law, so called. police affairs. To perform police duties in the Ministry of Interior Police Act (Official Gazette no. 129/00) was established in the Police Directorate, as an administrative organization within the Ministry, while at the local level in the police department . Duties of Directors are:http://www.mup.hr/default.aspx?id=1257noCroatia2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Croatia Law Enforcement Monitoring CSITYesCroatia2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Government of Czech Republichttp://www.vlada.cz/en/YesCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Security InformationYesCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Police HeadquartersThe Police of the Czech Republic has general jurisdiction in the investigation of misdemeanors and crimes. Its proceedings are overseen by an independent prosecutor, who can bring charges in criminal matters. It does not have jurisdiction in fields falling within the competence of other specialized bodies, such as the Customs service, military police, judicial guard or the Secret service. P_R is the main investigative body of the Ministry of the Interior. It should not be confused with the municipal police, which may be established by a municipality and which supervises public order and road safety; municipal police also have jurisdiction only over misdemeanours, and in criminal investigations may serve only in a supportive role for the state police.
Some crimes (such as terrorism) are being solved in co-operation with intelligence agencies such as BIS or ÚZSI.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_of_the_Czech_RepublicNoCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Police HeadquartersThe Police of the Czech Republic has general jurisdiction in the investigation of misdemeanors and crimes. Its proceedings are overseen by an independent prosecutor, who can bring charges in criminal matters. It does not have jurisdiction in fields falling within the competence of other specialized bodies, such as the Customs service, military police, judicial guard or the Secret service. P_R is the main investigative body of the Ministry of the Interior. It should not be confused with the municipal police, which may be established by a municipality and which supervises public order and road safety; municipal police also have jurisdiction only over misdemeanours, and in criminal investigations may serve only in a supportive role for the state police.
Some crimes (such as terrorism) are being solved in co-operation with intelligence agencies such as BIS or ÚZSI.
http://en.iteg.cz/eu-subsidies-consulting/success-story-police-presidium/NoCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Police HeadquartersThe Police of the Czech Republic has general jurisdiction in the investigation of misdemeanors and crimes. Its proceedings are overseen by an independent prosecutor, who can bring charges in criminal matters. It does not have jurisdiction in fields falling within the competence of other specialized bodies, such as the Customs service, military police, judicial guard or the Secret service. P_R is the main investigative body of the Ministry of the Interior. It should not be confused with the municipal police, which may be established by a municipality and which supervises public order and road safety; municipal police also have jurisdiction only over misdemeanours, and in criminal investigations may serve only in a supportive role for the state police.
Some crimes (such as terrorism) are being solved in co-operation with intelligence agencies such as BIS or ÚZSI.
Czech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Ministry of InteriorThe Ministry of the Interior is a central governmental authority for home affairs, in particular for:
public order and other matters relating to internal order and security within its defined scope of competence, including supervision of road traffic safety
fire protection; etc. (http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/mission.aspx)
The Ministry of the Interior also
maintains the telecommunication network of the Police of the Czech Republic and provides guidance relating to encoding services;
cooperates with Interpol.
http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/mission.aspxYesCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Ministry of InteriorThe Ministry of the Interior is a central governmental authority for home affairs, in particular for:
public order and other matters relating to internal order and security within its defined scope of competence, including supervision of road traffic safety
fire protection; etc. (http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/mission.aspx)
The Ministry of the Interior also
maintains the telecommunication network of the Police of the Czech Republic and provides guidance relating to encoding services;
cooperates with Interpol.
YesCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Ministry of InteriorThe Ministry of the Interior is a central governmental authority for home affairs, in particular for:
public order and other matters relating to internal order and security within its defined scope of competence, including supervision of road traffic safety
fire protection; etc. (http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/mission.aspx)
The Ministry of the Interior also
maintains the telecommunication network of the Police of the Czech Republic and provides guidance relating to encoding services;
cooperates with Interpol.
Czech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Ministry of InteriorThe Ministry of the Interior is a central governmental authority for home affairs, in particular for:
public order and other matters relating to internal order and security within its defined scope of competence, including supervision of road traffic safety
fire protection; etc. (http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/mission.aspx)
The Ministry of the Interior also
maintains the telecommunication network of the Police of the Czech Republic and provides guidance relating to encoding services;
cooperates with Interpol.
http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/yCzech Republic2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Czech Republic Ministry of InteriorThe Ministry of the Interior is a central governmental authority for home affairs, in particular for:
public order and other matters relating to internal order and security within its defined scope of competence, including supervision of road traffic safety
fire protection; etc. (http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/mission.aspx)
The Ministry of the Interior also
maintains the telecommunication network of the Police of the Czech Republic and provides guidance relating to encoding services;
cooperates with Interpol.
http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/YesCzech Republic2007Washington DC, USAISS World 2007 DC
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Czech Republic Ministry of IndustryAreas of focus: Business support; Foreign trade; Consumer Protection; EU and Internal Market; Energy and raw materials; Industry and construction; e-Comm. and posthttp://www.mpo.cz/default_en.htmlYesCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Ministry of IndustryAreas of focus: Business support; Foreign trade; Consumer Protection; EU and Internal Market; Energy and raw materials; Industry and construction; e-Comm. and postCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Ministry of IndustryAreas of focus: Business support; Foreign trade; Consumer Protection; EU and Internal Market; Energy and raw materials; Industry and construction; e-Comm. and postCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Ministry of DefenceThe Ministry of Defence is the central authority of the state administration for ensuring the defence of the Czech Republic (CR) controls the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic (ACR) and administers the military regions.
As the authority for ensuring the nation’s defence, it contributes to the formation of a strategy for the military defence policy of the country, prepares a concept for operations planning of the state territory, suggests necessary defence arrangements to the government of CR, the Defence Council of CR, and the President of CR.
YesCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic Ministry of DefenceThe Ministry of Defence is the central authority of the state administration for ensuring the defence of the Czech Republic (CR) controls the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic (ACR) and administers the military regions.
As the authority for ensuring the nation’s defence, it contributes to the formation of a strategy for the military defence policy of the country, prepares a concept for operations planning of the state territory, suggests necessary defence arrangements to the government of CR, the Defence Council of CR, and the President of CR.
YesCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Czech Republic EmbassyAn embassy is a permanent diplomatic mission of a group of people from one state present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.YesCzech Republic2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Czech Republic Armed ForcesIt's the military that works in the interest of the defence of the realm.http://www.army.cz/en/YesCzech Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Congo Gouvernorat de BandunduBandundu is a province in the DRC that is occupied by rebel forces. It has been in dispute since the six-way Congo war started in the early 70s and the US has only granted the Bandundu government de facto recognition, as the state of Congolese territory remains dubious since the ICJ regiment has been pretty much ignored by Congo and Uganda after the UN Border Association's assessment of territory was rejected by both parties.yDemocratic Republic of Congo2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Denmark National Security and Intelligence Service (DSIS)In its capacity as the national security and intelligence service of Denmark, PET must prevent, investigate and counter operations and activities that pose or may pose a threat to the preservation of Denmark as a free, democratic and safe country. Therefore the main objective of the Service is to counter and fight threats against the national security and the safety of the population.http://www.pet.dk/English.aspxYesDenmark2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Denmark National Security and Intelligence Service (DSIS)In its capacity as the national security and intelligence service of Denmark, PET must prevent, investigate and counter operations and activities that pose or may pose a threat to the preservation of Denmark as a free, democratic and safe country. Therefore the main objective of the Service is to counter and fight threats against the national security and the safety of the population.http://www.pet.dk/English.aspxYesDenmark2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Denmark National Security and Intelligence Service (DSIS)In its capacity as the national security and intelligence service of Denmark, PET must prevent, investigate and counter operations and activities that pose or may pose a threat to the preservation of Denmark as a free, democratic and safe country. Therefore the main objective of the Service is to counter and fight threats against the national security and the safety of the population.YesDenmark2006Washington DC, USAISS World 2006 DC
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Denmark National Police (PET)The role and tasks of Politiets Efterretningstjeneste (abbreviated to PET or referred to as the Service)

In its capacity as the national security and intelligence service of Denmark, PET must prevent, investigate and counter operations and activities that pose or may pose a threat to the preservation of Denmark as a free, democratic and safe country. Therefore the main objective of the Service is to counter and fight threats against the national security and the safety of the population.

To preserve the national security is, however, not the only task of an intelligence service. An efficient and permanent preservation of the national security and order requires permanent, wide-ranging and co-ordinated efforts by a number of authorities.
http://www.google.co.uk/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=Danish+PoliceDenmark2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Denmark National Police (PET)The role and tasks of Politiets Efterretningstjeneste (abbreviated to PET or referred to as the Service)

In its capacity as the national security and intelligence service of Denmark, PET must prevent, investigate and counter operations and activities that pose or may pose a threat to the preservation of Denmark as a free, democratic and safe country. Therefore the main objective of the Service is to counter and fight threats against the national security and the safety of the population.

To preserve the national security is, however, not the only task of an intelligence service. An efficient and permanent preservation of the national security and order requires permanent, wide-ranging and co-ordinated efforts by a number of authorities.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_of_DenmarkNoDenmark2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Denmark National Police (PET)The role and tasks of Politiets Efterretningstjeneste (abbreviated to PET or referred to as the Service)

In its capacity as the national security and intelligence service of Denmark, PET must prevent, investigate and counter operations and activities that pose or may pose a threat to the preservation of Denmark as a free, democratic and safe country. Therefore the main objective of the Service is to counter and fight threats against the national security and the safety of the population.

To preserve the national security is, however, not the only task of an intelligence service. An efficient and permanent preservation of the national security and order requires permanent, wide-ranging and co-ordinated efforts by a number of authorities.
http://www.pet.dk/English.aspxYesDenmark2006Washington DC, USAISS World 2006 DC
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Denmark National Police (PET)The role and tasks of Politiets Efterretningstjeneste (abbreviated to PET or referred to as the Service)

In its capacity as the national security and intelligence service of Denmark, PET must prevent, investigate and counter operations and activities that pose or may pose a threat to the preservation of Denmark as a free, democratic and safe country. Therefore the main objective of the Service is to counter and fight threats against the national security and the safety of the population.

To preserve the national security is, however, not the only task of an intelligence service. An efficient and permanent preservation of the national security and order requires permanent, wide-ranging and co-ordinated efforts by a number of authorities.
http://www.politi.dk/en/servicemenu/home/YesDenmark2007Washington DC, USAISS World 2007 DC
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Consulate of DenmarkAn embassy is a permanent diplomatic mission of a group of people from one state present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.YesDenmark2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Dominican Republic Policia NacionalThe Dominican National Police (Spanish: Policía Nacional Dominicana) is the national police force of the Dominican Republic. It is the largest police force in the Dominican Republic under the control of the Ministry of Interior and Police. Its main function is to protect the Dominican nation, enforce the law by constitutional mandate to maintain and guarantee the necessary conditions for public freedoms and rights and to ensure peaceful cohabitation among the population.NoDominican Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Dominican Republic National ArmyNoDominican Republic2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Dominican RepublicyDominican Republic2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Dominican Policia NacionalThe Dominican National Police (Spanish: Policía Nacional Dominicana) is the national police force of the Dominican Republic. It is the largest police force in the Dominican Republic under the control of the Ministry of Interior and Police. Its main function is to protect the Dominican nation, enforce the law by constitutional mandate to maintain and guarantee the necessary conditions for public freedoms and rights and to ensure peaceful cohabitation among the population.http://www.policianacional.gob.do/V2/Default.aspxYesDominican Republic2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Government of Egypthttp://www.egypt.gov.eg/english/YesEgypt2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Government of EgyptYesEgypt2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Embassy of EgyptAn embassy is a permanent diplomatic mission of a group of people from one state present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.YesEgypt2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Egypt Telecommunications RegulatoryThe National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (NTRA) was established in accordance with the provision of Law No. 10, for the year 2003 'the Telecommunications Regulation Law' as a national authority to administer the telecommunication sector, considering transparency, open competition, universal service and protection of user rights as a general outline for NTRA scope of work. The ideal commanding the activities of NTRA is to become an active pace maker within the telecom sector, building the capacity and the reputation, which allows it to be an independent and prudent arbiter among the different stakeholders in the sector; the industry, the state and the consumer.http://www.tra.gov.eg/english/main.aspYesEgypt2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Egypt National Security Agencyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_Security_IntelligenceYesEgypt2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Egypt Ministry of Interiorhttp://www.moiegypt.gov.eg/english/YesEgypt2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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Estonian Forensic Science InstituteOur mission is to provide the value of truth through forensic examination and investigation in order to ensure legal order in the country, doing so professionally and in a way that makes the best use of resources for society, and contributing to the fair treatment of people and the protection of their legal rights.http://www.ekei.ee/?set_lang_id=2NoEstonia2008Prague, CZISS World 2008 Prague
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Ethiopian Federal Ethics and Anti-corruption CommissionEthics and anti-corruption education is at the heart of the Commission’s long-term corruption prevention strategy. In its effort to promote ethics and anti-corruption education, the Commission has focused on providing Training of Trainers (ToT) to would-be trainers who will, in turn, be training thousands of Ethiopians. Such an approach is believed to be vitally important in enhancing multiplicity of skills and knowledge through well trained personnel and professionals. http://www.feac.gov.et/web_collection/Com_report_english.htmyEthiopia2009Washington DC, USAISS World 2009 DC
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Ethiopia Ministry of InteriorYesEthiopia2008Dubai, UAEISS World 2008 Dubai
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Ethiopia Ministry of DefenceThe Ministry of National Defense of Ethiopia is a cabinet level office in charge of defense related matters of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. It oversees the Ethiopian National Defense Force and Ethiopian Defense Industry.YesEthiopia2007Dubai, UAEISS World 2007 Dubai
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