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  1. BEHAVIOUR OF ARMY PERS IN CI-OPS ENVIRONMENT INTRODUCTION Numerous incidents of arrogant and high handed behavior of Army pers have been occurring in CI-Ops environment while interacting with the Civ population. These incidents are especially so for CMP/GMP/unit reps and sentries who is actually “personify” the whole Army’s image for the Civ population.
  2. REASON FOR ARROGANCE & HIGH - HANDED BEHAVIOUR • Lack of Edn. • Psychological problem - sense of security. • Sudden change in status and environment. • Ethnic difference. • Dispersion. • Personal problem. • Stress and strain. • Lack of command and control. • Personality of Cdrs. • Basic frames and behavior pattern of different Gps. • Trg & motivation of JCOs/ NCOs. • Taking the path of least resistance. • “ Leave me alone” syndrome. • Media hype. • “They” & “we” syndrome. • “ I am ok, you are not ok ”.
  3. PROVIDING AID TO CIVIL AUTHORITY DO`s  Act in closest possible co-operation with civil authorities through out.  Maintain communication links if possible, by telephone or radio.  Get permission or requisition from the magistrate when present.  Use a little force & inflict as little as injury to a person & properly as may be consistent with the attainment of the objective in view.
  4. (e) IN CASE YOU DECIDE TO OPEN FIRE :- Give warning in local language that that you are about to open fire. Attract attention before firing by bukge or other means. Distribute your men in fire units with specified Commanders. Control the number of rounds fired. Aim at the front of crowd actually rioting or inciting to at conspicuous ring leader. Do not fire into the thick of the crowd or at the back. Aim low and shoot for effect. Cease Firing Immediately Once The Objective has been attained. Take immediately steps to secure the wounded and provide first aid. (f) maintain cordial relations with civil authorities & paramilitary forces. (g) Ensure high standards of discipline.
  5. ACTION DURING OPERATION • In case of necessity of opening fire and using any force against the suspect or any person acting in contravention of law and order, ascertain first that it is essential for maint of public order. Open fire after due warning. • Arrest only those who committed a cognizable offence, who are about to commit a cognizable offence or against whom a reasonable ground exists to prove that they have committed or are about to commit cognizable offence. • Ensure that troops under command do not harass innocent people, destroyed public property or un necessarily enter into the dwelling of people not connected with any un lawful activity. • Ensure that women are not searched or arrested with out the presence of any female police. Women should be searched by female police only.
  6. DEALING WITH CIVIL COURTS • Directions of the high court or supreme court should be promptly attended to. • Whenever summoned by the courts, the decorum of the court must be maintain and properly respect paid. • Answer questions of the court politely and with dignity. • Maintain a detailed record of the entire Op correctly and explicitly.
  7. MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED • Involve locals, that is the surpanch or village headman in search and seize operations. • Incorporate police women in search of women and houses where there are women. • Hold prompt inquiries in case of civil offences like rape, theft or murder and award of punishments. • Prevent death or injuries in custody. • Avoid undue harassment while carrying out cordon and search operations.
  8. ACTION AFTER OPERATION • After Arrest, Prepare A List Of The Persons So Arrest . • Hand over the arrested persons to the nearest police station with the least possible delay. • While handing over some one to the police, a report should be submitted, describing in detail the circumstance occasioning the arrest. • Every delay in handing over the suspects to the police must be justified and should be reasonable, depending upon the place the time of arrest and the terrain in which such person (s) has been arrested. There should be the least possible delay, extendable to 24 hours. Depending upon a particular case.
  9.  After a raid, make out a list of all Arms, Amn or any other incriminating Mtrls or documents taken into possession. . All such Arms, Amn, stores etc, should be handed over to the police Stn along with the seizure memo. Obtain receipt of persons, Arms & Amn, stores, etc. So handed over to the police. Make a record of the area, where the op is launched, incl the date, the time and the person participate in such raid. Make a record of the commander and other officers, jCOs, NCOs forming part of such source. Ensure medical relief to any person injured during the encounters, his body should be handed over immediately to the police along with the details leading to such death.
  10. HUMAN RIGHTS AND INDIAN ARMY To enable the Army to act effectively to maintain public order. There are special legislations, many of which are area specific. these fall under the categories of the Armd forces (Spl powers), acts, The disturbed areas act, the national security act and the defense of India act and rules. These enactments give commissioned, junior and non junior commissioned officers power to :- (a) Arrest any one disturbing the peace. Such a person should be handed over to the nearest police stn with the least possible delay. (b) Search with out warrant and seize offensive mtrls. (c) Destroy arms and Amn dumps, fortified areas or shelters which are likely to be made use of subversive activities. (d) Prohibit the assemblies of five or more persons. (e) Use force including the use of firearms. Detailed instructions are issued by the army auth, in the forms of Do’s and Don’t’s. The sample is given below :-
  11. DONT’S • Do not keep a person under custody for any period longer than it is necessary for handing over to the nearest police stn. • do not use any force after having arrested a person except when he is trying to escape. • Do not use third degree methods to extract information or confession or about their involvement in un lawful activities. • After the arrest of a person by a member of the Armd forces, he shall not be interrogated by the member of the Armd forces. • Do not release the person directly on your own after apprehending. If any person is to be released, which should be through civil auth. • Do not tamper with official records. • The Armd forces shall not take back a person after he is handed over to the police.
  12. SPECIAL POWER ACT 1958 DO’S ACTION BEFORE OPERATION • Act only in the areas which are declared ‘disturbed area’ under section 3 of the act. • Power to open fire, using force and arrest, is to be exercised under this act only by an officer, JCO, warrant officer and NCO. • Before launching any raids or search, definite info about the activity is to be obtained from the civil local auth. • As far as possible, co-opt representative of local civil adm during the raid.
  13. DEALING WITH THE CIV POSSESSIONS OF EXPECT QUALITIES • Polite, patient, positive in behavior • Sincere, loyal and honest. • Helpful and genuineness. • Courteous. • Exemplary behavior. • Trust worthy and truthful. • Mature dealing. • Considerate the weak. • Versatile skills to deal with women as mothers and sisters.
  14. DEALING WITH CIV : HUMAN VALUED AND RELATION • Military discipline. • Manner of approach. • Attitude. • Assistant. • Self control. • Selfishness and selflessness.
  15. DEALING WITH CIV POPULATION: KNOWLEDGE AND LANGUAGE OF LOCAL POPULATIONS AND OWN BEHAVIOUR • Psychology of Civ in Ci-Ops environment. • Cultural and demographical details. • Prevalent important customs, traditions and cultural sensitivity. • Knowledge of certain important words and phrases of local language. • Demos on negative and positive methods of handling Civ populations.
  16. AIM To materialize / analyse these arrogant and high - handed incidents with the Civ population in CI-Ops environment, It becomes necessary to impart the trg for gathering knowledge to enhance/improve the behavior of Army pers deployed in CI-ops environments.
  17. MEASURES TO CONTROL ARROGANCE & HIGH- HANDEDNESS • Educating pers about phychology of civ populations in CI- Ops environment. • SF should be made to learn the history of the area. also past and present contributions of the locals to the national cause. • Creation of expert Gps to handle Civ within the regular forces. • constant and reliable comn between deploy persons and their leaders. • Incorporation civ leaders and civ auth with all activities of security forces. • Amalgamation of Tps Belding to insurgency affected areas with all forces deployed there. With due consideration of security.
  18. • Motivation, trg and constant guidance. Encouraging selfless service. • Prompt relief and recycling of Army pers deployed in CI-Ops environment. Prompt care of basic needs viz food, hygiene and shelter for security forces. • Development of national spirit and identification with affected population in affected areas. • Due attention to personal problems of committed tps. • Collection of personnel. • Briefing/ de briefing. • Supervision and monitoring. • Auth to deal with Civ. • Incorporative Civ police. • Piloting of VIPs.