Sheriff Domenech, who is the former deputy director of the ATFE
in Washington DC has 25 years of law enforcement experience, and served in a variety of leadership positions at the agency including the Special Agent in Charge of the New York Field Division.
Filling the role of company operations officer and TF special staff officer, the ATFE and other members of an ETOC must be capable of rapidly and effectively communicating sound recommendations to the TF and engineer-company commanders.
During the military decision-making process, the ATFE conducts direct coordination with BOS representatives to ensure that all elements operating in the TF sector understand the scheme of engineer operations (SOEO).
This process begins during the TDMP, as the ATFE ensures that the MIS BOS is represented during the war-gaming process and the development of the TF synchronization matrix.
The ATFE must not try to accomplish all missions and handle issues during all phases.
The ATFE must be the M/S BOS expert with the capability to analyze any friendly or enemy engineer actions and provide effective recommendations to the TF commander.
The ATFE and ETOC are responsible for synchronizing M/CM/S effort across the TF.
In response, the Akwesasne Task Force on the Environment (ATFE), a community-based organization, was founded to "conserve, preserve, and protect the natural and cultural resources within the territory of Akwesasne" (ATFE 1996; ATFE and Research Advisory Committee 1997).
It is the emerging behaviors that flow from these guiding principles that serve to inform the research process and "channel the inherent good will of humans to work toward peace, justice, and unity to prevent the abuse of human beings and mother earth" (ATFE and Research Advisory Committee 1997, p 95).
The ATFE has managed the safeguarding of human rights through the development of culturally based research guidelines.
Accordingly, the individual consulted with other community members and gained feedback at the monthly ATFE meeting, a process that identified which outreach programs would be of most use to the community.
As the ATFE has reviewed the risk assessments that have been completed, it has become obvious that while frameworks for risk assessments have evolved over time, there remains a void in the assessment of health.