Direction des Operations

The formation of this force goes back to the second half of the nineties when it was developed under the name of ‘Rescue and Operations Administration’. Under this name, the administration played a significant role in dealing with various security threats.

In July of 2005, a decree was issued authorizing the subdivision of this administration into two administrations, namely Rescue Administration and Operations Administration. But, the actual separation took place in January 2006 where this administration got practically independent financial and human resources.

From a practical point of view, it can be stated that this force aims at keeping security and order and applying these whenever there is need. As part of this, show of force (psychological deterrent) and the various uses of it at field, besides safeguarding the areas of crisis and catastrophes.

Tasks and responsibilities:
This force intervenes to fulfill its aims according to the security situations of the second level in terms of prevailing or anticipated threats. This, by default, includes:

A.    Preventive Operations:
This includes coverage and spread according to conventional threats locations, analysis of security situations, signs and expectations at various conventional or emerging scenes.

B.    Normal Threats:
This includes securing rallies, disbanding demonstrations and the control of various types and stages of riots.

C.    Medium Level Security Threat:
This includes containing security disorders, ethnical or tribal conflicts and Most Important Achievements

•    Securing the presidential elections.
•    Securing South Sudan Referendum.
•    Securing football championship matches (African Nation Games for Locals).
•    Securing important trials and some police stations in case of any threats calling for that. The most famous of these are the trails of kidnapping gang members.
•    Securing examinations of various levels (Sudanese Certificate and Basic).
•    Securing conferences, forums and authorized rallies.
•    Securing visits of presidents, foreign delegations and their residence premises.
•    Securing elections and execution of raids.
•    Securing local visits of senior state officials.

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