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WA POLICE FORCE ACT
Authored by the United States of Europe


Section 1)
The WA Police Force shall become a regional body under the Security Council.
The WA Police Force shall have a headquarters in Moscow, Eurussia.
The WA Police Force shall have an office in New Strasbourg, New Europe.


Section 2)
The Secretary General shall be the proponent of this law until a seven membership.
The SG shall be elected by the WAPF Assembly to serve for a max of fifteen days.
The SG shall be the coordinator and representative to the Security Council.


Section 3)
The WAPF Assembly shall consist of all delegates of the members which shall elect the Secretary Genera and the Executive Committee via majority approval and as the supreme governing body of the organization shall meet annually to act on major decisions of policies.


Section 4)
The WAPF Executive Committee shall have the following duties:
a) Execution of decisions of the assembly
b) Preparation of agenda of the assembly
c) Submission of proposals to the assembly
d) Supervision of the National Central Bureaus


Section 5)
The National Central Bureaus shall be the WAPF coordination centers in every member state of the organization which shall be responsible in linking all national and local police agencies to serve as criminal databases of cross-border investigations and operations.


Section 6)
The Rapid Deployment Forces shall be the WAPF special force units in every member state of the organization which shall be under the direct authority of the National Central Bureaus.


Section 7)
The Incident Response Team shall be the WAPF dedicated special incident response force based at the headquarters which shall be deployed at the request of any member state and shall be operatively classified into disaster based operations and crime based operations.


Section Cool
The membership to the World Alliance Police Force is voluntary.




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WA Police Force Reform Act

Post  Great Eurussia on Thu Jan 23, 2014 1:52 pm

World Alliance Department of Security and Justice - WAPF Reform Act
Written by the United States of Europe - WA Democratic Socialist Party




Introduction & Preamble




Honourables Colleagues,
Today I want to introduce you to someone who, in my humble opinion, is one of the most pressing issues in the region.
Thanks to the work of all of us we managed to create the most extensive network of regional organizations the world has ever seen.
The WAAF (World Alliance Armed Forces), the most powerful and efficient military organization, intervened in every corner of the region, in a place so far away that I can not pronounce the name of their resolving crises and civil wars, destroying militias and terrorist organizations, preventing invasions and acts of imperialism, successfully protecting the civilians.
An organization always at the forefront.
The WAHO (World Alliance Humanitarian Organization), the largest and most efficient humanitarian organization in the region, intervened everywhere to solve humanitarian crises resulting from wars, natural disasters or mass migration, the successes are many and Total, the victims have been reduced to a minimum,the great solidarity and the spirit of enterprise organization have allowed people to get up right away, return to growth (also economically), and look to the future.
I could go on for many hours to describe what that regional organizations were allowed to, the millions of lives that have saved and defended, and the wars that have avoided.
But above all, it is worth mentioning that international cooperation is due all'azioni of these organizations, literally branches of the regional government.
Dozens of nations have cooperated, fought and suffered together, though normally their relationship was contentious, all for the good of the people, for the common good.
But today the scenario is worse: organizations are not organized in such a way as to respond to the crisis so massive and so frequent.
So you need to eliminate unnecessary bureaucracy, better branching the forces on the vast region, making more efficient the internal governance structure, increase cooperation among nations and to better define the tasks.
All with a meticulous respect for the sovereignty of individual nations, sanctioned by our Glorious Constitution.
So we have to start from the WAPF (World Alliance Police Force), first by changing the name in the WA-DSJ (WA - Department of Security and Justice).
Therefore, redefining the presence on the territory, internal structure, tasks and purposes.
Must go back to being a criminal police organization, with the aim of increasing international cooperation and combating international crime (from terrorism to drug trafficking and weapons trafficking).
So we come to the new legislation.




Section 1 - Internal Structure




Article 1 / Secretary-General
The Secretary-General is the representative of the organization, the only entity authorized to represent it in international institutional relationships, and the only one who can speak on his behalf.
It has the power to issue internal directives, which must then be approved by the General Assembly (see Article 2), but that should have the highest priority.
The Secretary-General directs and coordinates the various meetings of the Assembly, encourages cooperation, cohesion and democratic dialogue among the various member nations.
This is the only able to start an international mission, after the board (if any) and the approval of the Assembly.
Manages and coordinates the international operations in concert with the Assembly.
The Secretary may appoint a deputy or substitute.
Update the Security Council on the various movements of the organization.


The relationship between the Assembly and the Secretary-General is of the trustee.
The latter controls the organization with the confidence of the Assembly.
The member states may initiate a no-confidence motion to remove the Secretary-General from his assignment, which must be properly justified and approved by an absolute majority.


Article 2 / The General Assembly
The General Assembly is the supreme governing body of the organization, which operates in a transparent and democratic.
Each member country has the right to represented in the General Assembly, shall have one vote and may vote or, if appropriate, propose new guidelines.
The various directives approved by a simple majority, and may relate to more fields, such as general policy, the resources needed for international cooperation, working methods, finances and programs of activities.


The Assembly, by a vote of no confidence, properly motivated and be approved by an absolute majority, may remove the Secretary-General and appoint, by a simple majority, a new one.
The Assembly, by a vote punitive reasons and be approved by an absolute majority, may expel a member from the organization.


Article 3 / The Executive Committee
The Executive Committee is appointed by the shareholders, which may suspend the members and appoint new ones at any time.
Its main tasks are:
1) Supervise the execution of the decisions of the General Assembly;
2) Prepare the agenda for sessions of the General Assembly;
3) Submit to the General Assembly any programme of work or project which it considers useful;
4) Supervise the administration and work of the Secretary General;
5) Manage the internal administrative apparatus (central and local) and administer the operating forces


Its structure is departmental, and is divided into five central departments:
1) Department of Budget, is responsible for managing the financial resources of the entire organization.
2) Department of Civilian Personnel, which manages all the administrative staff noncombatant.
3) Department of Instrumental Resources, is responsible for the management of Supply and maintenance of capital goods (non-military) organization.
4) Department of Infrastructure, manages the infrastructure (not delegated to military purposes) organization.
5) Department of Operative Forces, manages the military organization (see Section 2).


Article 4 / Command & Coordination Centre
The Command and Coordination Centre (CCC) is the operations room of the WA-DSJ, offering a point of contact for any member country seeking urgent police information or facing a crisis situation.
The CCC is manned 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by staff members of various backgrounds and nationalities who are fluent in several different languages.
The sophisticated technology available to allow a constant and continuous contact and exchange information with each National Central Boureau (see Article 6) and with each command Continental (see Article 5).
Moreover, the CCC is always able to communicate with every single operating unit in a protected and safe.


Its headquarters is at the General Assembly, but has sub-offices in each Continental Command (see Article 5).
The control of this organ is the Secretary General, in consultation with the Assembly.


The CCC strengthens the reactivity and operational effectiveness of the world's police through the following functions:
1) Assessing all incoming communications and determining the priority level of each message received by the General Secretariat.
2) Conducting instant checks on all databases of the organization; distributing and assigning information; and replying to all urgent queries immediately.
3) Monitoring open sources in order to assess threats and to ensure the full resources of the organization are ready and available whenever and wherever they may be needed.
4) Coordinating the exchange of intelligence and information for important operations, and involving specialist units, regional offices and external partners as necessary (see Section 3).
5) Issuing alerts and publishing Notices where threats pose an imminent danger. T
6) Assuming a crisis-management role during serious incidents, such as terrorist attacks, and coordinating specialized assistance in the form of an Incident Response Team (see Section 2,Article 5).
7) Deploying Major Events Support Teams (see Section 2,Article 5) with an international implication in order to support national police with security arrangements.


Article 5 / The Continental Commands
The Continental Commands are a branch of the organization on a continental scale: therefore shall be at least one in every continent where it is split the whole regional territory.
Will the Secretary-General, after the passage of the law, to choose which nations will host the Commands, which must meet strict requirements of domestic political stability and security.


The main task of the Continental Commands is to manage the organization on a continental scale, and the internal structure is almost equal to that of the Executive Committee.
So, for management tasks, the Commands respond to the Executive Committee itself.
In addition, another main task will be to monitor the situation in the continent where the command is located, and then periodically inform the General Assembly.
Finally, it will have to implement the programs and directives issued by the Assembly on a continental scale.


Article 6 / The Nationals Central Bureaus
At the heart of every member country of the WA-DSJ is a National Central Bureau (NCB), linking national police with the global network of the organization. Typically it is a division of the national police agency or investigation service and serves as the contact point for all the activities of the organization in the field.


Staffed by highly trained police officers, National Central Bureaus are the lifeblood of the WA-DSJ, contributing to its criminal databases and cooperating on cross-border investigations, operations and arrests.


Section 2 - The Operative Forces
Article 1 / Central Organization
The operative forces at the central level, must be managed by the Department of Operative Forces of the Executive Committee.
It is structured in the following way:
1) - Land Forces Central Command,that will manage and organize the land operative forces.
2) - Naval Forces Central Command,which is responsible for the management of the naval forces of the organization.
3) - Air Forces Central Command,which is responsible for the management of the air forces organization.
4) - Infrastructure Central Command,which will manage the military infrastructure and facilities of the organization.
5) - Wapons, ammunitions, Vehicles and Materials Central Command,which is responsible for the management and supply of weapons, ammunition, vehicles and equipment for the organization.
6) - Central Logistics and Mobility Command,which is responsible for the management of technical and logistical support forces (naval, land and air) of the organization.
7) - Special Forces Central Command,which is responsible for the management of the special forces, such as canine units, cavalry units or forces for high-risk interventions.


Article 2 / Local Organization
The management of the operative forces on a local scale (in this case continental) is up to the Continental Commands.
Their organizational structure is almost equal to that of the Executive Committee, the only difference is the minor scale on which it operates.
The Continental Commands must constantly take into account to the Executive Committee for the management of operational forces.


Article 3 / The nature of the Operative Forces
The operative forces have their vehicles and equipment, constantly upgraded, and replaced periodically.
From the point of view of infrastructure, they have bases, logistics centers and training centers, provided by member countries, provided solely for their own purposes.
The operative forces are from member countries of the organization, and must be used exclusively for the purposes of the organization.
They will then be chosen from among the best equipped,prepared,skilled and trained units.


Article 4 / The Incident Response Teams (IRT)
An WA-DSJ Incident Response Team (IRT) is deployed at the request of a member country during a crisis situation.


There are two types of IRT:
1) Disaster – an emergency response to a manmade or natural disaster. The IRT delivers concentrated attention to urgent issues and problems arising from the disaster or crisis, focusing all available resources on the situation at hand.
2) Crime – the deployment of specialized personnel to assist and support a member country faced with a major or serious police issue. Crime IRTs provide specific expertise and investigative support to police.


The Incident Response Teams can be briefed, equipped and deployed anywhere in the world within 12 to 24 hours of an incident.


Article 5 / The Major Event Support Teams (MEST)
An WA-DSJ Major Event Support Team (MEST) is deployed to assist member countries in the preparation, coordination and implementation of security arrangements for major events.
Major events are high profile conferences or sporting events which attract large crowds or intense media coverage. As such, they also attract individuals or groups intent on disruption to gain attention for their cause or for criminal gain.


These units are properly equipped and specialized to support the security forces of individual nations in a big event.
Can be deployed at any time anywhere in the world, between 12 and 24 hours.


Section 3 - Networks, Databases and Announcements
Article 1 / I-24/7 Police Communications System
The I-24/7 global police communications system connect law enforcement officers in all the member countries. It enables authorized users to share sensitive and urgent police information with their counterparts around the globe, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


I-24/7 is the network that enables investigators to access to the criminal databases. Authorized users can search and cross-check data in a matter of seconds, with direct access to databases on suspected criminals or wanted persons, stolen and lost travel documents, stolen motor vehicles, fingerprints, DNA profiles, stolen administrative documents and stolen works of art.


The network allows a constant exchange of information, safe, secure and fast, between the National Central Boureaus, the Continental Commands, the Command and Coordination Centre and the police forces of individual nations.


The I-24/7 network underpins all WA-DSJ operational activity. From routine checks at border crossings to targeted operations against different crime areas, and from the deployment of specialized response teams to the search for international fugitives, I-24/7 is the foundation of information exchange between the world's police.


Article 2 / I-Link Police Data Exchange System


I-Link is a unique and dynamic operational system that centralizes and continually enhances database features. It will also help make connections between seemingly unrelated investigations, by identifying common threads. Officers in National Central Bureaus (NCBs) and other authorized users are able to access I-Link through the I-24/7 network.


I-Link:
1) Provides an international structured communication standard, ensuring consistency and operational relevancy of recorded and exchanged police data.
2) Offers adaptable structured forms enabling national systems to seamlessly transmit information, thereby increasing the quality and the quantity of information available.
3) Enables the direct recording of police information into criminal database, eliminating information processing times.
4) Grants immediate access to real-time police information.


All international alerts for wanted persons (see Article 4) are submitted through I-Link. In a matter of seconds, member countries can draft and submit an alert seeking the arrest of a wanted criminal, with the information recorded instantly into the organization’s central database and immediately accessible to police around the world.


Article 3 / International Criminal Databases


All the International Criminal Databases (except the one of child sexual exploitation images) are accessible real-time through the I-24/7 network Which connects to the National Central Bureaus (NCBs).


The databases are:
1) - Nominal Data Database,contains records on known international criminals, missing persons and dead bodies, with their criminal histories, photographs, fingerprints, etc.
2) - Notices Database,collects all the information about alerts international arrest issued by the organization.
3) - Stolen and Lost Travel Documents Database,holds information on travel documents reported lost or stolen. This database enables National Central Bureaus and other authorized law enforcement entities (such as immigration and border control officers) to ascertain the validity of a suspect travel document in seconds.
4) - Firearms Database,this database allows investigators to properly identify a firearm used in a crime (its make, model, calibre, etc.). It contains firearms references and high-quality images.
5) - Stolen Works of Art Database,allows member countries to research records pieces of artwork and cultural heritage reported stolen all over the world.
6) - Stolen Motor Vehicles Database,provides extensive identification details on vehicles reported stolen around the world.
7) - Fusion Task Force Database,a database that contains the information of the persons suspected of being linked to terrorist activities.
Cool - Stolen Administrative Documents Database,contains information on official documents which serve to identify objects, for example, vehicle registration documents and clearance certificates for import/export.


Article 4 / International Notices


Notices are international requests for cooperation or alerts allowing police in member countries to share critical crime-related information.
Notices are published by the General Secretariat at the request of the National Central Bureaus (NCBs) and authorized entities (individual nations or General Assembly).


The Notices are:
Red Notice:


To seek the location and arrest of wanted persons with a view to extradition or similar lawful action.

Yellow Notice:


To help locate missing persons, often minors, or to help identify persons who are unable to identify themselves.

Blue Notice:


To collect additional information about a person’s identity, location or activities in relation to a crime.

Black Notice:


To seek information on unidentified bodies.

Green Notice:


To provide warnings and intelligence about persons who have committed criminal offences and are likely to repeat these crimes in other countries.

Orange Notice:


To warn of an event, a person, an object or a process representing a serious and imminent threat to public safety.

Purple Notice:


To seek or provide information on modi operandi, objects, devices and concealment methods used by criminals.

WA-DSJ & WA Security Council Special Notice:


Issued for groups and individuals who are the targets of the sanctions of the Security Council.



Article 5 / Forensic Databases
The WA-DSJ maintain databases of fingerprints and DNA profiles, allowing police across the world to make connections between criminals and crime scenes. The Organization also provide training to police in the member countries, to ensure that frontline officers have the knowledge and skills necessary to assess, preserve and share evidence in line with best practices.
The databases are:
1) - International fingerprints database,contains fingerprint records and crime scene marks.
Authorized users in member countries can view, submit and cross-check fingerprint records using  I-24/7, secure global police communications network of the WA-DSJ, via a user-friendly automatic fingerprint identification system (AFIS).
2) - International DNA Database,contain the various DNA profiles.
Police in member countries can submit a DNA profile from offenders, crime scenes, missing persons and unidentified bodies to automated DNA database.


Section 4 - Priorities
Article 1 / Secure global police information system
The organization run to a secure global police information and support system that connects all the National Central Bureaus (NCBs), along with other authorized law enforcement agencies and strategic partners, allowing them to instantly access, request and submit vital data.


Article 2 / Support to policing and law enforcement
The organization provide round-the-clock support and a wide range of operational assistance to its member countries, including emergency and crisis response. The organization are committed to further improving response times, follow-up and the integrated nature of the response.


Article 3 / Innovation, capacity building and research
The organization is committed to enhancing the tools and services that we provide in the area of law enforcement training and to raising standards in international policing and security infrastructures. It remain committed to delivering high-level training and technical assistance, leveraging on law enforcement expertise and resources.


The organization develop certification, accreditation and standards on policing and security matters, and support law enforcement in addressing new forms of crimes by providing cybercrime training and digital forensic assistance. In addition, it seek to increase partnerships, research and innovation on security and give increased focus to capacity building efforts in post-conflict and/or risk areas.


Article 4 / Assisting in the identification of crimes and criminals
The organization provide the highest quality database services, analytical capabilities and other innovative tools to assist in preventing crime as well as assisting in the identification, location and arrest of fugitives and cross-border criminals. It aim to further improve our criminal information databases and better support their integration, along with analytical/investigative methods and mechanisms.


Objectives and activities will centre on improving the quality and quantity of information in our databases, providing operational and specialized investigative support to member countries, developing a global approach to integrated border management, and providing a platform on technologically enabled threats, including cybercrime.


Section 5 - Additional provisions
Article 1 / Relations with the Regional Government
The WA-DSJ (World Alliance Department of Security and Justice) is a body entirely dependent on the WA-Council.
It is therefore a governing body for all purposes, and therefore the Council to dictate the strategic guidelines.

The Council, by a simple majority vote, can replace the Secretary-General, or simply suspend or expel any member country.
The Council may also develop organizational directives (on various topics), which will be binding on both the Secretary for the Assembly (both can not oppose such decisions).
The Council may initiate international missions involving the organization, that it can not be rejected by the Secretary or by the Assembly.

The WA-Court of Justice may also, in its judgments, use the organization as a means to enforce them.

Article 2 / International Operation
The organization can undertake initiatives, programs and missions on an international scale, provided they are in line with its priorities and its principles.

International missions can be proposed and undertaken in a formal manner only by the Secretary General, at the initiative or on the advice of independent member countries and the Assembly.
The Assembly may block these shares, through a majority vote.
Forward the WA-Council may also block these actions at any time, by a simple majority vote.

The Wa-Council may initiate international action they see committed the organization, and in this case, the Secretary and the Assembly can not oppose in any way.
Only the WA-Parliament (or the WA-Council itself) may block the actions of the WA-Council.

After starting, the international actions, as already mentioned, are under the control and management of the Command & Coordination Center, but under strict supervision of the Secretary and of the Assembly.

Article 3 / Mission Vision and Principles
The principles of the organization are unique and irreplaceable NEUTRALITY and DEMOCRACY.
The WA-DSJ aim to facilitate international police cooperation even where diplomatic relations do not exist between particular countries. Action is taken within the limits of existing laws in different countries and in the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Is prohibits ‘any intervention or activities of a political, military, religious or racial character'.

The fundamental strategic vision is:
Connecting police for a safer world:
"Our vision is that of a world where each and every law enforcement professional will be able through WA_DSJ to securely communicate, share and access vital police information whenever and wherever needed, ensuring the safety of the world's citizens. We constantly provide and promote innovative and cutting‐edge solutions to global challenges in policing and security".
Preventing and fighting crime through enhanced cooperation and innovation on police and security matters:
"We facilitate the widest possible mutual assistance between all criminal law enforcement authorities. We ensure that police services can communicate securely with each other around the world. We enable global access to police data and information. We provide operational support on specific priority crime areas. We foster continuous improvement in the capacity of police to prevent and fight crime and the development of knowledge and skills necessary for effective international policing. We strive for innovation at all times, in the areas of police and security matters".

Article 4 / Headquarters and logo
The headquarters will remain the same, but you can also move the operational headquarters of the General Assembly, the Executive Committee and the Command & Coordination Center.

The logo is as follows:


Article 5 / Transitional provisions
As additional provision is expected to be repealed the previous regional law on the subject, the WA Police Force Act.






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