In global security operations, civilians can become unintended victims when bad actors take advantage of a situation to engage in exploitation, trafficking, and other illegal activities.
Without specific training and planning, it can be difficult for security teams to address these crimes quickly and decisively and can make long-term security more difficult to implement and sustain.
Escalating Conflict Requires Sustainable Security
The evolution of conflict underscores the need to identify security approaches that are sustainable and meet the unique needs of an entire affected population. Men, women, boys, girls, and gender minorities both affect and are affected by conflict and crises in different ways.
Booz Allen’s Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) team ensures an inclusive, human-centered approach to tackling the complex security challenges the nation faces today. As adversaries and competitors continue to seek a strategic advantage through global recruitment and exploitation of diverse populations, the nation must work to identify, train, and empower the full scope of talent available to strengthen security institutions.
Get Integrated Expertise to Safeguard Civilians
Booz Allen's WPS team, housed within our Experiential Analytics group, offers extensive mission and consulting expertise to help clients identify strategic and operational blind spots and deliver sustainable security solutions. We provide gender-advising support to enhance military operational effectiveness. In addition, we have integrated WPS across Department of Defense (DOD) and national security organizations to help fulfill strategic framework and implementation plan (SFIP) defense objectives.