By Terrence K. Kelly, Seth G. Jones, James E. Barnett, Keith Crane, Robert C. Davis
This learn considers the production of a high-end police strength to be used in balance operations, analyzing its perfect measurement, how responsive it has to be, the place within the executive to find it, its wanted features, its right staffing, and its price. A 6,000-person force--created within the U.S. Marshals carrier and whose officials are seconded to household police enterprises while no longer deployed--would be the best of the choices thought of.
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20 Afghanistan had no recent history of a viable central government. 21 Another factor was variation in international resources. A growing body of literature suggests that establishing law and order during stability operations is partly a function of overwhelming force and resources. 22 Large numbers of troops and police are critical for 18 Jessica Einhorn, “The World Bank’s Mission Creep,” Foreign Aﬀairs, Vol. 80, No. 5, 2001, pp. : World Bank, 2000. 3, is likely the result of its poor starting point.
United States Institute of Peace, 2004; and Perito, The American Experience with Police in Peace Operations, Clementsport, Canada: Canadian Peacekeeping Press, 2002. Objectives and Tasks 25 conﬂict or have been discredited because of their abusive behavior. Key policing tasks include: t t t t t Identifying and deterring high-end threats (IDHET) Investigations Special weapons and tactics Crowd and riot control Intelligence collection and analysis. Identifying and deterring high-end threats is a critical task to establish law and order.
All countries are not alike; they start from very diﬀerent social, political, and economic baselines. 17 A considerable body of literature and practice has emerged in the past decade on the importance of good governance institutions to promote economic development and transitions to pluralist, democratic, and eﬀec- 15 Seth Jones interview with Colonel Domenico Libertini, Commander of the Multinational Specialized Unit, Pristina, Kosovo, April 2007. 16 Perito, Where Is the Lone Ranger When We Need Him?
A Stability Police Force for the United States: Justification and Options for Creating U.S. Capabilities by Terrence K. Kelly, Seth G. Jones, James E. Barnett, Keith Crane, Robert C. Davis