TIP screening questions and interdepartmental joint assessment mechanism

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Dear Customs and Excise Department,

1. Please provide details on any standardized protocols and procecdural differences in the conduct of TIP assessments by the C&E Department, Immigration Department, Labour Department, and Police pursuant to the interdepartmental joint assessment mechanism. In particular, please explain how cases are assigned or allocated to each department and their respective screening methods (i.e. including guidelines and explanation of common practices). If your department does not possess information on other departments or the interdepartmental joint assessment mechanism, please confirm this and provide the requested information for your department only.

2. Regarding Tier 1 and 2 screenings for TIP assessments carried out by your department, please provide the standard list(s) of questions (or procedural guidelines guiding any variation in questioning).

Yours faithfully,

Charlie

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Freedom of Information request - TIP screening questions and
interdepartmental joint assessment mechanism

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Dear Customs and Excise Department,

1. Please provide details on any standardized protocols and procecdural
differences in the conduct of TIP assessments by the C&E Department,
Immigration Department, Labour Department, and Police pursuant to the
interdepartmental joint assessment mechanism. In particular, please explain
how cases are assigned or allocated to each department and their respective
screening methods (i.e. including guidelines and explanation of common
practices). If your department does not possess information on other
departments or the interdepartmental joint assessment mechanism, please
confirm this and provide the requested information for your department
only.

2. Regarding Tier 1 and 2 screenings for TIP assessments carried out by
your department, please provide the standard list(s) of questions (or
procedural guidelines guiding any variation in questioning).

Yours faithfully,

Charlie

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From:        Charlie Yeung <[FOI #554 email]>
To:        FOI requests at Customs and Excise Department
<[Customs and Excise Department request email]>
Date:        12/01/2021 11:39
Subject:        Freedom of Information request - TIP screening questions
and interdepartmental joint assessment mechanism

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Dear Customs and Excise Department,

1. Please provide details on any standardized protocols and procecdural
differences in the conduct of TIP assessments by the C&E Department,
Immigration Department, Labour Department, and Police pursuant to the
interdepartmental joint assessment mechanism. In particular, please
explain how cases are assigned or allocated to each department and their
respective screening methods (i.e. including guidelines and explanation of
common practices). If your department does not possess information on
other departments or the interdepartmental joint assessment mechanism,
please confirm this and provide the requested information for your
department only.

2. Regarding Tier 1 and 2 screenings for TIP assessments carried out by
your department, please provide the standard list(s) of questions (or
procedural guidelines guiding any variation in questioning).

Yours faithfully,

Charlie

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This is a request under the Code of Access to Information facilitated via
the accessinfo.hk website.

Please use this email address for all replies to this request:
[FOI #554 email]

Is [Customs and Excise Department request email] the wrong address for Freedom of
Information requests to Customs and Excise Department? If so, please
contact us using this form:
[1]https://accessinfo.hk/en/change_request/...

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