Lessons learned from U.S. government law enforcement in international operations / Dilshika Jayamaha ...
Jayamaha, Dilshika (författare)
- Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute. (utgivare)
Alternativt namn: Army War College. Strategic Studies Institute
Alternativt namn: Strategic Studies Institute
Alternativt namn: SSI
- ISBN 1-58487-470-8
- Carlisle, PA : Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2010
- Engelska xiv, 166 s.
Serie: PKSOI papers
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- Introduction -- Panama -- Colombia -- Kosovo -- Conclusion.
- Law enforcement (LE) personnel, agencies, techniques, equipment and priorities have been an increasingly prominent feature within U.S. Government (USG) commitments to international operations. This is a reflection of the increased human and societal complexity of the operational environments in which the USG has intervened and the multifaceted nature of the objectives often sought by the USG in these international operations. The most obvious manifestation of LE on international operations is the presence of American police officers working as a part of uniformed international police missions (U.S.-led, coalition, or multinational). However, these interim policing missions are only part of the contribution to international operations that can be made by LE. U.S. LE agencies may also be involved directly in international operations as a part of their standing authorities related to the enforcement of U.S. domestic law; contribute LE expertise in capacity building and institutional reform efforts; or as support and assistance to U.S. military forces employed in LE-related roles and in the conduct of their military tasks.
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