Situational Enforcement was a branch of the Corporate Sector Authority's Security Division. They were responsible for analyzing crime patterns throughout the Corporate Sector as a whole. Situational Enforcements Officers monitor transmissions and broadcasts, analyzes data and forensics, and cataloged security camera footage. Situational Enforcement had three branches; Transit Procedures, which was tasked with handling investigations concerning shipping and commerce; Material Procedures, charged with tracking incidents of property damage to equipment and facilities; and Information Procedures, which worked with Operational Multisystem Management to preserve the security of the Authority's data transmissions.[1]


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