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The establishing internal security after significant combat should be the most immediate and vital concern of policymakers. This objective is critical to stop the chaos and prevent any criminal or insurgent organizations to take control, by setting their foothold in society but at the same time help to facilitate the reconstruction in other areas as necessary such as basic infrastructure, health, and economy. Establishing security is also important over the long run for the country since a state’s prospects for stability depend on viable police, security forces, and justice structures that can establish order. Another step that should always be a significant factor in the reconstruction of internal security is the reconstructing and reformingof the police and security forces are not always enough to provide a well established and secured environment and protect civil liberties. Effective police and internal security forces require a functioning justice system. (INFRASTRUCTURE, SAFETY, 6 AND ENVIRONMENT. (n.d.)) .Third, success in achieving stability and the rule of law is a function of inputs, outputs, and initial conditions. Inputs include the amount of financial assistance, the number of troops and police, the duration of assistance, and the extent of prewar planning. Outputs include training, infrastructure, and institutional development. Initial conditions include those conditions that exist at the beginning of reconstruction, such as the status of security organizations or the existence of a functioning central government.But let’s be honest,  everything runs in money, and without money to be injected into their economic circle, this  cannot exist. The number of resources used in reconstructing internal security, such as the amount of financial assistance and international personnel deployed is defiantly costly. States emerging from interstate or civil war have generally suffered significant damage. Some research suggests that annual per capita assistance should be approximately $250 per year.15 These levels of funding are necessary to train indigenous police, army, and justice personnel; provide equipment; run ministries and courts; and build infrastructure. While staying for a longtime does not guarantee success, leaving early usually assures failure. Time is critical because it can take years to train, equip, and mentor police and other security forces, as well as build and refurbish infrastructure. Justice systems can be complicated and time-consuming to build, especially in countries with the little formal rule of law when reconstruction begins. Time is also necessary for other areas of nation-building, such as building public health and health care delivery systems, basic infrastructure, a functioning economic system, governance institutions, and democratic structures. Some researchsuggests that no successful effort at nation-building has taken hold in less than five years