Or, to give it its full title, the “DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL AFFAIRS INVESTIGATIONS OFFICER FULL HAT CHECKSHEET”. This is used during the training of agents for the Office of Special Affairs, Scientology’s KGB. Some key excerpts include:
7. Section: 1. GENERAL PUBLIC TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
8. DEMO: Why the only way to defend anything is to attack.
9. ESSAY: An auditor from your org has just delivered an assist to an injured and unconscious person in the local hospital which resulted in the patient regaining consciousness. The hospital psychiatrist, seeing the results, has called the police in order to remove him from the premises. What should you do to handle this situation? Turn your write-up in to the Supervisor.
CLAY DEMO: “The goal of the department is to bring the government and hostile philosophies or societies into a state of complete compliance with the goals of Scientology. This is done by high level ability to control and in its absence by low level ability to overwhelm. Introvert such agencies. Control such agencies. Scientology is the only game on Earth where everybody wins. There is no overt in bringing good order.”
CLAY DEMO: How the fact that a criminal accuses others of doing things which he himself is doing can be used in investigating an attacker.
DEMO: 5 examples of the following stable datum: “We must ourselves fight on the basis of total attrition of the enemy. So never get reasonable about him. Just go all the way in and obliterate him.”
DRILL: Have another student take the role of a government agent who has arrived in the org. The org is building a new Test Centre down town and he is charging the org with some reported violation of zoning regulations. Drill the exact steps you would take to handle the immediate charges being made. The coach is to make up other examples as needed. Flunks are given for any incorrect hand- ling or uncertainty of the student on how to handle the situation, referring the student to the exact LRH material being violated. This drill is passed when the student can effectively handle any allegation put forward by the coach.