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CODE ENFORCEMENT

As of September, 2008, the U.S. Reporting Agency was ordered by U.S. Officials in Washington to begin NWO Ordinance Code Enforcement Operations.

The enforcement operations administered and/or effectively handled by the U.S. Reporting Agency Enforcement Division shall include U.S. Code Enforcement including, however, not limited to local city, state, federal as well as miscellaneous coded created by their writers to maintain peace, order as well as social status quo within our U.S. jurisdiction area (s).

The international Investigations Division shall be maintained within, until further notice, by confidential operations agents continuing to engage in U.S. Reporting data collection with the intent to perform, in the very near future, ENFORCEMENT actions upon completion of our intelligence gathering operations phase.

CODE ENFORCEMENT is the most necessary function within city, state and/or country operations designed to see to it that patrons whom need above average assistance and/or higher degrees of corrections as it applies to social functionality as well as societal cohesiveness are provided the necessary means to HELP those whom may not be in a position to help themselves.

In addition to more common methods of code enforcement, the U.S. Reporting Agency seeks to focus, instead of detention facilities and fatal solutions, diversion techniques, increased care and attention to free formed corrections, Affection Installation (AI), Law Enforcement Internal Affairs Community Operations Corrections (LEIACOC), organized outreach programs, increased investigations, rover patrols and visibility, containment as well as volunteer/employment assignment and mandatory assisted education as just a few answers to the solution of today's 'NEW' CODE ENFORCEMENT.

 

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AGENT TRAINING, CLEARANCES and BADGE ASSIGNMENT

All U.S. Reporting Agency Ground Squad Agents (GSA) must complete the U.S. Reporting Agency Special Agent Training Coarse (SATC). Special Agent Training (SAT) schedule information is available upon request. For further information, email trainingoperations@usreportingagency.org. U.S. as well as international clearances are in the final stages of completion for agents completing the 2011 U.S.R.A. Academy. Badge assignment distribution will occur per team, per class and/or per Specialized Agent upon authorization from the Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) Assigned to your team, class, unit and/or Squad.

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