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Random information on the term “SID”:

The Security and Intelligence Division (SID) is the external intelligence agency of Singapore responsible for gathering and analysing intelligence related to the country’s external security. Although it is within the Ministry of Defence, it has a certain independence in that it is not under the control of either of the Permanent Secretaries of Defence. It is also highly secretive as most of its personnel are known only to Singapore’s top officials.[citation needed]

The SID is led by a director, who holds the rank equivalent of Permanent Secretary and reports directly to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). In the 1970s, the director reported directly to the Defence Minister. The SID had the post of deputy director, which was held by Lim Chye Heng in 1975.

The SID shared a similar background to its domestic counterpart, the Internal Security Department (ISD). In the aftermath of 1915 Singapore Mutiny, to collect the political intelligence, espionage, and the surveillance of potential subversives, a political intelligence bureau was established in Singapore under direct command and control of Major General Dudley Howard Ridout, General-Officer-Commanding (GOC) Singapore, which eventually became the Criminal Intelligence Department (Special Branch) in 1919. Before 1965, Singapore’s primary intelligence agency was the Malaysian Special Branch. After Singapore gained independence in 1965, the Ministry of Interior and Defence was directed to reorganise and consolidate all intelligence capabilities in January 1966. The SID was subsequently established in February 1966, with Tay Seow Huah as its first Director.[citation needed] In 1974, S. R. Nathan, who was then the SID Director, led a negotiation team to help resolve the Laju hostage crisis.

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