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International Narcotics and Law Enforcement: FY 2002 Budget Justification
Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
May 2001
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INL Budget FY 2000 – FY 2002

($000)

 

FY 2000 Actual

FY 2000 Em. Supp.

FY 2001 Estimate

FY 2002 Request

Narcotics Programs

       

Andean Counterdrug Initiative Programs1

       

Bolivia: Interdiction

32,000

25,000

35,000

54,000

AltDev/Institution Building

16,000

85,000

17,000

47,000

Colombia: Interdiction

50,929

635,500

48,000

252,500

AltDev/Institution Building

5,000

203,000

146,500

Ecuador: Interdiction

1,200

12,000

2,200

19,000

AltDev/Institution Building

8,000

20,000

Peru: Interdiction

23,000

32,000

21,000

77,000

AltDev/Institution Building

25,000

27,000

79,000

Andean Initiative Programs Regional

       

Brazil

1,500

3,500

2,000

15,000

Venezuela

700

3,500

1,200

10,000

Panama

987

4,000

1,000

11,000

Latin America Andean Regional

7,000

Subtotal Andean Counterdrug Initiative

156,316

1,018,500

154,400

731,000

Other Latin America

       

Bahamas

1,000

1,200

1,200

Guatemala

3,000

3,000

4,000

Jamaica

800

1,200

1,550

Mexico

4,071

10,000

12,000

Latin America Regional

7,806

7,957

12,500

Subtotal Other Latin America

16,677

23,357

31,250

Asia Regional

       

Laos

4,000

4,200

4,200

Pakistan

3,250

3,500

3,500

Thailand

3,000

3,000

4,000

Asia Regional

4,798

3,328

7,050

Southwest Asia Initiative

3,000

Subtotal Asia Regional

15,048

14,028

21,750

Interregional Aviation Support

50,000

50,000

60,000

Subtotal Country Programs

238,041

1,018,500

241,785

844,000

International Organizations

12,000

12,000

18,000

Regional Narc. Training/Demand Reduction

9,000

10,000

12,000

Systems Support/Upgrades

5,000

4,000

6,000

Program Development & Support

9,800

11,500

13,000

Total Narcotics Programs

273,841

1,018,500

279,285

893,000

         

Anticrime Programs

       

INL Anticrime Programs

18,334

15,265

15,330

Civilian Police Contingent

10,000

10,000

Africa Regional Anticrime

7,500

7,500

Internat. Law Enforcement Academy

9,553

7,300

14,500

Migrant Smuggling/Trafficking in Persons

2,113

4,935

7,670

Total Anticrime Programs

30,000

45,000

55,000

         

Total INL Programs2 3

303,841

1,018,500

324,285

948,000

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1 Andean Counterdrug Initiative (ACI) begins in FY 2002. The ACI is the INL component of the Andean Regional Initiative.
2 Includes a rescission of $1.159 million for FY 2000 and $0.715 million in FY 2001.
3 Does not reflect FSA and SEED Act anticrime funding transfers from USAID.

 

INL Budget by Function

($000)

 

FY 2000 Actual

% Of Total

FY 2001 Estimate

% Of Total

FY 2002 Request

% Of Total

Narcotics Programs

           

Law Enforcement Assistance and Institution Development

867,431

65.6

145,725

44.9

492,364

51.9

Alternative Develop/Eradication

373,945

28.3

75,980

23.4

332,926

35.1

International Organizations

12,000

0.9

12,000

3.7

18,000

1.9

Drug Awareness/Demand Reduction

7,395

0.6

8,395

2.6

9,810

1.0

Law Enforcement Training

7,000

0.5

8,000

2.5

9,000

0.9

Program Development and Support

24,570

1.9

29,185

9.0

30,900

3.3

Total Narcotics Programs1

1,292,341

98

279,285

86

893,000

94

Anticrime Programs

           

INL Anticrime Programs

18,334

1.4

15,265

4.7

15,330

1.6

Civilian Police Contingent

10,000

3.1

10,000

1.1

Africa Regional Anticrime

7,500

2.3

7,500

0.8

Int. Law Enforcement Academy

9,553

0.7

7,300

2.3

14,500

1.5

Migrant Smuggling/Trafficking in Persons

2,113

0.2

4,935

1.5

7,670

0.8

Total Anticrime Programs

30,000

2

45,000

14

55,000

6

Total Program Plan

1,322,341

100

324,285

100

948,000

100

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1Includes a rescission of $1.159 million for FY 2000 and $0.715 million for FY 2001.



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