The Essence Of Counter-terrorism

The essence of Counter-terrorism is to achieve an infrastructure with capabilities to plan, organize, staff, implement and control every aspect of potential terrorism so that a terrorist-like incident causing great destruction and suffering does not occur when it could have been preventable. Furthermore these capabilities will take into account how to minimize the adverse effects and maximize speedy restoration of order should terrorism strike, not only as a function of manpower but through information sharing, intelligence gathering and dissemination of public warnings as an intrinsic responsibility of LE. Most importantly, these integrations elevate present police capabilities to the highest level of responsiveness and competency for any emergency including earthquakes, other natural disasters and environmental calamity.
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The Primary Objective

Tactical Combat Teams Special Operations often involve, as a primary objective, the saving of lives or extracting targeted individuals. In this use, extraction is the process of removing constituents from a targeted site when it is considered imperative that they be immediately relocated out of a hostile environment and taken to a Secured Area under friendly control. Extraction may imply the rescuing of entities from grave danger or immediate conditions that they are incapable of surviving within. Both Extraction and Rescue may be for unsuspecting and/or unwilling persons and involve rapid deployment, dynamic defense of the moving tactical envelope and high-speed extrication by a Special Force Protection Team.
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NON-ESCALATION POLICY

NON-ESCALATION POLICY

There are 5 levels of Escalation; Passive, Resistance, Hostile Confrontation, Armed Insurgence, Wide Ranging Destructive Energy Within densely populated areas there is a high probability of multiple antagonist confrontation occurrences. Regardless of the circumstances, it is essential that the actions taken by law enforcement to contain do not instead create spill-over or escalation. During operations, the policy of avoiding, if at all possible, dispersed deterrents, lethal or un-natural force, including firearms, tear gas, stun devices, rubber bullets, electricity or chemicals other than marking dyes must be observed. Inappropriate or over approximation of response will result in Accidental Violence.
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