IDAP

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The IDAP (French: Indice de Defense et d'Alerte aux Populations; English: Index of Defense and Population Alert), is the Nova-Occitanian national security alert system. It was created on 15 October 2016 under the Popular regime as the INSO and recreated by a presidential decree as the IDAP on 31 December 2019[1]. The system defined four levels of threats represented by five colors: white, yellow, orange, red and scarlet.The IDAP is controlled by the People's Army of Occitania.

Levels of alert

Alert level Color Significance Measures taken
0
White No danger No danger.
1
Yellow Vague threat / Raise vigilance Raise security levels to face real yet still uncertain dangers, through measures that are local and minimally disruptive of normal activity, while preparing to switch to "orange" or "red" within a few days.
2
Orange Possible threat / Prevent action or Attack Take measures against plausible risks of adverse action, including the use of means that are moderately disruptive to normal public activities, while preparing to switch to "red" or "scarlet" on short notice where possible.
3
Red High chance of threat / Prevent serious Attack Take measures against a proven risk of one or more adverse actions, including measures to protect public institutions and putting in place appropriate means for rescue and response, authorizing a significant level of disruption to social and economic activity.
4
Scarlet Definite threat / Prevent major Attack Notification of a risk of major attacks, simultaneous or otherwise, using non-conventional means and causing major devastation; preparing appropriate means of rescue and response, measures that are highly disruptive to public life are authorized.

History of alert levels under the Popular Union of Occitania

Date Level Description
15 October 2016 - 16 October 2016 Orange Preparation of the Occitania referendum 2016.
17 October 2016 - 18 October 2016 White Normal level.
19 October 2016 - 21 October 2016 Yellow Establishment of the International embargo against Gadsen.
22 October 2016 - 23 October 2016 Red October 2016 cyberattack.
23 October 2016 - 11 November 2016 Yellow Back to the position of October 19.
11 November 2016 - 10 January 2017 Orange FOPA campaigns + Hackers on the micronational community in Twitter.
22 November 2016 - 6 December 2016 State of Emergency Only in Kerem Shalom: Occitania elections, November 2016.
  • Renew on 29/11/2016.
10 January 2017 - 29 January 2017 White Normal level.
29 January 2017 - 5 February 2017 Red Operation Rosa.
6 February 2017 - 12 February 2017 State of Emergency Operation Rosa & Climate (Storm Leiv).
13 February 2017 - 17 February 2017 White Normal level.
17 February 2017 - 7 March 2017 Yellow International threat against the Socialist model.
7 March 2017 - 27 March 2017 State of Emergency No reasons.
  • Renew on 14/03/2017 and 20/03/2017.
27 March 2017 - 20 June 2017 White Normal level.
20 June 2017 - 1 July 2017 Yellow Vague threat.
1 July 2017 - 7 July 2017 State of Emergency No reasons.[2]
7 July 2017 - 16 August 2017 Yellow Vague threat
16 August 2017 - 17 August 2017 Red International context and national issues.
17 August 2017 - 24 August 2017 State of Emergency Vacancy of power following the resignation of the government.[3]
24 August 2017 - 26 October 2017 White Normal level.
26 October 2017 - 2 November 2017 State of Emergency Sezentrania Crisis[4]
2 November 2017 - 29 March 2018 White Normal level.
29 March 2018 - 28 October 2018 Orange Vandalism on Occitanian pages[5]

History of alert levels under the Union of Nova-Occitania

Date Level Description
31 December 2019 - 29 February 2020'[6]
Orange On the internet, due to threats against Occitanian journalists.
White
29 February 2020 - present [7]
State of Emergency 2019–20 coronavirus outbreak

References

  1. " PRESIDENTIAL_DECREE_2019/3", Codex Premius on e-NOC, Retrieved 31 December 2019
  2. [1] " Etat Urgence Juin.
  3. [2] " Etat Urgence Aout.
  4. [3] " Etat Urgence Juin.
  5. [4] " OrangeMarch2018.
  6. " PRESIDENTIAL_DECREE_2019/4", Codex Premius on e-NOC, Retrieved 31 December 2019
  7. " PRESIDENTIAL_DECREE_2020/5", Codex Premius on e-NOC, Retrieved 29 Feb. 2020