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  • MDAT - GOG ReCAAP Brief

    12 June 2018 OFFICIAL

  • ReCAAP Brief

    • Overview • Operating Model • MDAT GOG Outputs • Maritime Security Chart • Case Study

    OFFICIAL

  • ReCAAP Brief

    • Overview

    OFFICIAL

  • • A virtual reporting mechanism supporting the interregional architecture defined by the Yaoundé Code of Conduct.

    • Contributes to the safety of mariners, of regional and global shipping, and supports regional economies.

    • Maintains coherent maritime situational awareness in the Central and Western African maritime space, with the ability to inform, warn and support industry, contributing to the safety and security of the mariner.

    • All vessels are encouraged to report to the MDAT-GoG using the existing reporting formats. – These can be found on SHOM Chart 8801CSD, or UKHO Chart Q6114, dated 30

    June 2016, to allow them to report their vessels when transiting the revised Voluntary Reporting Area (VRA).

    MDAT-GoG main principles (1)

    OFFICIAL

  • MDAT-GoG main principles (2) • Masters are requested to call MDAT-GoG at the time of any

    incident occurring. This phone number is monitored permanently and allows the MDAT-GoG to enable their regional contacts.

    • MDAT – GoG reports are primarily based upon information sent by vessels using the Voluntary Reporting scheme. Masters and CSOs are encouraged to report as early as possible, events or sightings with as much detail as possible to allow MDAT-GOG to initiate the appropriate response.

    • The information supplied by vessels is treated as commercially confidential.

  • ReCAAP Brief

    • Overview • Operating Model

    OFFICIAL

  • Monitor

    Inform

    Report

    Publish

    Respond

    MDAT-GOG

    VRA Shipping Reports ‘Daily, Initial, Final’

    ‘Phone Calls’

    MDAT – GOG Output ‘Advisories’

    MDAT – GOG Output ‘Warnings’

    Regional MOC’s CRESMAO CRESMAC

    REGIONAL CMC’S RESPONSE CENTRES

    MDAT – GOG Output ‘Weekly Reports’

    Maritime Threat Awareness

    MDAT-GOG Operating Model OFFICIAL

  • ReCAAP Brief

    • Overview • Operating Model • MDAT GOG Outputs

    – Advisory Notice – Warning Notice – Weekly Report

    OFFICIAL

  • Advisory 004/MAY/2018

    1. Category: Attempted Boarding

    2. Description: On 23th May 2018 at 2310UTC. MV reported an attempted boarding in psn 06-15.9N 003-12.2E (Lagos anchorage) Intruder was sighted on deck, crew raised alarm and intruder jumped overboard and escaped in a skiff. Crew and ship are SAFE.

    3. Source: Reported to MDAT-GoG via email.

    4. Any queries regarding this Warning Notice ring 0033 298 22 88 88 for further

    information.

    THIS ADVISORY is not classified as a Maritime Security Event and has not been verified by MDAT-GoG. This information is provided to inform maritime situational awareness for mariners operating in the region. MDAT-GoG is not responsible for the accuracy of this reporting.

    MDAT-GOG Watchkeeper Email: watchkeepers@mdat-gog.org Emergency Tel: +33(0) 298 22 88 88

    MDAT-GOG Advisory

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    mailto:watchkeepers@mdat-gog.org

  • MDAT-GOG Warning

    Warning 003/MAR/2018

    1. Category: POSSIBLE ATTACK IN PROGRESS

    2. Description: On 27th March 1600Z UTC 2018 two fishing vessels are reported to be under attack in position 04°10’N – 002°19’E (100nm South of Cotonou, BENIN).

    Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution in this area.

    3. Source: Mail

    4. Any queries regarding this Warning Notice ring 0033 298 22 88 88 for further information.

    MDAT-GOG Watchkeeper Email: watchkeepers@mdat-gog.org Emergency Tel: +33(0) 298 22 88 88

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    mailto:watchkeepers@mdat-gog.org

  • MDAT-GOG Weekly Report

    OFFICIAL

    1

    INCIDENT DISPOSITION IN THIS ISSUE

    OVERVIEW MDAT – GoG reports are primarily based upon information sent by vessels using the Voluntary Reporting scheme. Masters and CSOs are encouraged to report as early as possible, events or sightings with as much detail as possible to allow MDAT-GOG to initiate the appropriate response. Sometimes incomplete reports cause delay to the issue of warnings and our ability to contact Local Navy assets for assistance. Masters are requested to call MDAT-GoG (+33 298 228888) at the time of any incident occurring. This phone number is monitored permanently (24/7). It is requested the Masters contact MDAT-GoG as soon as possible to facilitate quicker actions by the MDAT-GoG and their regional contacts. Details can be found on SHOM Chart 8801CSD or UKHO Chart Q6114, 30 June 2016, to allow them to report their vessels when transiting the revised Voluntary Reporting Area (VRA), also described on both security charts with the MDAT-GOG, using the email address watchkeepers@mdat-gog.org Companies / Ships Exercises: MDAT-GOG would like to extend an invitation to Companies / CSOs to be included in Company led exercises/drills. Please do not hesitate to contact the MDAT-GOG in advance of the exercise. The Exercise telephone number is +33 298 221302. As this keeps the Live Emergency Line free.

    Fair winds and following seas!

    Four events have been reported to MDAT-GoG this week.

    ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF INFORMATION Naval Oceanic and Hydrographic Service (SHOM) Best Management Practice (BMP) United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) IMB Live Piracy Reports

  • MDAT-GOG Weekly Report

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  • MDAT-GOG Operational Update

    • Overview • Operating Model • MDAT GOG Outputs • Maritime Security Chart

    OFFICIAL

  • Maritime Security Chart

    OFFICIAL

  • MDAT-GOG Operational Update

    • Overview • Operating Model • MDAT GOG Outputs • Maritime Security Chart • Key figures

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  • MDAT-GoG - Key Figures

    Operational data : - 300 ships/day reporting to MDAT ( )

    - 19500 mails/month ( )

    - 98 incidents (June 2017 – June 2018) ( )

    - 820 customers ( )

    Initial (A) and final (B) reports.

    (A)

    (B)

    A FR/UK cooperation: - In support of the Yaoundé code of

    conduct

    - A partnership between Royal Navy

    and French Navy - Marine nationale

    +7

    +3000

    +20

    MDATGoG : - located in Brest and Portsmouth

    - Operated by French Navy and Royal Navy

    - Uses a FR/UK secure special network

  • June 2017 – June 2018 statistics in GoG

    Hijack 5

    5%

    Attack 38

    39%

    Robbery 3

    3%

    Theft 17

    17%

    Boarding 15

    15%

    Suspicious approach 9

    9%

    Sighting 8

    8%

    False alarm 2

    2%Phishing/Cyber 1

    1%

    June 17 – June 18

    0 0

    5

    0

    5

    12

    19

    22 1 0 0

    5 5 7

    01

    6

    1

    7

    2 3 4

    0

    4 3 1 01 0 0 00

    2 0 0

    0 2 4 6 8

    10 12 14 16 18 20

    Jun.17 - Sep.17 Oct.17 - Dec.17 Jan.18 - Mar.18 Apr.18 - May.18

    Hijack Attack Robbery Theft Boarding Suspicious approach Sighting Phishing

  • MDAT reporting vessels

    9430 9681

    9313 9119

    9287

    8715

    9044

    9480

    8465

    9641

    9146

    9679

    JUN-17 JUL-17 AUG-17 SEP-17 OCT-17 NOV-17 DEC-17 JAN-18 FEB-18 MAR-18 APR-18 MAY-18

    Daily reports

    1135 1163 1170 1149 1170 1280 1274 1236 1195 1348

    1629 1306

    1083 1035 1108 1051 1092 1179 1175 1221

    1055 1202

    1188 1158

    JUN-17 JUL-17 AUG-17 SEP-17 OCT-17 NOV-17 DEC-17 JAN-18 FEB-18 MAR-18 APR-18 MAY-18

    Initial and Final reports

    Initial Final

  • MDAT-GOG Operational Update

    • Overview • Operating Model • MDAT GOG Outputs • Maritime Security Chart • Key figures • Case Study

    OFFICIAL

  • EVENT OF 27 MAR 18

    FV ATTACKED On 27th March

    1600Z UTC 2018 two fishing vessels are

    reported to be under attack in position

    04°10’N – 002°19’E (100nm South of Cotonou, BENIN).

    • Warnings and Telephone calls to ships Masters/CSOs to increase SA

    • Vessels are then prepared for criminal activity / piracy attack

    • Vessels reporting details / sightings • Vessels adhere in to BMP/MSG • MDAT-GOG Vulnerability Assessment

    on designated vessels to assist Masters

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  • EVENT OF 29 APR 17MV1 ATTACKED 0414 UTC – 1 Skiff approached vessel

    and fired at it in PSN 0351.2N

    00646.8E

    MV2 ATTEMPTED BOARDING 0640 UTC –

    Unknown number of skiffs approached

    vessel. Skiffs fired shots at MV and

    attempted to board using hooks.

    MV3 ATTACKED 0755 UTC – Pirates boarded vessel and broke down doors. Crew mustered in

    Citadel.

    0414 UTC – MV 1 call from vessel stating they were under attack in PSN. 0351.2N 00646.8E. No further information gained. 0440 UTC – Details of attack confirmed 1