Who is responsible for reporting suspicious foreign visitor behavior?
Public safety and security is everyone’s responsibility. If you see suspicious activity, report it to local law enforcement or a person of authority using the “5W’s”.
When should you report foreign travel?
ALL foreign travel is required to be reported. Click here and complete this form at least 14 days prior to travel. All travel should be considered approved from a security perspective once submitted.
When you possess a security clearance which types of foreign travel must you report?
Covered persons must now report all unofficial foreign travel and foreign contacts. Foreign travel must be reported before the trip unless it’s an unexpected crossing into Mexico or Canada, which can be reported within five days of return.
Who do I report suspicious activity to?
If you have information that you think may assist the Police in relation to specific incidents or investigations, you can pass it on to Crime Stoppers by phoning 1800 333 000. Alternatively, you can submit the information online, via the NSW Police Force website.
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA/DL-3) administers requests for visits by foreign nationals to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, and the DoD Agencies, and their contractors.
Who is considered a foreign contact?
Section 19 – Foreign Contacts:
Provide any foreign national whom you have, or have had, close and/or continuing contact with within the last seven years with whom you, or your spouse, or cohabitant are bound by affection, influence, common interest, and/or obligation.
What is a reportable foreign contact?
As a general rule, you should report any relationship with a foreign national that involves bonds of friendship, affection or personal obligation. Contact with a representative or an element of a foreign government that is not part of your official duties should also be reported.
How do I report a security clearance issue?
As an individual who has been granted a security clearance by USDA, you are required to report the following issues to the Personnel & Document Security Division (PDSD) at (202) 720-7373 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What must be reported for security clearance?
All holders of a security clearance must keep their security office informed about anything that might have a bearing on their continued eligibility for access to classified information or that might signal an increased vulnerability to foreign intelligence targeting.
What should I report to FSO?
Report the information to your Facility Security Officer (FSO)
Financial Consideration incidents include, but are not limited to:
- Foreclosure or short sale.
- Debts to collections.
- Charge offs.
- Wage garnishments.
- Tax lien or tax levy.