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Rand Corp Tells US Army Its Time For a National Stability Po

Post#1 » Thu Jan 14, 2010 1:24 am

This is some fucked up shit.
Our criminals in government are way the fuck over board.
Keep shoving, and we will start shoving back.
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SHOCKINGREPORT: Rand Corp Tells US Army Its Time For a National Stability Police Force

Posted: 12 Jan 2010 10:14 AM PST

This has to be the scariest thing I have read in a very long time.
The Rand
Corporation was asked by the US Army to prepare a report
recommending
whether or not the US Needed a National Stability Police force.
Basically a
call for American "Brown Shirts" Rand's answer was a resounding yes.

Our analysis clearly indicates that the United States needs an SPF
or some
other way to accomplish the SPF mission. Stability operations have
become an
inescapable reality of U.S. foreign policy. Establishing security
with
soldiers and police is critical because it is difficult to achieve
other
objectives-such as rebuilding political and economic systems-
without it.

The cost of not fixing this gap is significant. The United States
will
continue to experience major challenges in stability operations if
it does
not have this policing capacity. These challenges include creating
the
ability to establish basic law and order, as well as defeat or deter
criminal organizations, terrorists, and insurgents. In some cases,
allied
countries may be able to fill this gap. Allies did this effectively
in
Bosnia and Kosovo, both of which were successful in establishing
security.
In other cases, the United States may not be able to count on allied
support. The United States should not depend on allies to supply
these
capabilities, because doing so would limit U.S. freedom of action
on the
international stage. Consequently, the United States should
seriously
consider building a high-end police capacity.

The report recommends that these police would not only have a role
in
foreign lands but also in the United States:

The ability of SPF personnel to act in a law -- enforcement
capacity while
in the United States. One important aspect of the return on
investment from
an SPF option is what SPF personnel do when not deployed. Given
that an SPF
will be deployed one out of every three years at most for active
duty
options and one out of six for reserve options, whether its members
can
perform law enforcement functions and so contribute to domestic
tranquility
and homeland defense when not deployed will have a major impact on
whether
an option is cost-effective. Two categories of options-military
units and
contractors-cannot do so under current statutes and regulations.

In particular, for the MP option to be as cost-effective as
possible, relief
from the Posse Comitatus Act [which forbids the US Army from being
used in
law enforcement in the United States] would be required to permit
its
members to perform domestic law enforcement functions. The issue of
contractors performing law enforcement functions is moot (our only
"contracting" option does not consider a standing contract force,
but rather
one hired as needed) and would probably be insurmountable if it was
not.
Furthermore, as noted in our DOTMLPF discussion, working as police
officers
would greatly contribute to the state of training and readiness of
SPF
personnel. MPs can do this on military installations, but contract
personnel
would not so act at all.

The report goes on to say that this Stability Police Force should
be placed
under the US Marshal Service because that will make it easier for
it to have
domestic US responsiblities.

Given that it is unlikely that MPs would be permitted to perform
civilian
policing tasks in the United States, the USMS, despite its capacity
and
management shortfalls, is the agency best suited to take on the SPF
mission
under the assumptions of this study. Placing the SPF in the USMS
would place
it where its members can develop the needed skills under the hybrid
staffing
option. Furthermore, the USMS has the broadest law enforcement
mandate of
any U.S. law enforcement agency and many of the required skills,
though it
would need to increase its capacity significantly. Furthermore,the
Department of Justice stands at the center of the rule-of-law
effort, with
lead roles in policing, judiciary, and corrections efforts.



I wonder what kind of Domestic Role the Stability Police can have,
controlling Tea Parties? "Fixing" Fox News? A national police under
the
control of this or any president will do nothing less than signal
the end of
freedom in the United States. Any movement toward this force must
be voted
down. The Full document is embedded below:





U.P. To Get Police Team: Federal Money Pay for Security Force, By
Mark
Tower, The Evening News, Sault Ste. Marie, MI, Dec 31, 2010



A special team of State Police Hometown Security troopers will hit
the roads
in the Upper Peninsula in 2010, providing added law enforcement in
areas
with a limited police presence, during special events, and in high-
traffic
and high-crime areas of the region [read this as there ARE NONE in
the
UP!!].



The UP team is one of three such teams in Michigan, each funded
with $2.2
million in federal stimulus grants designated for rural law
enforcement, for
a total program cost of $6.6 million in the state. These funds
will pay
wages for five troopers and a sergeant, their cars, computers,
equipment,
and weapons for two years.



In addition to a team covering the UP, another team will patrol the
region
between Mackinaw City and Grayling [for non Michiganders, this is
the
northern part of the Lower Peninsula] and a third team will cover
the thumb
region [leaving a whole south eastern corner uncovered apparently].



The 8th District office for Michigan State Police will oversee the
UP team,
and the agency hopes to fund the program out of the State Police
budget
after the two years is up, said Inspector Stan Rogers with the 8th
District
office in Marquette.



"We feel there is a need for a mobile team across the district,"
Mr. Rogers
said.

The UP Team will be supervised by Mr. Rogers, 8th District
Commander Captain
Myles McCormack, and First Lieutenant Walley Helmilla of the 8th
District
[no doubt vetted by the current administration as being loyal to
the new
world odor plan].

The six-man team, working 40-hour weeks, will focus on targeting
high-traffic and high-crime areas in the UP [Must be the raccoons
who are
pilfering from the State Park visitors.], Mr. Rogers said, as well
as
providing additional law enforcement presence at events, with large
crowds
and in areas with a limited police presence, like the area
surrounding the
former K.I. Sawyer Air Force base [Ah, at last the real reason for
the
UP--they must be using these guys to provide cover for the foreign
troops
staged at the closed bases in these 3 regions and to surveil the
militias
nearby. There are several closes Strategic Air Command bases
within these
areas. Wonder if Wilmington, NC, San Luis Obispo are going to get
these
Hometown Police Teams, too? See our info on the bases where they
brought in
the foreign troops for NLE in Jul '09].



"We're hoping to, with the focus being on traffic and crime
prevention, to
be able to assure that motorists can drive through the UP safely"
[You want
safe? How about additional snow plows with salt and dirt? Snow is
the ONLY
menace you will find on these stretches of 'highway!' Or a deer
running
across the road. It sounds more like you are arranging for
unConstitutional
checkpoints to what, pull militia members from their cars and shoot
them in
the long stretches of empty forest along these routes?], he said,
"and also
to assure that major events across the district have proper law
enforcement
presence for the safety of people attending." [They must be
referring to the
steady traffic on the weekend before Opening Day of Deer Season or
the
migration of the Canadian geese, but we have never seen them use the
highway.]



The team will provide additional traffic enforcement [Read here
"unConstitutional checkpoints" likely for gun confiscation, drunk
driving
and any other abusive action they can think up. This could be like
the
movie 'Deliverance' as any checkpoint will leave the unsuspecting
motorist
at the mercy of the 'law enforcement' types until another car goes
by--which
could be eons some days.] along major highways in the UP, Mr.
Rogers said,
including US-2, US-41, and M-28 to help keep all motorists safer,
including
students traveling to and from colleges in the area and tourists in
the
summer months [Even with ALL the tourism, we have NEVER had a
traffic jam
except for maybe 10 cars lined up behind a tractor or at the toll
gate
crossing the bridge!!] Troopers will step up enforcement during
high-traffic times for these groups, such as before and after
holidays and
on weekends.



"We have a large number of students that travel to and from their
colleges.
[We don't have a large number of students, period.] Those times
when they
are traveling, we will ensure they can do that safely," Mr. Rogers
said.
"The ability for tourists to travel safely across the UP is very
important
to us, along with our year-around citizens." [We haven't had a
major
traffic accident in months! What in the world are they talking
about?]



Eastern Upper Peninsula residents, he said, will see an increased
police
presence at major events like the Labor Day Bridge Walk [Foot
traffic is
quite unruly during that walk--NOT!] across the Mackinac Bridge,
the I-500
Snowmobile race in Sault Ste. Marie, and annual car show in St.
Ignace. [If
this is high-traffic, I wonder what Hwy 10 and 405 region in Los
Angeles is
called?!! That is reported to be the worst section of highway
traffic in
the country!!!]



Troopers from the UP's 13 state police posts may apply for a job on
the
team, and five troopers and a sergeant will be selected from this
pool of
applicants by program leaders at headquarters in Marquette. The
troopers
selected will be pulled from their posts and assigned to two-year
assignments to the Hometown Security team, and their current jobs
will be
filled at the posts.



This process will begin in January to put the team together early
in the
year.

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