ENCLOSURE TEAM K-19. The tactical PSYOP detachment assigned as an enclosure team conducts face-to-face PSYOP and collects vital information within the I/R facility. To perform its mission, members of the enclosure team must have unrestricted access to the I/R population. The enclosure team conducts close coordination with the guard force commander to ensure that its activities do not jeopardize the safe operation of the I/R facility and to ensure that they are safe. K-20. The enclosure team builds a rapport with detainees and DCs by distributing recreational equipment, conducting morale support activities, and performing other actions designed to gain the trust of detainees or DCs. Although it is important for the enclosure team to maintain close communication with other PSYOP team elements, such communication should be discreet and conducted away from the view of the I/R population. The enclosure team will usually enjoy a greater rapport with the I/R population if it is not identified with the authoritarian elements of the facility administration. K-21. The enclosure team capitalizes on its access to the I/R population to collect information about individuals and to watch for potential problems. The enclosure team should look for— Formal and informal leaders. Individuals who are the center of attention in a group. Loners. Unusual groups. Items passed from one person to another. Contrasting soil in the compound. Lookouts. Signals and codes. Individuals who move from one group, to another and whose presence forces the topic of conversation to change. Individuals who speak for a group but maintain eye contact with another person in that group. Individuals who immediately make friends with military police guards. Detainees and DCs who express interest in I/R facility construction or materials and equipment used in facility construction.