International Strategic Defence Council (I.S.D.C)
The International Strategic Defence Council has existed in embryonic form for over two decades, typically used for inter-governmental operations where jurisdiction fell between the cracks of existing protocol. Since the strengthening of NATO policies in 2007 in the wake of the global terror threats that plagued the early part of the millennium, the I.S.D.C has seen an increase in both funding and responsibility.
I.S.D.C agents are now given wide ranging powers to investigate alongside local law enforcement agencies in NATO countries. Although the exact mandate of the I.S.D.C is not widely published, it’s possible that this single organisation has the power to investigate anyone, anywhere at any time.