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book presents a comprehensive source document on intelligence and security
oversight and review. It compares the oversight arrangements found in nine
countries-New Zealand, Australia, Canada, United States, United Kingdom,
Germany, Netherlands, Norway and South Africa. This is done through an analysis
of a wide range of areas including statutory basis, agencies overseen,
membership, tenure, appointment/dismissal, mandate, powers, access to
classified information, complaints function, reporting and, in the case of
parliamentary committees, the frequency of meetings. Within an annotated
bibliography section Richardson and Gilmour also provide detailed summaries of
other relevant research and commentary aligned with oversight and review
Security Oversight: An Annotated Bibliography and Comparative Analysis comprehensively
demonstrates the powers and limitations placed with, and on, oversight bodies,
appealing to academics, researchers and practitioners in the intelligence and
Richardson is a Senior Customs Officer for the New Zealand Customs Service.
Sophie holds a Bachelors degree from the University of Auckland (Psychology and
Maori Studies) and a Masters degree from Massey University (International
Security, endorsement in Intelligence). In her short time in the public service
Sophie has worked not only with New Zealand Customs, but also the New Zealand
Police and the Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security.
Sophie has worked with Dr Gilmour previously to co-author an article on the
impacts of cyber crime on national security in New Zealand.
Nicholas Gilmour is a former police officer and international policing expert.
He holds a wealth of policing experience achieved during careers with the
Lancashire Constabulary in the UK and the New Zealand Police. From 2010-2013,
he worked in the Middle East as a principle policing advisor for Abu Dhabi
Police. Nicholas holds a Doctorate in criminal justice from the University of
Portsmouth (UK) and a Masters Degree in the prevention of transnational crime
from the University of Wollongong (Australia). His most recent research and
publications have focused on the prevention of money laundering, organised
crime, and intelligence.