Decision-making in military security operations

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Operations in which military forces must work within a law enforcement context have become increasingly prevalent. For many militaries this represents a significant shift from their primary role, and conduct of operations under a different legal framework which is likely to require adaptation of doctrine, training, planning and decision-making processes. This has led the ICRC to look in detail at how the relevant legal framework may be integrated into the planning and decision-making process to ensure such operations are legally compliant and meet the obligations placed on commanders.Operations in which military forces must work within a law enforcement context have become increasingly prevalent.\r\n For many militaries this represents a significant shift from their primary role, and conduct of operations under a different legal framework which is likely to require adaptation of doctrine, training, planning and decision-making processes. This has led the ICRC to look in detail at how the relevant legal framework may be integrated into the planning and decision-making process to ensure such operations are legally compliant and meet the obligations placed on commanders.
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