Going back to the mid 1900’s, peacekeeping has been proven to be one of the most effective solutions to prevent and mitigate conflict, crime, and terror. There are many areas of work that maintain peace, reduce violence and help create peaceful progress. Today, peacekeeping services are frequently sought after for hostile employee terminations, domestic violence standby’s, exchange of property, child custody exchanges, gang violence prevention and intervention, nonviolent conflict resolution and mediation, and more.
Having a vetted, authorized, well trained, and highly qualified third party, who can ensure and maintain peace between opposing parties, cannot be undervalued. TSE officers often perform peacekeeping functions for parties who are, were, or could become adversarial. In some cases, parties have court orders in place, which must be adhered to and followed – which can be handled and satisfied by officers performing peacekeeping tasks. In the event that keeping the peace becomes impossible, TSE officers can take a variety of actions to either regain compliance, or facilitate civil or criminal remedies against any party refusing to cooperate.
In addition to the former examples, peacekeeping has many more functions today, which support order and tranquility within our communities. Tasks are frequently undertaken to maintain peace and security, maintain or restore the rule of law, ensure fair political processes and elections, and protecting the rights of at-risk segments of our society. These proven solutions are performed on a local scale, in coordination with municipalities, housing and educational organizations, and nonprofits throughout the greater Pittsburgh area.