response force


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response force

A mobile force with appropriate fire support designated, usually by the area commander, to deal with Level II threats in the rear area. Also called RF.
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Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Sept 4 (ANI): In view of the rising water level in Mithi river due to excessive rainfall, a team of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) on Wednesday were deployed at Bail Bazar in Kurla to avert any impending crisis the city may face.
He added that contingent of Elite Force, Quick Response Force and Rapid Response Force would remain alert round the clock in the tribal area on polling day.
Women police officials, Quick Response Force Mobiles, Rapid Response Force Squad, BDS Unit and Sniffer Dogs would be available round the clock to meet any eventuality.
The aim of the training is to strengthen the co-operation and interoperability of the Joint Response Force Member States and NATO Allies, their ability to respond rapidly through the capabilities of the Maritime, Land and Air Force, as well as demonstrate their commitment to regional stability and readiness to protect the Baltic Sea region.
On the other hand, interior ministry has abolished Crime Investigation Department and Rapid Response Force and merged them into CTD.
National Disaster Response Force personnel search for survivors a day after an under-construction building collapsed in Dharwad district of Karnataka, yesterday.
"State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) and Border Security Force (BSF), from its nearby base camp in here, has reached and the National Disaster Response Force's (NDRF) help has also been sought," the official added.
The authorities have deployed four teams of National Disaster Response Force in Nagapattinam district and four teams of the state disaster response force in Cuddalore district.
Islamabad -- The government has finally decided to raise National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) to specifically tackle and deal with the catastrophic situations arising across the country.
CCTV cameras installed at all routes to monitor procession CPO says Quick Response Force to also protect mourners RAWALPINDI:The administration has imposed a ban on the entry of 23 clerics of different schools of thoughts here to maintain law and order, peace and interfaith harmony during the first Islamic month of Muharramul Haram.
Addressing a high-level meeting to review police preparations for the general elections next month, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Caretaker Chief Minister Justice (retired) Dost Muhammad asked to create a quick response force (QRF) to quickly respond to situations emerging prior, during and after elections.
He gave these directions during his visit to the ICT uplift schemes including construction of model prison at Sector, H -16 , construction of accommodation, training, admin block and barracks for the establishment of Rapid Response Force for ICT Police and establishment of Islamabad General Hospital at Tarlai.