Federal Police Special Units
The Directorate of Special Units (DSU) is the Belgian Federal Police's Counter-Terrorism unit. The DSU is deployed in cases of terrorism, kidnappings, hostage taking and other forms of serious crime. In major terrorist operations outside the country, the DSU would be replaced by the Belgian Army Special Forces Group. The Federal Police's website says the DSU has a total of 430 personnel.
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