Marshals Service Edit
As a result of the on-and-off conflicts with the USCPF, the CDF began to exhaust its resources with the loss of weaponry, the destruction of Fort Wilmington and the constant border patrol. Domestic crime was on the rise beneath the radar of the CDF who were focused on invasive US forces.
As a result of the crime spike the PRT formed a Marshal Service to work specifically on towns and CDF owned territory close to the borders. This Marshal Service resolved domestic issues such as robberies, highwaymen and Dew trafficking leaving the CDF to combat the USCPF. The Marshal Service was divided into individual departments.
Narcotics and Vice Edit
The Narcotics and Vice Department were formed with reference to organisations like the DEA. They combat Dew traffickers in Southern Territory with specialists placed into trafficking organisations in deep cover. The Narcotics and Vice Department also handle issues such as streetwalking which had increased as jobs fell.
The Homicide Department investigate murders that are the result of bandits, disagreements or otherwise unrelated to direct confrontation with the US. Marshal's in the Homicide Department often see some of the most harrowing rimes in the Succeeded South and as a result, it is as the most gruelling and unforgiving Department.
Domestic Response Unit Edit
The PRT Domestic Response Unit is a highly trained and exclusive squadron deployed in instances such as hostage situations, domestic terror or bomb threats. The Domestic Response Unit were formed following observations from Internal Affairs, citing that the CDF were not qualified to disarm these situations. PRT Domestic Response Unit Operators are selected from the CDF, Marshal Service and in rare cases, the MEB.
Internal Affairs Edit
Internal Affairs gather information on all forces known to the PRT. They conduct examinations across the board on the performance of Marshals and the CDF. They are also responsible for information collection on movements made by the US and its allies through foreign contacts.