Underlying documents mentioned in the Royal Commission report and Counter-Terrorism Strategy

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From: Sebastian

Dear Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,

This is a request for certain documents underlying the 15 March Royal Commission report and Counter-Terrorism Strategy.

I request copies of these five documents underlying the Royal Commission report:

1. The 2013 National Assessments Bureau assessment titled "Far Right Rising: A Dangerous Myth"

2. The August 2018 draft National Risk Register; failing that, I request a copy of this document’s Terrorism Risk Profile

3. The September 2018 National Assessments Bureau Global Terrorism Update; failing that, I request a copy of this report’s “extreme right terrorism” annex

4. The 2018 Counter-Terrorism Strategic Framework

5. The latest Security and Intelligence Board annual strategic assessment prior to 15 March 2019

And I request copies of these six documents underlying the Counter-Terrorism Strategy:

1. The Counter-Terrorism System Capability Review

2. The Counter-Terrorism Work Programme

3. The Counter-Terrorism Implementation Plan

4. The High-Level Framework for the Prevention of Violent Extremism

5. The Public Information Action Plan

6. The Counter-Terrorism Playbook. If the “Counter-Terrorism Handbook” is a separate document, I request a copy of this as well

Yours faithfully,

Sebastian

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