Department of Defense
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DEFCON (Defense Readiness Condition) refers to the readiness of the White House during times of crisis. The DEFCON level is maintained by the Secretary of Defense.
Current DEFCON Level:
DEFCON Levels explained:
- DEFCON 1 (Code BLACK) - Maximum readiness.
- DEFCON 2 (Code RED) - Intense readiness.
- DEFCON 3 (Code YELLOW) - Heightened readiness.
- DEFCON 4 (Code BLUE) - Above normal readiness.
- DEFCON 5 (Code GREEN) - Normal readiness.
Department of Defense
The Department of Defense is an executive branch department of the White House charged with coordinating and supervising all departments, offices, and branches of the organization directly related to national security, ensuring the safety and security of the White House and its allies. This is accomplished by assessing any potential threats, monitoring fake badges, updating the Ban on Sight (BoS) and National Punishment (NP) lists, oversight of the Defense Intelligence Agency, and management of the DEFCON (Defense Readiness Condition) levels.
The Department of Defense is headed by the Secretary of Defense, a cabinet-level head who reports to the President, Chief of Staff, and the National Security Advisor. Alongside the Secretary of Defense are two cabinet-level secretaries: the Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Homeland Security. The people currently holding these positions are:
Secretary of Defense
Deputy Secretary of Defense
Secretary of Homeland Security
National Reconnaissance Office
- The National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) is an office under the Department of Defense which assists with targeted reconnaissance.
Defense Intelligence Agency
- The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) is an agency under the Department of Defense which conducts classified work.
Fakes badges are used to gain illegal access to the White House. There are numerous accounts on the Habbo floor that have created almost-identical group badges. Due to that reason, a register has been designed to recognize these group badges and their owners. The owners of these fake badges pose a threat to the White House and can be placed on the Ban on Sight list. Furthermore, if you discover a fake badge that is not currently on the register, please inform the Department of Defense.
If you spot someone with a fake badge, please fill out the form located HERE.
Click HERE to view the complete list of fake badges.
Terrorists are people who have conducted illicit actions such as, but not limited to:
- Attempted/suceeded to raid, harm, or abuse any member of the White House
- Trash, damage, or deface any part of the White House, website or its resouces
- Practicing and/or endorsing Illegal Warfare
Terrorists are placed on Ban on Sight, and can also be placed on the National Punishment, depending on the severity.
Click HERE to view the list of terrorists.
CONDEMNATION OF ILLEGAL WARFARE TREATY
The Condemnation of Illegal Warfare Treaty (CIW-T) is a treaty amongst several militaries and agencies that aims to condemn. The treaty has a list of individuals and groups who are confirmed Illegal Warfare Operators and cannot be employed, aided or endorsed by any signed agency of military of the treaty.
Click HERE to view the list of Illegal Warfare Operators issued by the CIW-T.
BAN ON SIGHT & NATIONAL PUNISHMENT
The Ban on Sight (BoS) list is a list of people or groups which, if they are a member of said list, may not enter or use any White House room, website, or property, and may not be employed at the White House. Before any person or group can be added to the list, they must be approved by the President, Secretary of Defense, and at least two of three Associate Justices in the Supreme Court hearing, OR through a unanimous vote by the Board of Trustees.
The National Punishment (NP) list is a list of people or groups that may not be employed at the White House and any of our allied organizations if they are a member of said list. Before any person or group can be added to the list, they must be approved by the Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, and/or a District Judge or Associate Justice in a District Court hearing.
Certain crimes may lead to the punishment of Ban on Sight or National Punishment. Some examples of crimes are; creating fake badges, poaching, harassment, trolling, misconduct, etc. Depending on the severity of the crime, an offender may be sentenced to both Ban on Sight and National Punishment, also known as NP/BoS. A public announcement shall be made for an individual or groups if placed on the said punishment.
The One Punishment is the maximum punishment issued to the people who have committed crimes that shall be defined as:
Stalking in real-life or on social media
Revenge porn or sexual blackmail
Exposure to explicit content without consent
Threatening with, attempting, or conducting Illegal Warfare, which includes but is not limited to Doxxing, DoSing/DDoSing, and Phishing
To proceed with any One Punishment, it is necessary to get a unanimous vote by the Board of Trustees OR an affirmative majority vote by the collective Executive Office of the President and the Secretaries of State and Defense. After getting the required votes from the necessary parties. The Department of Justice shall be authorized to file an anonymized lawsuit with the Supreme Court (in this case, the disciplinary actions might be taken only after a guilty verdict by the Supreme Court).
Once a person is found guilty with a One Punishment crime, the following disciplinary actions shall be taken:
Permanent Ban on Sight,
Removal of any White House affiliation and all employment records
Permanent storage of evidence of crimes on a secured database,
Placement on the National Punishment list for illegal activities
IP barring from White House website
DEFENSE READINESS CONDITION (DEFCON)
Part of the Defense Department’s task is to assess any potential threats. When there is a positive threat on the White House's safety, the Defense Readiness Condition or DEFCON is an alert state, usually announced on the website to alert all members of the White House. The Secretary of Defense decides if DEFCON must be alerted.
DEFCON levels are labelled from DEFCON 5 to DEFCON 1. The definition of each level is stated below:
DEFCON 5 - Normal Readiness
DEFCON 4 - Above Normal Readiness
DEFCON 3 - Heightened Readiness
DEFCON 2 - Intense Readiness
DEFCON 1 - Maximum Readiness
When DEFCON 1 is activated, site access shall be restricted. Whenever the DEFCON level is altered, a website message shall be sent to all employees of the White House identifying the changes of the DEFCON level, a brief reason for the alteration, and recommendations from the Defense Department in regards to safety.
This guide outlines how to stay safe on the internet.
This guide outlines information about mafias and how to be safe around them.
It can be used if people would like to submit anonymous tips to the Department of Defense about any necessary matters whilst still remaining anonymous.
This statute outlines the various procedures for handling terrorism within our organization. This statute also outlines the various digital security offenses and detention procedures as well as introduces Judicial Oversight on Ban on Sight and National Punishment additions.
For questions concerns, feel free to contact eyyitsjosh (N8#0920), Nobeliums (Jose#7903), and trish89 (trish#2745) via site message, Habbo, or Discord. For complaints, issue an Anonymous Tip to the DoD and we will consult with you as soon as possible.
Last updated on 29/03/2021 02:58 AM BST by eyyitsjosh