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  1. 1. Presentation on ID CardsPresentation on ID Cards of UK & Franceof UK & France Group-3Group-3
  2. 2. Members of the TeamMembers of the Team Name and Designation Remarks Mr. Shah Nawaz Election Commissioner Election Commission Bangladesh Team Leader Mr. Md Mokhleseur Rahman Additional Secretary Election Commission Secretariat Member Brig.Gen Sultanuzzaman Md. Saleh* Project Director IDEA Project Member Mr. Md Saiful Haque Chowdhury Senior Assistant Chief Election Commission Secretariat Member
  3. 3. Common design & SecurityCommon design & Security Features for EuropeFeatures for Europe • On 4 December 2006, all European Union member states agreed to adopt the following common designs and minimum security standards for national identity cards that were in the draft resolution of 15 November 2006: • Material – The card can be made with paper core that is laminated on both sides or made entirely of a synthetic substrate. • Biographical data – The biographical data on the card is to be machine readable.
  4. 4. Status of ID Cards in EuropeStatus of ID Cards in Europe • 25 EEA countries have National ID Card out of 30 countries. • UK, Denmark, Norway, Ireland & Lichtenstein do not have any ID Cards • Hitler uses ID Cards to select Jews for execution • Privacy issue is always a concern
  5. 5. Following countries accept the national identity card as a travel document : Germany Spain Italy Portugal Czech Republic Austria , Estonia Latvia Romania Iceland Belgium , Finland Lithuania UK Liechtenstein Bulgaria , Greece Luxembou rg Slovakia Norway Cyprus Hungary Netherland s Slovenia Switzerland Croatia Ireland Poland Sweden Egypt Tunisia
  6. 6. UK’s ID Card • Three forms of ID Cards are using in the U.K.: – Age Entitlement Card/PASS card/Civilian Card – Driving License & – Card of Professional bodies
  7. 7. UK’s ID CardUK’s ID Card • National Identity card cancellation • Under the terms of the Identity Documents Act 2010, identity cards ceased to be legal documents on 21 January 2011. The government introduced the Identity Documents Act 2010 which received royal assent on 21 December 2010. The act brings into law: • the cancellation of the UK national identity card • the identification card for EEA nationals • the provision for the destruction of the National Identity Register
  8. 8. Security features of CardSecurity features of Card 1. PASS logo hologram common on every card 2. 100: Proof displayed under UV light – common on every card 3. Cardholder specific information on top of the photo image displayed under UV light – unique to each card 4. Age Group Classification integrated with photo image – common on every card 5. Photo image integrated into each card – unique to each card
  9. 9. Security features of CardSecurity features of Card 6. Photo image integrated into card design – unique to each card 7. 100% Proof displayed under UV light on top of photo image displayed under UV light common to every card 8. 100% Proof displayed under UV light – common to every card 9. QR Code – database confirmation of cardholder identity – unique to each card 10. Cardholder nominated ICE (In Case of Emergency) contact number in case of help or assistance being needed.
  10. 10. The Most Secure CardThe Most Secure Card • The Age Entitlement Card carries the PASS Hologram and meets the PASS standard layout. It comprises a 16 digit, unique cardholder number which meets Cabinet Office Identity Assurance Programme Level 3, the highest standard outside of a fully biometric card.
  11. 11. Trusted ID & proof of ageTrusted ID & proof of age PASS is endorsed by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), the Home Office and the Securities Industry Association (SIA) which is the professional body for door staff. Age Entitlement Card complies with the Proof of Age Standards Scheme (PASS), the UK’s official national scheme for proof of age cards.
  12. 12. A better way to prove your ageA better way to prove your age • Age Entitlement card • Accepted by bars, nightclubs, cinemas and retailers • PASS is endorsed by UK Home Office, Police and Trading Standards
  13. 13. The Security Industry AuthorityThe Security Industry Authority (SIA)(SIA) • The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is the organization responsible for regulating the private security industry. We are an independent body reporting to the Home Secretary, under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001. We have two main duties. One is the compulsory licensing of individuals undertaking designated activities within the private security industry; the other is to manage the voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme, which measures private security suppliers against independently assessed criteria.
  14. 14. French National ID CardFrench National ID Card
  15. 15. French National ID CardFrench National ID Card • The French national identity card ( French: Carte nationale d’identité sécurisée or CNIS) of France is an official non-compulsory identity document consisting of a laminated plastic card bearing a photograph, name and address.It is introduced on 1st October 1994.
  16. 16. French National ID CardFrench National ID Card • Identity cards, valid for a period of 15 years (extended from initially 10 years as of the 1st of January 2014, are issued by the local préfecture, Police (Paris), or in French consulates (abroad) and are free of charge. A fingerprint of the holder is taken, which is stored in paper files and which can only be accessed by a judge in closely defined circumstances. A central database duplicates the information on the card, but strict laws limit access to the information and prevent it being linked to other databases or records.
  17. 17. French National ID CardFrench National ID Card • The cards may be used to verify identity and nationality and may also be used for travel within the European Union and certain other countries such as Macedonia, instead of a passport. The cards are widely used for other purposes —for example when opening a bank account, or when making a payment by cheque.
  18. 18. The French ID EvolutionThe French ID Evolution
  19. 19. ProceduresProcedures • The applicant must come in person to collect his/her ID card, and must return the previous one as it belongs to the French State. • Children under 18 don’t need to come in person, but parents or legal guardian must bring their family book or any documentation proving the parental authority. • If you have not collected your ID card within 3 months of the “ready” date (click here to know if it is ready to collect), it will be destroyed. • You don’t need an appointment to collect your ID card, but we strongly advise you to come in the afternoon: • Monday to Thursday: 12.30pm to 4.45pm Friday: 12.30pm to 3pm
  20. 20. ProceduresProcedures • It is not an obligatory document, is provided free of charge (except for in case of loss, theft, or disappearance of the former card), and is valid for 10 +5 years.
  21. 21. ProceduresProcedures • In order to simplify the administrative procedure, justifications of (b) ID, © civil status and (d) nationality specified below are no longer required when the applicant presents one of the following: an electronic or biometric passport; or an old secured national ID card (plasticized); or a non-secured passport, valid or expired for up to 2 years maximum; or an old non-secured national ID card (cardboard paper) valid or up to 2 years after its expiration.
  22. 22. ProceduresProcedures • Only documents in following sections (a), (e), (f), (h) and (i) will be necessary. (a) An application form, completed and signed onsite. (b) One justification of identity among the following: For a renewal, the former national ID card (if it is missing, the applicant must pay the chancery fee according to the current exchange rate); For a first-time request, an ID card or any other official document bearing a photo.
  23. 23. To obtain a national identity card:To obtain a national identity card: • 1. You should ask at your town hall for the creation of your file. 2. The mayor will send your file prefecture instruction and validation. 3. Your file is validated, the national identity card will be produced and shipped at the town hall by the production center of Limoges (city/Commune). 4. Your mayor will give you the title of identity. 5. Since 1 January 2014, national ID cards are valid for 15 years for adults.
  24. 24. RecommendationsRecommendations • Robust IT infrastructure must be in place i.e. Data Centre (DC), Disaster Recovery Systems (DRS), Connectivity (VPN) • Card must be flexible enough for verification-both human and machine • Challenges must be known before introducing the card • Hologram, color photo, UV features are pertinent for the card
  25. 25. RecommendationsRecommendations • Automation in receiving, verification, authorization and delivery process • Individual information sharing should be well judged w.r.t .bio-metric and other sensitive information. • Database and printing card should be a centralized activity