Tactical Record Traffic System (TRTS), FM 24-17, Military.

The Special Operations Command (SOC) is the strategic force of the Singapore Police Force. It was formed on 10 Sept 1992 to unify the Singapore Police Force's elite tactical units, namely the Police Task Force (PTF), the Police Tactical Team (PTT) and the Police Dog Unit (PDU). Today, SOC consists of three main units: the Police Tactical Unit (PTU), the Special Tactics and Rescue (STAR) Unit and the Police K-9 Unit. It also oversees three auxiliary units: the Crisis Negotiation Unit (CNU), the Special Women Task Team (SWTT), and the United Nations Peacekeeping Force (UNPKF).

The mission of the Special Operations Command is to provide the highest level of tactical options to prevent, deter and detect crime.

The vision of SOC is to be "A Centre of Tactical Excellence". SOC is primarily responsible for police tactical operations, maintenance of public order and security, weapon doctrines and other related matters. Above all, it functions as the lead agency for tactical development in the SPF.

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The Special Operations Command (SOC) is the strategic force of the Singapore Police Force. It was formed on 10 Sept 1992 to unify the Singapore Police Force's elite tactical units, namely the Police Task Force (PTF), the Police Tactical Team (PTT) and the Police Dog Unit (PDU). Today, SOC consists of three main units: the Police Tactical Unit (PTU), the Special Tactics and Rescue (STAR) Unit and the Police K-9 Unit. It also oversees three auxiliary units: the Crisis Negotiation Unit (CNU), the Special Women Task Team (SWTT), and the United Nations Peacekeeping Force (UNPKF).

The mission of the Special Operations Command is to provide the highest level of tactical options to prevent, deter and detect crime.

The vision of SOC is to be "A Centre of Tactical Excellence". SOC is primarily responsible for police tactical operations, maintenance of public order and security, weapon doctrines and other related matters. Above all, it functions as the lead agency for tactical development in the SPF.

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The Special Operations Command (SOC) is the strategic force of the Singapore Police Force. It was formed on 10 Sept 1992 to unify the Singapore Police Force's elite tactical units, namely the Police Task Force (PTF), the Police Tactical Team (PTT) and the Police Dog Unit (PDU). Today, SOC consists of three main units: the Police Tactical Unit (PTU), the Special Tactics and Rescue (STAR) Unit and the Police K-9 Unit. It also oversees three auxiliary units: the Crisis Negotiation Unit (CNU), the Special Women Task Team (SWTT), and the United Nations Peacekeeping Force (UNPKF).

The mission of the Special Operations Command is to provide the highest level of tactical options to prevent, deter and detect crime.

The vision of SOC is to be "A Centre of Tactical Excellence". SOC is primarily responsible for police tactical operations, maintenance of public order and security, weapon doctrines and other related matters. Above all, it functions as the lead agency for tactical development in the SPF.

 
 
 
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