Conclusion In Canada, three mechanisms for the review of matters of national security exist in addition to the work done by the Auditor General: they are the Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC), the Inspector General of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, and the Commissioner of the Communications Security Establishment.
What does SIRC stand for?
SIRC stands for Security Intelligence Review Committee (Canada)
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- Seafarer's Identification and Record Book (International Registries, Inc.)
- Self Inflating Resuscitation Bag
- Site Investigation and Restoration Branch (Delaware)
- Social Science, Behavioral and Education Institutional Review Board (Michigan State University)
- Software Industry Research Board
- Source Instructions Reused By Others
- Safety Input Review Committee
- School Improvement Resource Center
- Seafarers International Research Centre
- Secure Internet Relay Chat
- Sensory Integration Resource Center
- Shuttle Imaging Radar-C
- Snow and Ice Research Center (National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention; Japan)
- Social Issues Research Centre (Oxford, UK)
- Solicitors Introduction and Referral Code (UK)
- Sport Information Resource Centre
- Staten Island Railroad Corporation
- Styrene Information and Research Center (Arlington, VA)
- Sydney ITeC Repair Centre (Australia)
- Securities Industry Research Centre of Asia-Pacific (Australian and New Zealand universities)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Porter was appointed chair of the five-member Security Intelligence Review Committee by Harper only one year ago to oversee the Canadian Security Intelligence Service that challenged his "credibility and contributions to Canada, notably with regard to my role as the chair of the Security and Intelligence Review Committee.
Ron Atkey, a prominent lawyer who chaired the Security Intelligence Review Committee, revealed at the Air India inquiry yesterday he wanted major concerns related to CSIS such as tape erasures to be investigated.
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service "failed to give proper attention to two important matters: human rights issues and Mr Khadr's age when the interviews were conducted," the report by Canada's Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC) determined.