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FY 2009 Program and Budget Guide: Budget Summary


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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
May 13, 2008

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INL Budget by Program
($000)

FY 2007FY 2007 SuppFY 2008FY 2008 SuppFY 2009 Request
ACP Country Programs

Bolivia Total
66,000
0
29,757
0
31,000
Interdiction/Eradication
35,000
0
29,757
0
31,000
Alter.Dev./Inst.Building *
31,000
0
0
0
0
Colombia Total ****
465,000
0
244,618
0
329,557
Interdiction/Eradication
299,684
0
244,618
0
298,970
Alter.Dev./Inst.Building * **
139,166
0
0
0
0
Critical Flight Safety Program
0
0
0
0
0
Rule of Law
26,150
0
0
0
30,587
Program Development and Support
0
0
0
0
0
Ecuador Total
17,300
0
6,943
0
7,200
Interdiction/Eradication
8,900
0
6,943
0
7,200
Alter.Dev./Inst.Building *
8,400
0
0
0
0
Peru Total
103,165
0
36,546
0
37,000
Interdiction/Eradication
56,000
0
36,546
0
37,000
Alter.Dev./Inst.Building *
47,165
0
0
0
0
Brazil
4,000
0
992
0
1,000
Critical Flight Safety Program ***
61,035
0
***
0
***
Panama
4,000
0
992
0
1,000
Venezuela
1,000
0
0
0
0
Subtotal Andean Counterdrug Program
721,500
0
319,848
0
406,757
* FY 08 Alt Dev of $192,500 are in ESF Funding and are not included in the ACI total.
** FY07 Alt Development transfer funding directly to USAID for Colombia includes previous $10M commitment to Demob/IDP.
*** CFSP funding of $38.982M in FY 2008 and $45M in FY 2009 allocated under Colombia's Interdiction/Eradication budget.
**** FY08 Colombia funding total does not include the transfer of $2.48 million to FMF (Colombia Armed Forces for manual eradication) and the transfer of $2.48M to INCLE (Colombia National Police for manual eradication).
INCLE Programs
    

 

Africa
    

 

Africa Regional
500
0
0
0
2,500
Burkina Faso
0
0
0
0
100
Cape Verde
0
0
496
0
500
Democratic Republic of Congo
0
0
1,488
0
1,700
Djibouti
0
0
298
0
300
Ethiopia
0
0
0
0
500
Ghana
0
0
496
0
500
Guinea
0
0
0
0
100
Guinea-Bissau
0
0
0
0
100
Kenya
0
0
0
0
100
Liberia
1,000
0
4,096
0
4,130
Mauritania
0
0
0
0
300
Mozambique
0
0
0
0
300
Nigeria
400
0
1,190
0
1,200
Sierra Leone
0
0
0
0
250
South Africa
500
0
0
0
0
Sudan
9,800
0
13,578
0
24,000
Tanzania
0
0
0
0
450
Uganda
0
0
0
0
350
Women's Justice Empowerment Initiative
7,500
0
0
0
0
Subtotal, Africa
19,700
0
21,642
0
37,380
  
East Asia and the Pacific
    

 

China
0
0
0
0
600
Indonesia
4,700
0
6,150
0
9,450
Laos
900
0
1,567
0
1,000
Malaysia
0
0
0
0
400
Mongolia
0
0
0
0
420
Philippines
1,900
0
794
0
1,150
East Asia and Pacific Regional
0
0
0
0
300
Thailand
900
0
1,686
0
1,400
Timor-Leste
0
0
20
0
1,010
Vietnam
0
0
0
0
200
Subtotal, East Asia and the Pacific
8,400
0
10,217
0
15,930
     

 

Europe

Turkey
0
0
298
0
300
Subtotal, Europe
0
0
298
0
300
     

 

Near East

Algeria
0
0
198
0
0
Egypt
0
0
1,984
0
3,000
Iraq
20,048
150,000
0
159,000
75,000
Jordan
0
0
1,488
0
1,500
Lebanon
0
60,000
496
0
6,000
Morocco
1,000
0
496
0
1,000
Tunisia
0
0
198
0
0
West Bank/Gaza
0
0
0
25,000
25,000
Yemen
0
0
496
0
750
Subtotal, Near East
21,048
210,000
5,356
184,000
112,250

 

    

 

South Asia
     

 

Afghanistan *
209,740
42,000
272,574
0
250,000
Bangladesh
0
0
198
0
800
India
0
0
0
0
400
Nepal
0
0
30
0
10,000
Pakistan **
24,000
0
21,822
0
32,000
Sri Lanka
0
0
20
0
350
Subtotal - South Asia
233,740
42,000
294,644
0
293,550
  
Western Hemisphere
    

 

Argentina
0
0
198
0
305
Bahamas
500
0
496
0
500
Bolivia
0
0
397
0
0
Caribbean and Central America (Transit Zone)
1,700
0
0
0
0
Merida Initiative (Central America)
0
0
0
50,000
100,000
Merida Initiative (Mexico)
0
0
0
500,000
450,000
Chile
0
0
99
0
0
Colombia (Rule of Law/Judicial/Human Rights)
0
0
39,428
0
0
Colombia - Transfer from ACP for CNP Erad ***
0
0
2,479
0
0
Dominican Republic
0
0
992
0
1,150
Eastern Caribbean
0
0
496
0
500
Ecuador
0
0
99
0
0
El Salvador
0
0
744
0
800
Guatemala
2,200
0
3,472
0
5,320
Haiti
14,850
0
8,927
0
15,000
Honduras
0
0
744
0
750
Jamaica
900
0
992
0
1,010
Mexico
36,678
0
26,553
0
27,816
Nicaragua
0
0
972
0
1,600
Paraguay
0
0
278
0
300
Southern Cone
500
0
0
0
0
Trinidad and Tobago
0
0
397
0
500
Subtotal, Western Hemisphere
57,328
0
87,763
550,000
605,551

 

    

 

Global
      

 

Criminal Youth Gangs
0
0
7,935
0
5,000
Demand Reduction/Drug Awareness
8,000
0
11,903
0
3,500
International Organizations
5,400
0
3,967
0
4,500
CICAD
1,400
0
1,407
0
2,430
UNODC
4,000
0
2,110
0
1,620
USEU
0
0
450
0
450
Interregional Aviation Support
63,000
0
54,654
0
55,100
Trafficking in Persons ****
5,000
0
5,951
0
0
INL Anticrime Programs
13,500
0
11,903
0
14,000
Alien Smuggling/Border Security
1,250
0
992
0
1,500
Cyber Crime, IPR and CIP
3,750
0
3,472
0
4,000
Fighting Corruption
4,500
0
3,967
0
4,500
Financial Crimes/Money Laundering/CT
4,000
0
3,472
0
4,000
Global Peacekeeping Operations
0
0
0
0
4,000
Civilian Police Program
2,000
0
1,984
0
6,000
ILEA Operations
16,500
0
18,846
0
17,000
Subtotal, Global
113,400
0
117,143
0
109,100
PD&S
19,000
0
19,342
0
20,233
Subtotal, Global and PD&S
132,400
0
136,485
0
129,333

Subtotal, INCLE
472,616
252,000
556,405
734,000
1,194,294

TOTAL INL PROGRAMS
1,194,116
252,000
876,253
734,000
1,601,051
* FY09 DOD request is $365 million for police.
** FY07 Pakistan allocation was $24 million. However, $2.65 million was reprogrammed to Haiti, resulting in a net allocationto Pakistan of $21.35 million.
*** FY08 transfer of $2.48 million to INCLE from ACP (Colombia National Police for manual eradication).
**** The breakout of Trafficking in Persons funding of $7.767M in FY09 will be provided by the Office to Monitor and Combat the Trafficking in Persons or the Office of the Director of U.S. Foreign Assistance.

Funds Transfers

In addition to implementing program funded through the INCLE and ACP appropriations, INL manages funding received or transferred from other agencies and bureaus, such as FREEDOM Support Act (FSA), Support for Eastern European Democracy (SEED) Act, Economic Support Fund (ESF), Peacekeeping Operations (PKO), and Department of Defense funds, to implement programs on their behalf using INL project management personnel and infrastructure.

FREEDOM Support Act (FSA)

FSA is the primary source of USG funding to support the democratic and economic transition in the former Soviet Union. FSA assistance supports transition process by promoting economic and democratic reform at governmental and grassroots level, including in the area of good governance, secures against threats to regional stability by strengthening border security, improving capability of law enforcement and criminal justice sector institutions, trafficking in narcotics and humans, and redirecting weapons scientists to civilian work.

FSA assistance supports twelve bilateral INL programs and regional programs that support cross-border training and information sharing. INL programs supported by FSA assistance focus on reforming law enforcement institutions and the criminal justice system, and building the capacity of justice sector institutions and actors in Eurasia.

Support for East European Democracy Act (SEED)

The purpose of SEED assistance is to stabilize Southeast Europe, support the transition to market based democracies in the region, strengthen U.S. partners in the war on terrorism, and promote Euro-Atlantic integration. SEED assistance strengthens democratic governance and market reforms in Southeast Europe, builds the capacity of the judiciary, law enforcement and civilian police, supports local government, protects minority rights, and drives economic growth through policy reform and targeted technical assistance. SEED assistance is integral to U.S. efforts to fight against corruption, trafficking and organized crime in the Balkans.

SEED assistance supports eight bilateral INL programs and regional programs that support cross-border training and information sharing. INL programs supported by SEED assistance focus on combating organized crime in the Balkans, reforming law enforcement and criminal justice sector institutions, and building the capacity of justice sector actors and institutions in Southeastern Europe to uphold regional and international standards.

Economic Support Fund (ESF)

The purpose of ESF assistance is to promote economic and political stability by providing assistance including to allies and countries in transition to democracy, supporting the Middle East peace negotiations, and financing economic stabilization programs, frequently in the multi-donor context. ESF advances U.S. foreign policy interests by supporting programs that develop effective, accessible, independent justice sector institutions that operate under and promote the rule of law, increase the role of the private sector in the economy, and assist in the development of institutions necessary for sustainable democracy including civilian-based law enforcement and accountable criminal justice institutions.

INL uses ESF funds to support police reform, law enforcement training, and justice sector reform programs.

Department of Defense Funds for Iraq and Afghanistan

In Iraq, INL utilizes funds transferred from DOD to continue to develop the capacities of the Iraqi criminal justice system to support fair, efficient, and legitimate Iraqi Government institutions to promote peace and security, resolve disputes, and promote respect for the rule of law. National Security Presidential Directive (NSPD) 36 gave the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) primary responsibility for developing, organizing, training, and equipping Iraq’s security forces, including the police. The mission has been tasked to CENTCOM’s subordinate command the Multi National Security Transition Command – Iraq (MNSTC-I) and its Directorate of Interior Affairs (DoIA) – formerly known as the Civilian Police Assistance Training Team (CPATT). INL, with DOD funding, supports MNSTC-I’s efforts by providing up to 880 contracted International Police Advisors (IPAs) who assess, train, and mentor Iraqi police in training academies and in the field, as well as participate in the Ministry of Interior-Transition Team (MOI-TT) dedicated to building the capacity of the MOI; 57 contracted IPAs specializing in border security; an additional 12 IPAs specializing in border security through an interagency agreement with the Justice Department’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP), which in turn employs contractors from MPRI; and related life, equipment, and security support for advisors. The FY 2009 Program assumes continued funding for the police development program from Iraq Security Forces Funds (ISFF) via DOD. These funds will support the continued deployment of U.S. police and border security advisors who are providing training and mentoring to Iraqi counterparts throughout Iraq.

Department of Defense Afghanistan Security Forces Funds (ASFF) transferred to INL are used to support the Afghan Police Program (APP). The APP can be broken down into a number of key components. The first is the operations and maintenance costs for seven INL Regional Training Centers (RTC) located throughout Afghanistan and a Central Training Center in Kabul, as well as salary support for the civilian police training advisors who staff them. The CTC and RTCs provide the core of basic training to the Afghan National Police through an 8 week program of instruction. Training is provided to the Afghan Uniform Police (AUP) which includes the Afghan National Auxiliary Police (ANAP), the Afghan Border Police (ABP), and the specialized Afghan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP). The RTCs and CTC also provide a range of advanced and specialized courses including in firearms, criminal investigative division, instructor development, field training, tactical training, medic training, and train-the-trainer instruction. Most recently, RTCs and the CTC have become the focal point for all training required in the newly-launched Focused District Development program which is intended to provide intensive reform of the Afghan National Police at the district level. The second main component of the program is the effort to expand and extend the reach of the civilian police field mentoring program through the deployment of police mentor teams (PMTs) at provincial and district locations throughout Afghanistan. Intensive mentoring, particularly through FDD, is intended to ensure police throughout the country receive on-the-job training and guidance to enhance and reinforce training previously provided in the classroom. Specialized mentoring is also provided to Family Response Units, led by female ANP officers. A third key component of the APP is senior level mentoring at the Ministry of Interior (MoI) to effect institutional reform of the ANP.

Department of Defense 1207 Funds

Section 1207 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006 authorized the Secretary of Defense to provide to the Department of State up to $100 million in articles, services, and funds per year in FY 2006 and FY 2007 to support reconstruction and stabilization operations. This authority was renewed for FY 2008, subject to the same limitations, in section 1210 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008.

The authority is intended to improve U.S. capacity and interagency coordination for immediate reconstruction, security, or stabilization assistance to a foreign country for the purpose of restoring or maintaining peace and security in that country. State’s Office of the Coordinator for Reconstruction and Stabilization is charged with coordinating submissions for funding and monitoring programs implemented under Section 1207.

INL uses section 1207 funds to support programs to train and equip civilian police forces.

Peacekeeping Operations (PKO) Funds

The purpose of PKO funds is to support peacekeeping operations and other programs to further the national security interests of the United States. INL assistance using PKO funds supports law enforcement development projects and police assistance programs to further peacekeeping operations goals.

Incoming Funds Transfer Summary
($000s)
Country
Brief
FY 2007 Actual Amount
FY 2008 Actual As of 3/20/08
FY 2008 Estimated Amount
FY 2009 Estimated Amount
ESF
African Countries
Trafficking in Persons
1,634
-
*
*
Multiple East Asia, Middle East, and South Asia Countries
Trafficking in Persons
5,428
-
*
*
Africa, East Asia/Pacific, Europe, South Asia, Western Hemisphere
G-TIP to carry out anti-trafficking in persons programs.
3,025
8,500
*
*
Sudan Supplemental
Criminal Justice (UNMIS)
2,500
-
*
*
Haiti
Development of a National Civilian Police
-
960
*
*
Guatemala
Law Enforcement Development Program
1,650
-
*
*
Egypt
Police Reform Program
1,300
-
*
*
Liberia
Justice Sector Reform
3,700
2,000
*
*
Palestine
Palestine National Security Forces and Presidential Guard
86,362
-
*
*
Pakistan
Activities in the Federally-Administered Tribal Areas (FATA)
-
17,000
*
*
Mongolia
FBI Training Course for Mongolian Police
75
-
*
*
Western Hemisphere Countries
Trafficking in Persons
1,794
-
*
*
TOTAL ESF

107,468
28,460
*
*
FSA
Armenia
Prosecuting Election Fraud
85
-
*
*
Independent States of the Former Soviet Union
Anti-Crime Training & Technical Asst.
37,505
-
*
*
Georgia
Police Reform Conference/Police Reform Program
25
-
*
*
TOTAL FSA

37,615
-
*
*
SEED
Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Southern Regional
Anti-Crime Training & Technical Asst.
16,762
-
*
*
Kosovo
Provide support for CIVPOL
29,800
-
39,115
*
Macedonia, Bulgaria, Serbia
Anti-Crime Training & Technical Asst.
890
-
*
*
Romania
SECI Center
1,505
-
*
*
Other Countries
Anti-Crime Training & Technical Asst.
1,937
-
*
*
TOTAL SEED
50,894
-
*
*

 
DoD
Iraq
559,308
-
264,000
400,000
Afghanistan
388,326
391,000
*
365,000
Nepal
Law Enforcement Development
3,811
-
*
*
Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia

3,300
-
*
*
Haiti
Training, vetting & Mentoring Haitian Police
5,000
-
*
*
Ukraine
DTRA
-
150
*
*
Somalia
8,250
-
*
*
Other Countries

500
75
*
*
TOTAL DOD
968,495
391,225
*
*
PKO
Liberia
Justice Sector Reform
5,000
-
*
*
TOTAL DOD
5,000
-
*
*
Other
DEA SIU Program
4,945
-
*
*
DEA Other
1,898
-
*
*
DOJ-U.S. Marshals Service
Afghanistan
-
510
*
*
Non-Proliferation, Anti-Terrorism, Demining, and Related Programs (NADR)
Counter-Terrorist Financing Programs
8,000
6,280
*
*
TOTAL Other
14,843
6,790
*
*
* To Be Determined


 



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