Border Security

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Introduction and Doctrine

Command, Control and Operations

Tactical Approach

Management principles


Management serves the common achievement of goals. Through cooperative management performance, work satisfaction and motivation should be achieved.


The cooperative management system with its elements delegation, participation, transparency, representation, control, assessment and evaluation of performance is binding management concept, in which tasks-and employee-related management behavior complements.


Management has to be systematically carried out in the following phases goal formation: planning, decision-making, implementation planning, configuration, realization and control.


The target formulation takes place for the fulfillment of the purpose of the organization. It takes place under the participation of the employee's own initiative or on the basis of the guidelines. Goals help the employees in orientation and must be derived from situation images and orders.


In target formulations content, scope, time frame, space and the involved parties should be determined.


Continuous and flexible planning allows to achieve goals with appropriate use of forces and resources.


Suitable planning techniques and planning resources, especially IT-based methods facilitate and improve the planning and implementation. Planning decisions can increase the safety of actions and reduce risks in decision particularly under time pressure. Planning documents must be kept up-to-date.


The responsible officers must make decisions on time and on the basis of sufficient information taking the following under consideration


• Risks as well as advantages or disadvantages of the alternative decisions

• Effects on the pending decisions or the decisions already made.

• Impact on the party concerned, third parties as well as resources


be made. Competencies have to be delegated with regard to performance and motivation as far as possible, if necessary, till the executive level.


Control in the management process refers in every phase of executing the tasks to results, degree to which target is achieved, processes as well as behavior of the forces. The review of effectiveness and efficiency is of particular importance.


Successful management requires extensive communication and target-oriented Information.


In principle it must be managed with mission tasks; depending on the situation orders may be necessary.


The Result-oriented control of organizations through target agreement, decentralized responsibility for resources, budgeting, quality management, controlling promotes the effective and efficient performance of tasks; this meets the expectations of employees in cooperative management and modern working conditions.


The care for the employees as well as receiving and supporting their performance are management responsibilities. This includes in particular


• Education and training

• Ensuring adequate working conditions

• Grant adequate relief phases

• Supply of emergency forces


Furthermore, this includes counseling and support on the basis of special mental and physical stress and post-traumatic stress disorders.

Border guards are being confronted within their performing of tasks with intense and extraordinary experiences that can over extend one's own capacity to process problems in individual cases.


Particular events in which people killed or seriously injured or border guards were themselves the victims, pose particular burdens. As a result it may lead to post-traumatic stress disorder.


In order to be able offer the individuals affected by an event such expert assistance in processing the problem, a concept for a medical / psychological care in accordance with particularly stressful events should be available.


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