To help you understand security situation in the country on regular basis PICSS prepares periodic security assessment reports. These reports are prepared using all available sources of information in which most important is PICSS own correspondents stationed in the conflict zones who report exclusively backgrounds of different incident making sure that PICSS reports contain maximum possible correct information. PICSS security assessment are subscribed by foreign missions of major countries as well as local and multinational businesses.
Daily Security Brief:
It will provide a comprehensive picture of the day. It will show number of militant attacks, security forces actions, number of killed and injured along with affected provinces and names of affected districts of respective provinces. The DSR also highlights weekly and monthly trend of anti-state violence including all types of fatalities. Our Daily Security Brief is prepared contextually. One gets a weekly and monthly picture every day. The report also includes descriptive overview of important events of the day directly or indirectly concerned with conflict and security.
Weekly Assessment Report:
PICSS’s WAR helps in understanding the complete picture of the week backed up by authentic statistical data covering the entire country. Our experts also analyze statistical patterns from perspective of non-violent political and other developments during the week.
Monthly Assessment Report:
PICSS’s Monthly Assessment Report includes complete statistics of militant attacks and security forces actions against militants. Province and region wise details of violence are presented in tables and graphs along with analysis of the data. It also provides comparison with preceding months of the year. Impacts of political and other related developments on pattern of violence are also incorporated in the MARs.
Annual Security Report:
Our ASR helps you grasp in-depth details of the anti-state violence and governmental response. It provides holistic picture of the country and highlights the impact of major developments on overall security situation in the country. For instance our ASR 2013 shows a consistent decline in deaths in anti-sate and related violence after government started to engage militants through peace talks in September last year.
Drone Strike Reports
The PICSS keeps a complete record of drone strikes in Pakistan. It issues analytical reports on drone strikes from time to time. Having its own sources in FATA, PICSS was able to identify drone victims in many occasions. PICSS’s drone data and reports are quoted worldwide.
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