Regional Maritime Intelligence and Information Team (ReMIIT)

What is ReMIIT?

The Regional Maritime Intelligence and Information Team (ReMIIT) is a multi agency maritime border intelligence forum that serves to underpin national and regional border security with up to date information and intelligence concerning crime and terrorism.

Who is involved with ReMIIT?

The following direct partners / agencies are involved

  • Border and Immigration Agency UKBA/F
  • British Transport Police (BTP)
  • Cheshire Police
  • Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
  • Cumbria police
  • Department for Works and Pensions (DWP)
  • Greater Manchester Police
  • Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs UKBA/F
  • Isle of Man Police
  • Lancashire Police
  • Marine & Fisheries Agency (MFA)
  • Maritime and Coastguard (MCA)
  • Merseyside Police
  • N2 Defence Debrief Team (via NPAC)
  • National Co-coordinator Ports Policing (NCPP)
  • National Ports Analysis Centre (NPAC)
  • North Wales Police
  • Port of Liverpool Police
  • Roads Policing Unit
  • Seaport Commanders Group
  • SOCA
  • Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA)

The ReMIIT is a comprehensive initiative aimed at drawing together both public agency and private sector maritime stakeholders at all levels and empowering them to work in partnership toward the core objective of securing the UK Border.

How you can help

If you have any information concerning suspicious, criminal or terrorist related activity associated with the maritime arena then don't hesitate to contact:

If it is urgent then call 999.