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The following plan to organize a community safety plan was written and posted by someone named Talin on the Modern Militia Movement web forums.
I believe every city and small town should consider organizing such as Community watch system.
Things are going to get really nasty before the end of this year, and possibly into 2021, no matter who wins in November.

Organizing a Community safety plan.

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Civilian Preservation Teams

Here is a simple layout for a CPT that can be established. This structure is the the basic organization of an SF "A" Team, making a few modifications to suit this purpose. First organize a "core" team in in your AO (using personnel who already have extensive training in their fields and are able to train others). This core team will then duplicate itself in the various surrounding counties. These state teams will duplicate themselves in their regions, etc. These teams will be used for outreach to, and train, local communities. Through meetings with other groups (LEO’s, Veterans – active and retired, Tea Party, 9/12, VFW, 3%ers, etc.) our members will introduce them selves to the group, explain the mission of Oath Keepers and the CPT's, and offer their help to any interested communities. The idea is one of "Force Multiplication" and duplication.

CPT made up of either seven or six specialty positions

A fourteen-person team, or two seven-person teams.
Main objective is to be a “Force Multiplier”

Community Coordinator/ Organizer
This person will likely be unique to each community or neighborhood and may not deploy out of each AO. They will schedule (after consultation) team activities, maintain team rosters and training logs, and be responsible for team logistics. Must have some knowledge and skills in each specialty team position. Probably the most important person, and certainly the busiest in community outreach and PR on a local level.

Part 2

A twelve-person team made of two teams of six.
Each person has a specialty and is cross trained with the ability to fill in as needed if any team member falls out. Main objective is active deployment.

Commander This will be left up to the individual teams. A commander may be elected, appointed, or a team may decide to command “by committee”.

Engineers There will need to be at least two, and maybe three of these on each team. They will handle advice and training in the areas of food, water, lodging, transportation, sanitation, mechanics, and basic survival in an emergency situation. One of these specialists will also be tasked with “Strategic Food Reserves”, that is, making sure that the issue of long-term food supply for a community is being addressed.

Medical At least two medical specialists. These will, ideally, be people with current vocations in the medical field, such as Paramedic, ER or trauma nurse, Medical Doctor or General Practitioner, or another related field. Persons with Combat Medical experience are preferable, but not required. They should be able to teach, as well as practice.

Communications Those in this role should have a working knowledge of, or hold a current FCC license in HAM, GMRS, FRS, and CB. The focus will be not only in the ability to communicate within the immediate community, but to other communities outside the immediate area. Communication Specialists should have the knowledge to establish and maintain commo over a wide range of conditions.

Intelligence Perhaps a job for one, although a support staff will be vital. This person, within a community, will be tasked with maintaining a knowledge of current events, both locally and abroad, and advising command on how these events might affect the community as a whole. The intelligence specialist in a civilian preservation team will be responsible for training community representatives on how to gather and analyze intelligence. They will be responsible for the gathering of information vital to the security of the community such as geography and surface conditions, infrastructure, roadways, critical utilities and support systems. They are NOT “spies”! They should coordinate closely with members of the Security and Protection Team.

Security and Protection These are the “policemen” of the community, and the tactical experts on the civilian preservation teams. As team members, they should, at a minimum, have extensive experience in light infantry tactics, with combat experience preferred. They will be responsible for training others in these areas, to include weapons, marksmanship, operations, and planning. All team and community members are, however, expected to have a working knowledge of these principles, and to actively participate in the security and protection of the group as a whole.

One aspect of CPT is Neighborhood Watch. Don't underestimate the effectiveness of this group building opportunity. Sometimes it can be the Little Old Lady at the end of the street that watches the whole roadway and knows when something is not right and alerts the group. Communication and coordination strengthen them all. Divided they fall.

Example: 2:00 AM, One person steps out for a dog relief. Sees a suspicious car that is out of place and obvious signs of trouble. Hit the panic button on their car. Lights and horn alert the street of intruder and within seconds porch lights turn on and car alarms sound off up and down the whole street. The intruder is seen running to the suspicious car and speeding away. This is community coordination.

Starting with a simple Block Party, BBQ or Meet and Greet is a good first step towards assessing the possibilities of your neighborhood. Granted all areas are different and this applies to some locations better than others. However, the idea is to start in your intimidate area and work outwards. Most areas have already well-established organizations (Ham radio club, Lions, Moose, Soroptimist, VVA, Sheriffs and possess, etc.). Make contact, everyone doesn't need to become an OK (at first) but groups need to be on the same page and speaking the same language. Many of these people are like minded. When the times get tough there is going to be a mix of chaos or coordination among the population.

Start locally to prepare your community with communication and the principals of CPT.

I believe this is a good templet to start with. Some Chapters and areas may want to make changes to meet their specific needs. The skills mentioned in this structure are NOT all inclusive.

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A follow up (or perhaps the beginning). Posted by the same man on Modern Militia Movement.

For everyone wondering how to get started. I have rewritten an old post from 2014 that I believe has great potential for success. Start in your neighborhood and work outwards and network with already existing groups ( III%er and all other Patriots) so that everybody communicates and operates in a similar fashion and on the same page!

Civilian Preservation Teams

 

Here is a simple layout for a CPT that can be established. This structure is the the basic organization of an SF "A" Team, making a few modifications to suit this purpose. First organize a "core" team in in your AO (using personnel who already have extensive training in their fields and are able to train others). This core team will then duplicate itself in the various surrounding counties. These state teams will duplicate themselves in their regions, etc. These teams will be used for outreach to, and train, local communities. Through meetings with other groups (LEO’s, Veterans – active and retired, Tea Party, 9/12, VFW, 3%ers, etc.) our members will introduce them selves to the group, explain the mission of Oath Keepers and the CPT's, and offer their help to any interested communities. The idea is one of "Force Multiplication" and duplication.

 

CPT made up of either seven or six specialty positions

 

A fourteen-person team, or two seven-person teams.

Main objective is to be a Force Multiplier

NOTE: The Coordinator/ Organizer is the seventh person.


Community Coordinator/ Organizer
This person will likely be unique to each community or neighborhood and may not deploy out of each AO. They will schedule (after consultation) team activities, maintain team rosters and training logs, and be responsible for team logistics. Must have some knowledge and skills in each specialty team position. Probably the most important person, and certainly the busiest in community outreach and PR on a local level.

 

A twelve-person team made of two teams of six.

Each person has a specialty and is cross trained with the ability to fill in as needed if any team member falls out. Main objective is active deployment.

 

Commander This will be left up to the individual teams. A commander may be elected, appointed, or a team may decide to command “by committee”.

Engineers There will need to be at least two, and maybe three of these on each team. They will handle advice and training in the areas of food, water, lodging, transportation, sanitation, mechanics, and basic survival in an emergency situation. One of these specialists will also be tasked with “Strategic Food Reserves”, that is, making sure that the issue of long-term food supply for a community is being addressed.

Medical At least two medical specialists. These will, ideally, be people with current vocations in the medical field, such as Paramedic, ER or trauma nurse, Medical Doctor or General Practioner, or another related field. Persons with Combat Medical experience are preferable, but not required. They should be able to teach, as well as practice.

Communications Those in this role should have a working knowledge of, or hold a current FCC license in HAM, GMRS, FRS, and CB. The focus will be not only in the ability to communicate within the immediate community, but to other communities outside the immediate area. Communication Specialists should have the knowledge to establish and maintain commo over a wide range of conditions.

 

 

 

Intelligence Perhaps a job for one, although a support staff will be vital. This person, within a community, will be tasked with maintaining a knowledge of current events, both locally and abroad, and advising command on how these events might affect the community as a whole. The intelligence specialist in a civilian preservation team will be responsible for training community representatives on how to gather and analyze intelligence. They will be responsible for the gathering of information vital to the security of the community such as geography and surface conditions, infrastructure, roadways, critical utilities and support systems.  They are NOT “spies”! They should coordinate closely with members of the Security and Protection Team.

Security and Protection These are the “policemen” of the community, and the tactical experts on the civilian preservation teams. As team members, they should, at a minimum, have extensive experience in light infantry tactics, with combat experience preferred. They will be responsible for training others in these areas, to include weapons, marksmanship, operations, and planning. All team and community members are, however, expected to have a working knowledge of these principles, and to actively participate in the security and protection of the group as a whole.


I believe this is a good templet to start with. Some Chapters and areas may want to make changes to meet their specific needs. The skills mentioned in this structure are NOT all inclusive.

   In my area we began with family and like minded friends who band together and began communicating with other like minded friends and family's. This is how we have grown and continue to grow our numbers and protect our community.

   The democrats have tipped their communist hand and now they are determined to play it out. As you can see, they are not afraid to loot and burn. They have poisoned our Schools and Universities with anti American propaganda and it has paid of for them in our large cities . We have to protect ourselves.

        Roster, I don't think anyone's listening.

The Modern Militia Movement is full of idiots with an agenda that isn't pro-freedom.

It's called Burn-Out Lee.
Just like it is here on this PFA, people are all burned out, tired of this political bull-shit.
This PFA has been going since 2004. After the failure of Operation American Spring (OAS) in 2014 many of the people here simply gave up. The same thing happened over on the Modern Militia Movement site and many others as well.
Now in 2020 we see the implications of that failure and the repercussions of the Obama Ara, the continuing push to overthrow America.
MMM like this PFA site, there are still some people that are listening.

Ironic that I stood for freedom on a comment on MMM and got blacklisted due to a disagreement with one of their administrators. Wish I could remember his name but he was a cocky asshole with a better-than-thou attitude that reminded me of a Nazi.

Yep, Been there - Done that too.
I left that site on my own, got sick of his shit a few years ago.
I only went back because two friends asked me too.
So far I haven't seen nor heard from the ass-hole(S).
I know one of them is still there but he hasn't said anything to me yet.
If he does I'll tear him a new one.

Likely the one I'm referring to.

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