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The UK Intelligence Community

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Transcript of The UK Intelligence Community

UK Parliament
Chair
Sir Malcolm Rifkind

The UK Intelligence Community
Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) &
Joint Intelligence Organisation (JIO)
National Security Council (NSC) &
National Security Secretariat (NSS)
Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC)
Delivering high quality analysis to direct frontline enforcement and compliance efforts to best effect.
Cyber Intelligence & Response Team
Intelligence and Security Committee (Est. 1994)
JIC Chair, Head of JIO & Assessments Staff
Sir Jon Day
(Also Professional Head of Intelligence Analysis)
Cabinet Office Briefing Rooms (COBR)
National Security Advisor,
Head of NSS
Sir Kim Darroch
Chief of Defence Intelligence
Rear Admiral Alan Richards
Location of committee to coordinate government response to national and international crises
Often referred to in media as 'COBRA' (Cabinet Office Briefing Room A)
Located on 1st Floor
'C'
Sir John Sawers
Foreign Secretary
William Hague
Director General
Andrew Parker
Director
Sir Ian Lobban
*due to stand down end of 2014
Home Secretary
Theresa May
Foreign Secretary
William Hague
Research Analysts
Central Intelligence Machinery
JIO
Est.
1957
Funding
: Cabinet Office Dept Budget
Staff
: 40 secondees (approx)
Mission
: Supporting the work of the JIC and NSCl. Setting professional standards for intelligence analysis in HMG
National Counter Terrorism Network
Est.
1919 (Government Code & Cypher School)
Staff
: 6,132 (approx, FY 2011-12)
Central Mission
: safeguarding the UK from cyber attack, terrorism, espionage and serious crime
JIC
Est.
1936 (moved to Cabinet Office, 1957)
Function
: directing national intelligence organisations on behalf of UK Cabinet
Senior officials from SIS, GCHQ, Security Service, Home Office, DFID and HMT routinely attend the JIC, along with others as necessary
Est.
2010 (along with NSS)
Function
: main forum for collective decision-making about the government’s national security objectives and how best to deliver them
Est.
1909 (Security Service Bureau)
Staff
: 3,200 (approx, FY 2011-12)
Funding
: SIA
Mission
: Supporting the interests of the British government with reference to defence and foreign policy priorities, economic well-being and combating serious crime
Est.
1909 (Security Service Bureau)
Staff
: 3,800 (approx)
Funding
: SIA
Mission
: Protection of UK national security, particularly against threats from terrorism, espionage & sabotage
Est.
1964 (Defence Intelligence Staff), Renamed Defence Intelligence in 2009
Staff
: 4,000 (approx), 400 in Head Office, 60:40 military/civilian
Funding
: Defence Budget
Mission
: delivering high quality decision-making support through the analysis of all-source intelligence to UK and Defence customers
Est.
2003
Staff
: Secondees from 16 government departments & agencies
Function
: analysis and assessment of international terrorism, setting UK threat levels and providing early warning
Est.
1943 (The Research Department)
Staff
: 46, approx (mainly members of diplomatic service)
Function
: delivering authoritative, academically informed research to support the work of FCO ministers.
Est.
2013 (replaced Serious Organised Crime Agency, SOCA),
Non-ministerial government department
Funding
: £494m
Staff
: 4,500 officers
Mission
: tackling serious and organised crime, strengthening the UK's borders, fighting fraud and cyber crime, and protecting children and young people from sexual abuse and exploitation.  
Parliamentary Oversight
: Home Affairs Committee
Single Intelligence Account
(SIA)

£1.9bn (FY 2014-15)
£2bn (FY 2015-16)

SIS, Security Service, GCHQ
Est.
2006
Staff
: 1,500 officers & staff
Function
: tackling the threat of terrorism at a local, national and international level through operations, intelligence and investigative functions.
Counter-Terrorism Command (SO15)
Providing warning and situational awareness of cyber threats against online services to support departmental risk-based decision making.
Risk and Intelligence Service
NCA Director
Kieth Bristow
Home Secretary
Theresa May
Office for Security & Counter Terrorism
Director General
Charles Farr (appointed 2007)
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