A bit of a Google shows Europol names tend to be non-random but cryptic. Eg. Operation OPSON targets food crime because (apparently) opson means ‘food’ in ancient Greek. Operation Lake? Illegal trade in endangered eels (which is funny because a lake is about the worst place to look for trafficked eels where they hide among the non-trafficked ones).
What *is* random is the capitalisation. Sometimes Opson. Other times OPSON.
In my book capitalisation means shouty and tourniquet is never used in non-shouty situations so it feels appropriate in this instance.
DAMNIT DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO USE A TOURNIQUET CORRECTLY?