As CISC’s governing body, the National Executive Committee provides strategic leadership to ensure that CISC is able to fulfill its operational mandate. Meeting twice annually, the committee is comprised of 24 leaders from Canada’s law enforcement community and is chaired by the Commissioner of the RCMP.
The Supervisory Committee is comprised of the CISC Director General (Chair), Provincial Bureau Directors and the CISC Deputy Directors General. The committee assists the Director General in fulfilling the CISC Mandate and implementing the decisions reached by the National Executive Committee. The committee meets quarterly.
The ACIIS Governance Committee oversees the ACIIS program in terms of developing and implementing the policies, procedures and functionality required to meet the data storage and retrieval needs of the Canadian criminal intelligence community. The committee is also responsible for the planning, development and implementation of the next generation criminal intelligence system for Canada.
Comprised of senior law enforcement officials from across Canada, the committee’s activities are carried out primarily under the direction of its three sub-comittees: Policy and Procedures, Technology, and User Requirements.
Central Bureau, led by the CISC Director General, is accountable to the CISC National Executive Committee. Under the governance of Policing Support Services, the Chief Criminal Intelligence Executive (CCIE) is responsible to provide administrative support to CISC. Located at the RCMP Headquarters in Ottawa, Central Bureau consists of RCMP employees and secondments from other law enforcement agencies.