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FY 2013 Program and Budget Guide: Europe and Eurasia


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The FY 2013 budget includes requests for foreign assistance resources under the International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement (INCLE) account for law enforcement, counternarcotics, and rule of law projects for programs formerly supported through the Assistance for Europe Eurasia and Central Asia (AEECA) account.

Albania

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

4,450

Program Overview

Albania continues to be a willing partner for the United States in regional security efforts. INL programs will target the institutional capacity of law enforcement and prosecutors, with a focus on anti-corruption. INL’s primary program in Albania provides support to the Albanian Police Service through the presence of several embedded advisors providing training and technical assistance in the areas of organized crime, human resources and professional standards, integrated border management, port security, information technology, and curriculum development at the police academy.

Further, INL continues to emphasize the importance of better working relationships between prosecutors and police officers and successful prosecutions of corruption cases. The INL program has had excellent success through the efforts of an embedded resident legal advisor with the Joint Investigative Units (JIU) comprised of police and prosecutors. At the beginning of the program there was only one JIU based in Tirana; however, over the last couple of years, it has been replicated in six other regions outside Tirana.

Program Goals and Objectives

The Albania program supports Embassy Tirana’s FY 2013 Mission Strategic and Resource Plan to improve the administration of justice, and INL’s FY 2013 Bureau Strategic and Resource Plan goals for support of criminal justice sector capacity building and transnational crime.

INL programs work to strengthen the rule of law and establish a culture of lawfulness in Albania, by supporting the development of strong law enforcement and judicial institutions that are resistant to corruption. Specifically, programs focus on promoting judicial accountability, enhancing the effectiveness of the criminal justice system, developing police capacities in management/leadership, training, academy operations, internal control and organized crime/corruption investigation, anti-trafficking (people, narcotics), border and port security, procurement, and information management.

Objective 1: To assist the Government of Albania promote the long-term development of the criminal justice system through improved legislation and prosecute organized crime, corruption, and financial crimes.

Objective 2: To continue building the capabilities of the Albanian State Police to more effectively conduct proactive investigations of organized and serious crimes and continue to work together with prosecutors to combat crimes and successfully prosecute criminals coming into the borders. 

FY 2013 Program

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

Law Enforcement Support

  • Work with the Albanian State Police to increase the level of communication between border posts, regional offices, and headquarters to create a more inclusive risk analysis data pool.
  • Maintain the development and implementation of basic police training for new recruits and incumbents through specialized courses including defensive tactics and border police patrol and monitor.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

Criminal Justice Sector

  • Funds will enhance the capacity of the Albanian criminal justice sector and provide technical assistance to modernize and strengthen criminal codes. 

Albania

     

INL Budget

     

($000)

     
   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Support

-

-

2,457

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

100

 

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

2,557

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Justice System Reform

-

-

1,806

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

87

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

1,893

       

 

Total

-

-

4,450

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

140

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

-

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

-

 

Program Support

-

-

47

Total

-

-

187

Armenia

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

2,824

Program Overview

Since its independence, Armenia has sought more and better economic and political integration with European and Euro-Atlantic institutions. While Armenia’s progress on democratization had been uneven, the Armenian government has committed considerable effort toward police reform, reducing corruption, combating human trafficking, and improving the Criminal Procedure Code. To encourage democratization, U.S. government assistance is focused on a sustained, multi-year effort targeted at building the political capital of citizens at the local level to boost pressure for greater government responsiveness and to help advance democratic reforms.

Continued U.S. government assistance will include working with the Government of Armenia (GOA) to reduce corruption, implement anti-crime legislation, counter trafficking in persons, build the capacity of law enforcement with a human rights focus, and improve application and implementation of the new Criminal Procedure Code and European Court of Human Rights case law. Overall, assistance programs remain dedicated to improving and strengthening the criminal justice system to prevent, investigate, and successfully prosecute domestic and transnational crimes. 

Program Goals and Objectives

The program supports the Embassy’s FY 2013 Mission Strategic and Resource Plan priorities of rooting Armenia’s criminal justice system in international standards of democratic principles, enhancing regional stability, strengthening transnational crime-fighting capabilities, implementing social reforms, and INL’s FY 2013 Bureau Strategic and Resource plan goals criminal justice sector capacity building and security sector assistance. The programs also support the Government of Armenia’s police reform and the national action plan to combat trafficking.

Objective 1: To assist with building the capacity of law enforcement institutions to combat crime and conduct criminal investigations with respect for human rights that will result in arrests and prosecutions of criminals.

Objective 2: To assist the GOA to create a probation service that will help bring legitimacy of the entire judicial system and Armenia's overall democratization reforms.

Objective 3: To help advance civic responsibility by advancing linkages between law enforcement and their communities, particularly youth with a goal to reduce juvenile crime.

Objective 4: To improve prosecutorial training and skills development, increase independence of the judiciary, develop better use of criminal procedure code tools, and provide recommendations for improving the functions of the criminal justice system.

Objective 5: To support the GOA to implement its anti-trafficking policies related to trafficking of persons and narcotics by developing targeted capacity programs.

FY 2013 Program

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

  • Law Enforcement Capacity Building Program expands the capacity of the Armenian police by providing training and technical assistance to increase the competence of law enforcement personnel, improve their ability to deter and investigate domestic and transnational crime, and curb police corruption. Additionally, INL provides training on domestic violence and community policing.

     
  • Forensic Laboratory Development Program works to build the capacity of the independent Armenian forensic laboratory to more successfully investigate and prosecute the country’s forensic cases. Assistance is provided through technical assistance, equipment, and training for the laboratory staff in modern forensic techniques.

     
  • Corrections Development Program focuses on creating a pilot corrections program and probation service to reduce corruption, human rights violations, excessive use of pre-trial detention, and rampant corruption. The program compliments ongoing reforms of the judiciary and police and will help bring legitimacy of the entire judicial system and Armenia's overall democratization efforts.

Transnational Crime

  • Trafficking in Persons Program works with government entities, law enforcement, and local and international NGOs on key areas of prevention, prosecution, protection and reintegration of actual and potential victims of trafficking while supporting Armenia’s national action plan to combat trafficking.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

  • Resident Legal Advisor Program supports efforts to address rule of law in Armenia, particularly with regard to widespread corruption, implementing the new Criminal Procedure Code, applying European Court of Human Rights case law, equipping and training the government to stop anti-money laundering/counter terrorism financing, and improving protection of human rights.

     
  • Criminal Law Reform Program provides professional training, mentoring and skills development to legal advisors such as prosecutors and defense advocates. Instruction includes application of Criminal Procedure Code, European Court of Human Rights case law, trafficking-in-persons prosecutions, and anti-corruption cases.

     
  • Legal Socialization Program bridges understanding between law enforcement professionals and students in secondary schools around the country with legal education curriculum and community-based workshops. 

 

Armenia

INL Budget

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Restructuring, Reform & Operations

-

-

750

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

392

 

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

1,142

       

 

1.5 Transnational Crime

   

 

Trafficking-in-Persons & Migrant Smuggling

-

-

175

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.5)

-

-

60

 

1.5 Subtotal

-

-

235

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Constitutions, Laws & Legal Systems

-

-

950

Judicial Independence

   

295

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

202

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

1,447

       

 

Total

-

-

2,824

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

301

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

67

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

138

 

Program Support

-

-

148

Total

-

-

654

             

Azerbaijan

Budget Summary ($000)

 

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

1,226

 

Program Overview

Recognizing that a vibrant democracy and civil society depend on solid institutions and sound rule of law, INL programs in Azerbaijan have concentrated on criminal justice reform assistance. Over the past two years, the Government of Azerbaijan (GOAJ) has made incremental progress in advancing some specific reforms, including passing legislation on money laundering and counter-terrorism financing, human trafficking, and domestic violence. Other reform efforts have included establishing government ethical codes. Nevertheless, Azerbaijan continues to struggle with implementation of such reforms. As a whole, the country is backsliding on democratic governance and the rule of law remains weak. Continued INL support aims to help Azerbaijan to make permanent improvements to its justice sector, in line with the international standards articulated by the United Nations, Council of Europe, and the Financial Action Task Force. INL assistance programs remain dedicated to improving and strengthening the criminal justice system to prevent, investigate, and successfully prosecute domestic and transnational crimes. 

Program Goals and Objectives 

The program in Azerbaijan supports the Embassy’s FY 2013 Mission Strategic and Resource Plan priorities in democratic reform through strengthening rule of law and anti-trafficking efforts; and INL’s FY 2013 Bureau Strategic and Resource Plan goals in criminal justice sector capacity building and addressing transnational crime.

Objective 1: To build the professionalism, education, and skill set of judges and prosecutors in case management, combating transnational crime, and conducting criminal investigations.

Objective 2: To establish a modern and transparent criminal justice system with an independent judiciary through building the capacity of Azerbaijan legal professionals and legal institutions to better use criminal procedure tools and increase access to justice.

Objective 3: To support the Government of Azerbaijan in implementing its anti-trafficking policies by developing targeted capacity programs.

FY 2013 Program

Transnational Crime

  • Trafficking in Persons Program focuses on key areas of prevention, prosecution, protection and reintegration of actual and potential victims of trafficking as well as partnership building among the civil society organizations at the national and international levels.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

  • Resident Legal Advisor Program supports justice sector reform efforts to address weak rule of law in Azerbaijan, particularly with regards to widespread corruption, application of the Criminal Code, Criminal Procedure Code, European Court of Human Rights mechanisms, prosecuting trafficking in persons/domestic violence crimes, and anti-money laundering/counter terrorism financing.

     
  • Criminal Law Program assists with skill-set development and provides continuing legal education instruction for defense attorneys and other legal professionals on European Court of Human Rights case law and criminal procedure tools.

 

Azerbaijan

         

INL Budget

         

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.5 Transnational Crime

   

 

Trafficking-in-Persons

-

-

190

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.5)

-

-

36

 

1.5 Subtotal

-

-

226

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Resident Legal Advisor

-

-

690

Criminal Law Program

   

280

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

30

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

1,000

       

 

Total

 

 

1,226

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

38

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

-

 

ICASS

-

-

-

 

Program Support

-

-

28

Total

-

-

66

               

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

6,735

Program Overview

Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia) is a strategic partner in fighting transnational criminal organizations and terrorism, as well as promoting regional stability. INL was one of the first ones on the ground, implementing and managing programs after the end of the war in 1996. These programs have evolved from a post-conflict focus to capacity-building and strengthening the rule of law. Lately, the focus of INL programs has been on bolstering Bosnia’s state-level institutions to enable them to successfully deal with organized crime, terrorism, corruption and war crimes cases. This has been done through mentoring, training and equipping law enforcement and judicial institutions of Bosnia and its entities. Bosnia has excellent cooperation with other law enforcement agencies throughout the region and the world, which resulted in numerous successful joint operations. INL programs continue to support Bosnia’s goal of joining the European Union.

Program Goals and Objectives

INL programs support Bosnia’s Anti-Corruption, War Crimes and Organized Crime Strategies, and the Embassy’s FY 2013 Mission Strategic and Resource Plan goals of Bosnia and Herzegovina Has Strong Law Enforcement and Judicial Institution, and Bosnia and Herzegovina Effectively Counters Terrorism at Home and Abroad. They also support the INL Bureau’s FY 2013 Strategic and Resource Plan goals of Support the Drug Control Efforts of Major Drug Source and Transit Countries, Criminal Justice Sector Capacity Building and Transnational Crime.

Objective 1: To assist with strengthening Bosnian judicial and law enforcement institutions for sustained and effective action against criminal activity, including narcotics and human trafficking, terrorism, money laundering, public corruption, and organized crime.

Objective 2: To assist with improving general capacity of Bosnia’s judicial institutions to develop the best practices under the new adversarial system and successfully prosecute and adjudicate organized crime, financial crimes, corruption, terrorism and war crimes cases.

FY 2013 Program

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

Law Enforcement Support

  • The Law Enforcement Assistance Program will increase the capacity of law enforcement agencies of Bosnia to fight transnational crime, organized crime and terrorism, and investigate war crimes and corruption cases. Assistance will be provided through a law enforcement advisor and technical experts embedded in the state and entity level law enforcement agencies. The advisors will provide case-based mentoring and organize practical training activities that increase the skills of Bosnian police in areas such as financial crimes and corruption investigations, asset forfeiture, war crimes, organized crime and terrorism.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

Justice System

  • The Criminal Justice Sector Reform Program will increase the capacity of Bosnia’s state and entity level judicial institutions to prosecute and adjudicate organized crime, transnational crime, war crimes, corruption, and terrorism cases. The program will support the rule of law in Bosnia through mentoring and technical assistance provided by a legal advisor and technical experts who will provide capacity building trainings for judges, prosecutors and defense attorneys, as well as mentoring to prosecutors specializing in terrorism and financial crimes cases. 


Bosnia and Herzegovina

         

INL Budget

         

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Support

-

-

5,318

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

218

 

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

5,536

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Justice System

-

-

549

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

650

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

1,199

       

 

Total

-

-

6,735

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

362

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

50

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

320

 

Program Support

-

-

136

Total

-

-

868

           

Eurasia Regional

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

323

Program Overview

The Eurasia region, consisting of the former Soviet republics of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia, is of critical importance for the United States in its effort in Afghanistan and for stability in an area prone to conflict and competition. The region sits astride several routes of the Afghan narcotics trade and struggles to contain the threat due to weak law enforcement and criminal justice institutions. Strengthening the counternarcotics agencies of the region is a priority. INL’s assistance, delivered through the Organization for Democracy and Economic Development –GUAM (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova) and the NATO-Russia Council, improves capacity for interdicting narcotics and diminishing the power of drug-trafficking and other organized-crime entities.

Program Goals and Objectives

INL’s Eurasia Regional program supports INL’s Bureau Strategic and Resource Plan goals of Counternarcotics, Transnational Crime, and Criminal Justice Sector Capacity Building goals.

Objective 1: To improve the capacity and capability of law-enforcement and criminal-justice agencies in the GUAM area to combat transnational crime, including drug trafficking, cybercrime, trafficking in persons, and smuggling.

FY 2013 Program

Transnational Crime

  • The U.S.–GUAM Framework Program assists the Organization of Democracy and Economic Development–GUAM to develop concrete forms of cooperation within this strategic region. The region comprises four countries bordering the Caspian and Black seas that form a corridor running between Russia and members of the Euro-Atlantic community to the west. The GUAM Secretariat’s strategic goal is to promote reform and further integrate the region with their European Union and NATO member neighbors. Since 2003, INL has supported this goal by developing GUAM’s Virtual Law Enforcement Center and the Trade and Transportation Facilitation Initiative. In recent years INL has mounted projects for GUAM on anti-corruption and anti-money-laundering.

     
  • In FY 2013, funds will continue building the capacities of the GUAM member countries to align their policies and training, exchange law-enforcement information, and increase cooperation that will lead to arrests and convictions of transnational criminals.

Eurasia Regional

         

INL Budget

         

 

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.5 Transnational Crime

   

 

Organization for Democracy and Economic Development –GUAM (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova)

-

-

310

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.5)

-

-

13

 

1.5 Subtotal

-

-

323

       

 

Total

-

-

323

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

-

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

-

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

-

 

Program Support

-

-

13

Total

-

-

13

               

Europe Regional

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

400

Program Overview

Transnational organized crime networks and criminal activity that cross or ignore national boundaries present significant challenges to national criminal justice systems and to the stability of societies. Issues such as jurisdiction, non-harmonized legislation, differing institutional capabilities, lack of cooperation and information sharing have all worked against the abilities of police and prosecution services to successfully prosecute transnational criminals.

The Southeast European Law Enforcement Center (SELEC), formerly known as the Southeast European Cooperative Initiative Regional Center for Combating Trans-Border Crime (SECI Center), is designed to provide a platform for law enforcement cooperation in combating transnational crime throughout Southeast Europe. SELEC has two main activities: conducting day-to-day information exchanges among liaison officers posted from the center member countries; and coordinating and supporting long-term joint investigations among multiple SELEC member countries’ law enforcement authorities investigating different branches of unified criminal organizations.

Program Goals and Objectives

The Europe Regional program supports goals to enhance law enforcement cooperation, to promote the rule of law and support judicial reform and anti-corruption efforts, and to combat transnational crime.

The INL program builds cooperation and coordination among the member states and exchanges information to combat organized crime, corruption, trafficking in contraband, and regional terrorism through improved border security, law enforcement, and judicial capabilities.

Objective 1: To assist in developing SELEC’s activities in the area of joint, long-term investigations, focusing on identifying and prosecuting entire criminal networks, including the leadership of those networks.

FY 2013 Program

Transnational Crime

  • Continue to assist member countries’ cooperation and information sharing in drug trafficking and other organized crimes that possess a threat in the region.

     
  • Provide criminal law technical assistance and skills development training, promote long-term institutional development and to improve the capacity of the SELEC member countries to develop and successfully prosecute serious trans-border cases.


Europe Regional

     
         

INL Budget

     
         

($000)

     
   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.5 Transnational Crime

   

 

Organized Crime

-

-

383

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

17

 

1.5 Subtotal

-

-

400

       

 

Total

-

-

400

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

13

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

-

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

-

 

Program Support

-

-

4

Total

-

-

17

 

Georgia

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

4,000

Program Overview

The Government of Georgia (GOG) has made significant steps in the elimination of corruption in law enforcement agencies since the 2003 Rose Revolution and it remains committed to this effort. The latest index (2010) shows Georgia ranking 68th out of 178 countries, a slight drop from the 2009 ranking of 66th place. The Georgian government continues to implement civil service, tax and law enforcement reforms aimed at deterring and prosecuting corruption.

U.S. assistance will strengthen the rule of law through practical skills training for law enforcement officers, prosecutors, defense attorneys and judges. Efforts will also be focused on improving local capacity to fight transnational crime, including human trafficking, narcotics trafficking and cyber crime. U.S. assistance will advance implementation of criminal procedure reforms needed to create a justice system more compliant with international standards. These reforms are central to helping Georgia realize its aspiration for Euro-Atlantic integration. Bolstering democracy and the rule of law in Georgia will enhance regional stability

Program Goals and Objectives

The Georgia program supports the U.S. Embassy’s FY 2013 Mission Strategic and Resource Plan priorities of Governing Democratically and Efficiently and Peace and Security, and INL’s FY 2013 Bureau Strategic and Resource Plan goal Criminal Justice Sector Capacity Building and Security Sector Assistance.

Objective 1: To improve the capabilities of Georgian law enforcement to fight crime and protect human rights in order to develop a professional and modern police force.

Objective 2: To enhance forensic capacities to scientifically examine evidence and crimes scenes to assist Georgia in meeting international standards.

Objective 3: To establish a modern and transparent criminal justice system with an independent judiciary and professional prosecution of law enforcement entities.

Objective 4: To support the government in its efforts to relieve the drug problem in Georgia.

Objective 5: To support the Government of Georgia in implementing its anti-trafficking policy by developing targeted capacity programs.

Objective 6: To strengthen the capacity of Georgian legal professionals and legal institutions to uphold the right to due process and increase access to justice.

FY 2013 Program

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

  • Law Enforcement Capacity Development Project expands the capacity of the police by providing equipment, basic tactical training, management training, and training in the new Georgian criminal codes.

     
  • Forensic Development Project works with Georgia’s two forensic labs to develop and maintain a capability to successfully investigate and prosecute the country’s most difficult and complex cases. Assistance is provided through renovating existing infrastructure, technical assistance, and training for the lab staff in modern forensic techniques.

Counternarcotics

  • Counternarcotics Demand Reduction Project supports the main goal of the GOG’s anti-drug strategy which is to reduce the illicit circulation of drugs and their related consequences through demand reduction efforts.

Transnational Crime

  • Trafficking in Persons Project supports the law enforcement ministries of Georgia and international organizations to address two key issues: 1) enhancing the identification of victims through capacity building of law enforcement and victim assistance structures, and 2) assessing the scale of trends of trafficking by collecting and analyzing comprehensive data.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

  • Resident Legal Advisor Project supports Georgian legal and law enforcement professionals throughout the country by providing assistance on the new Criminal Procedure Code (CPC), as well as investigation and prosecution of such priority crimes as corruption, money laundering/terrorist financing, counter-narcotics, cybercrime, trafficking in persons/domestic violence and child pornography.

     
  • Criminal Law Project assists in the implementation of Georgia’s new CPC and strengthens the overall capacity of the legal professionals and institutions through training technical assistance.

 

Georgia

       

INL Budget

       

($000)

 

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

 

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Restructuring, Reform & Operations

-

-

864

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

1,903

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

2,767

     

 

1.4 Counternarcotics

   

 

Interdiction

-

-

100

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

20

1.4 Subtotal

-

-

120

     

 

1.5 Transnational Crime

   

 

Trafficking in Persons & Migrant Smuggling

-

-

100

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.5)

-

-

20

1.5 Subtotal

-

-

120

     

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Constitutions, Laws & Legal Systems

-

-

718

Justice System

-

-

250

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

25

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

993

     

 

Total

-

-

4,000

       
       

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

1,001

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

125

ICASS Costs

-

-

700

Program Support

-

-

142

Total

-

-

1,968

Kosovo

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

10,674

Program Overview

Kosovo’s success as an independent, multiethnic, and democratic state is critical to security and stability in the Balkans, a region whose peaceful development is vital to our strategic goal of building a Europe whole, free and at peace. Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008, becoming the newest member of the Trans-Atlantic family of nations. Without the rule of law, Kosovo's democracy cannot flourish and its economy cannot prosper - two essential preconditions for its long-term security and stability. 

Program Goals and Objectives

The INL Kosovo program supports the Embassy’s FY 2013 Mission Strategic and Resource Plan priorities, including ensuring that Kosovo’s society and government are firmly grounded in the rule of law. The Kosovo program supports INL’s Bureau Strategic goals, of building criminal justice systems and minimizing the impact of transnational crime and criminal networks on the U.S. and its allies.

Objective 1: Ensuring Access to Justice. INL programs will support institutional development, including skills training for police and prosecutors to keep pace with legal reform, to properly investigate and prosecute complex crimes, and will work with civil society to ensure that the justice system is open and accessible to the general population.

Objective 2: Enhancing Respect for the Law. INL will continue to build the capacity of institutions responsible for management and oversight of the police, prosecutors, and judges so that they are selected, trained, promoted, and disciplined in a manner that increases their reliability and trustworthiness.

Objective 3: Mobilizing Demand for Justice. INL will support programs that focus on the bottom-up demand for a transparent and effective judicial system that protects the rights of crime victims and serves the needs of its populace.

Objective 4: Supporting the EU Rule of Law Mission (EULEX). INL will support the U.S. contribution to EULEX, seconding up to 38 U.S. specialists, including police, customs officials, prosecutors and/or judges and political officers to the mission. 

FY 2013 Program

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

Law Enforcement Support

  • The Kosovo Law Enforcement Development Program builds institutional and personal capacity within the Kosovo Police and Ministry of Internal Affairs by providing training, technical assistance, and equipment donations to law enforcement institutions throughout Kosovo. Assistance is delivered through embedded law enforcement advisors, training, and technical experts. INL will continue to develop Kosovo’s capacity to successfully investigate and prosecute complex criminal cases, to enhance Kosovo’s border control and immigration enforcement, and to improve overall management and operations of the Kosovo Police, including internal affairs and upgrades to its information management systems.

     
  • The U.S. Contribution to EULEX supports rule of law in Kosovo through the presence of seconded U.S. personnel in executive and mentoring functions. The U.S. contributes police, customs, judges and prosecutors to the multinational mission. U.S. officers serve in key positions within EULEX, such as Head of the Police Executive Department, customs advisors and station commanders in northern Kosovo, and investigators in the war crimes division.

Rule of Law

Judicial Reform

  • Rule of Law and Support to Justice Sector Institutions work to promote the implementation of legal reform, training for judges and prosecutors, and ensures access to justice, with a particular focus on victims’ rights and the ability of witness to provide testimony during investigations and legal proceedings.

     
  • Assistance will also target civil society organizations engaged in providing legal services, assistance to victims of crime, and holding the government accountable for instituting meaningful reform in the criminal justice system.

     
  • INL will also focus on training for judges and prosecutors to implement legal reforms made to the Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code. Other areas of training and technical assistance will include witness protection, asset forfeiture, plea bargaining, investigation and prosecution of complex crime including financial crimes and trafficking in persons.

Kosovo

         

INL Budget

         

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Support

-

-

6,645

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

1,206

 

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

7,851

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Justice System

-

-

2,681

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

142

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

2,823

       

 

Total

-

-

10,674

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

1,011

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

60

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

160

 

Program Support

-

 

117

Total

-

-

1,348

             

Macedonia

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

1,663

Program Overview

While Macedonia is strategic to the security and stability of the Western Balkans, organized crime, political interference within Macedonian justice sector institutions, and judicial inefficiency remain specific country challenges that continue to erode the public’s confidence in government. These challenges discourage local and foreign investment and limit Macedonia’s ability to combat transnational crime. Rule of law reform will enable Macedonian criminal justice sector agencies to partner more effectively with U.S. counterparts and minimize the impact of transnational organized crime, narcotics trafficking and terrorism in the U.S.

Program Goals and Objectives

INL programs strengthen Macedonia’s democratic governing institutions and fully support Embassy Skopje’s FY 2013 Mission Strategic Resource Plan priorities of governing justly through strengthening democratic institutions and promotion of the rule of law. By reforming and modernizing Macedonian criminal justice sector, INL programs also support INL’s FY 2013 Bureau Strategic Resource Plan goal of providing Criminal Justice Sector Capacity-Building and Security Sector Assistance.

Objective 1: To strengthen the capacity of law enforcement institutions to combat crime and improve their professionalism.

Objective 2: To improve training and skills development for the criminal justice sector, including judges, prosecutors, and defense bar in making better use of criminal procedure tools.

FY 2013 Programs

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

Law Enforcement Support

  • Organized Crime Project builds the capacity of the Macedonian Organized Crime Directorate by providing training and mentoring focused on improving the quality of crime scene investigations, with an emphasis on specialized areas of transnational crime.

     
  • Professional Standards Project supports the further development of the police unit for investigating police misconduct and the newly introduced merit based system in the Ministry of Interior (MOI). This project will address allegations of corruption, human rights violations, and unprofessional conduct by supporting mechanisms for holding the MOI accountable.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

Justice System

  • Prosecutorial Reform Project focuses on the training of mentoring and prosecutors on adversarial elements such as plea bargaining, direct/ cross examination, and building strong prosecutorial investigation skills.

     
  • Judicial Mentoring Project supports the development and implementation of interactive and practical skills training for judges to ensure that legal determination of cases are made in a consistent, transparent, and fair manner.

     
  • Defense Bar Project provides training and mentoring for Macedonian defense attorneys on trial advocacy and investigative procedure.

 

Macedonia

         

INL Budget

         

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Support

-

-

913

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

50

 

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

963

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Justice System

-

-

180

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

520

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

700

       

 

Total

-

-

1,663

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

305

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

100

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

100

 

Program Support

-

-

65

Total

-

-

570

               

 

Moldova

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

3,230

Program Overview

The United States stepped up its assistance to Moldova after the 2009 elections brought to power a non-Communist government that initiated a serious reform effort. In June 2011 the first resident INL officer arrived, and efforts intensified to build an overall INL program attuned to the government’s reform agenda and fully coordinated with other donors, especially the European Union.

Program Goals and Objectives

The Moldova program supports the justice-sector segment of Moldova’s comprehensive reform effort and Moldova’s aspiration to achieve eventual membership in the European Union (EU). It also supports INL’s FY 2013 Bureau Strategic and Resource Plan goal of Building Criminal Justice Systems.

Objective 1: To increase the capacity of Moldovan law-enforcement and criminal-justice institutions, including supporting the government’s justice-sector reform program.

Objective 2: To combat transnational crime involving Moldova, including trafficking in persons and cybercrime, by assisting Moldova to prosecute, convict and incarcerate organized-crime figures.

FY 2013 Program

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

Law Enforcement Support

  • INL will continue efforts to develop a self-sustaining in-service training program through the police academy to include interviewing and interrogation, crime scene investigation, chain-of-custody rules for evidence, and crime data analysis.

     
  • Other projects will, among other things, support efforts to combat cybercrime and trafficking in persons, bolster internal border controls and build greater trust in Moldovan law enforcement officials.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

Justice System

  • INL will continue efforts to align Moldova’s laws, and their enforcement, with international and European standards. Assistance will also continue legal education workshops for advocates in criminal law as well as trial skills, and assist in the strengthening of the capacity of the Union of Lawyers and the National Judicial Institute. We will continue to work with the National Institute of Justice, Moldova’s official academy for judges and prosecutors.

 

Moldova

         

INL Budget

         

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Support

-

-

971

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

341

 

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

1,312

       

 

1.5 Transnational Crime

   

 

Trafficking in Persons

-

-

250

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.5)

-

-

100

 

1.5 Subtotal

-

-

350

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Justice System

-

-

1,127

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

441

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

1,568

       

 

Total

-

-

3,230

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

562

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

43

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

50

 

Program Support

-

-

227

Total

-

-

882

           

 

Montenegro

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

1,826

Program Overview

U.S. assistance to Montenegro is tailored to advance Montenegro’s progress towards membership in NATO and the European Union (EU). Montenegro still faces challenges in fighting corruption, organized crime, and building a strong legal foundation in its criminal justice sector. Thus, criminal justice reform remains essential for supporting Montenegro’s Euro-Atlantic integration and enabling Montenegro to continue playing a strategic role in resolving regional transnational crime threats. As part of a national strategy to build a stable and secure democratic society supported by a strong market economy, U.S. assistance projects are designed to strengthen the fight against organized crime, strengthen the rule of law, and improve the anti-corruption legal framework in Montenegro.

Program Goals and Objectives

The Montenegro program supports the priorities in Embassy Podgorica’s FY 2013 Mission Strategic Plan: strengthening rule of law and civilian security. The criminal justice sector projects also support INL’s FY 2013 Bureau Strategic Plan goal of providing Criminal Justice Sector Capacity-Building and Security Sector Assistance by improving the quality of criminal justice, increasing public knowledge of the law, and improving government accountability.

Objective 1: Assist with building the capacity of law enforcement institutions to combat crime and conduct criminal investigations that will result in arrests and prosecutions of criminals.

Objective 2: Promote broad-based rule of law reform by improving cooperation between police, prosecution, and the judiciary, and increasing access to justice in Montenegro.

Objective 3: Improve prosecutorial training and skills development, develop better use of criminal procedure tools, and provide recommendations for improving the operations of the criminal justice system. 

FY 2013 Program

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

Law Enforcement Support

  • Special Investigative Team Project provides expert assistance to the Office of the Attorney General in Montenegro to increase its capacity to effectively combat organized crime and corruption.

     
  • National Police Directorate Project supports the reform of the overall police infrastructure in an effort to make the police agency more efficient at combating complex crimes.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

  • Criminal Procedure Code Reform Project develops a comprehensive training and mentoring approach for prosecutors, judges and attorneys to make better use of criminal procedure tools.

     
  • Judicial Training Center (JTC) Capacity Building Project improves both the planning and quality of training provided to prosecutors, judges and other justice sector actors. INL continues to assist and strengthen the JTC capacity through staff development focused on building skills in planning, management, administration, and financing.

     
  • Civil Society Project builds a stronger base for civil society organizations and actors who contribute to strengthening the rule of law, reducing corruption, suppressing criminal activity, and developing civic responsibility.

 

Montenegro

         

INL Budget

         

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Support

-

-

602

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

-

 

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

602

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Justice System

-

-

600

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

624

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

1,224

       

 

Total

-

-

1,826

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

290

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

93

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

210

 

Program Support

   

31

Total

-

-

624

           

Russia

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

4,182

Program Overview

The Russian Federation is the world’s largest nation and home to over 140 million people belonging to more than 160 nationalities. The dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 brought new freedoms to the Russian people but also new opportunities for criminal enterprise and serious challenges to the old Soviet system of justice. Russia’s geopolitical importance and place in the global economy ensure that threats to the country’s rule of law affect states around the world, including the United States. Russia needs strong legal institutions and law enforcement to combat pervasive crime and corruption to underpin economic and democratic freedoms. Partnership in promoting the rule of law has proven to be an area of opportunity for the U.S.-Russian relationship. 

Program Goals and Objectives

The Russia program supports Embassy Moscow’s Mission Strategic and Resource Plan Goals of Cooperating on Regional Conflicts and Enhancing Security in Russia’s Neighborhood, Encourage Russia’s Efforts to Build Democratic Institutions, Rule of Law and Civil Society, and Increased U.S.-Russian Cooperation to Fight Terrorism and Transnational Crime.

Objective 1: To encourage an independent, non-corrupt, and effective Russian legal system.

Objective 2: To expand mutual legal assistance and operational cooperation in investigating and prosecuting transnational crime including intellectual property rights and trafficking in persons, and Russian participation in multilateral law enforcement efforts.

Objective 3: To strengthen counternarcotics efforts, including regional cooperation.

FY 2013 Program

Counternarcotics

  • NATO-Russia Council Counternarcotics Training Project: Supports U.S. and Russian participation in the project to train counternarcotics law enforcement officers from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia.

Transnational Crime

  • Transnational Crime Program: Support development of anti-trafficking task force work with law enforcement and prosecutorial officials.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

  • Resident Legal Advisor Program: The goal is to enhance practical application of Russia’s Code of Criminal Procedure and pertinent international standards, as well as to increase Russian capacity to effectively investigate and prosecute human trafficking cases. The activities facilitate U.S.-Russian law enforcement cooperation and improve investigations of complex crimes, including sexual exploitation, human trafficking, money laundering, and intellectual property theft.

Good Governance

  • Criminal Law and Municipal Anti-Corruption Programs: The program provides training to defense attorneys on topics such as jury trial skills, European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) standards, representing victims, advancing the position of the defense in pre-trial proceedings, and ethical conduct. It also conducts anti-corruption training in Russia’s seven federal regions, providing recommendations for new legislation and distributing educational materials explaining what citizens can do to fight corruption.

 



Russia

         

INL Budget

         

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.4 Counter Narcotics

-

-

 

NATO-Russia Council

-

-

300

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.4)

-

-

149

 

1.4 Subtotal

-

-

449

   

-

-

 

1.5 Transnational Crime

-

-

 

Anti-Trafficking Task Force

-

-

400

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.5)

-

-

190

 

1.5 Subtotal

-

-

590

   

-

-

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

-

-

 

Resident Legal Advisor Program

-

-

800

Criminal Law

-

-

551

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

660

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

2,011

   

-

-

 

2.2 Good Governance

-

-

 

Anti-Corruption Programs

-

-

700

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.2)

-

-

432

   

-

-

1,132

   

-

-

 

Total

-

-

4,182

         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

604

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

142

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

460

 

Program Support

-

-

225

Total

-

-

1,431

               

 

Serbia

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

3,000

Program Overview

Serbia is a key strategic partner in fighting transnational criminal organizations and promoting regional stability. The INL Program began in 2003 when Serbia, following the assassination of Prime Minister Djindjic, began a serious crackdown on organized crime. INL assistance programs remain dedicated to strengthening Serbia’s criminal justice system by increasing the capacity of Serbian institutions to prevent, investigate, and successfully prosecute domestic and transnational crimes, and harmonize its criminal justice system and law enforcement bodies in order to meet its international obligations and the European Union’s accession requirements. Serbia continues to successfully fight organized crime, and the adoption and implementation of the Asset Forfeiture Law significantly contributed to this success. Furthermore, Serbia has excellent cooperation with other law enforcement agencies throughout the region and the world, the most notable example being Serbia’s cooperation with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in Uruguay which led to the seizure of almost three tons of cocaine in Latin America. Serbia recently arrested the remaining fugitives wanted by the International Criminal Tribunal (ICTY) for the former Yugoslavia, who have been extradited and will be tried for war crimes by the ICTY. 

Program Goals and Objectives

INL Serbia programs support the Government of Serbia’s Anti-Corruption, Judicial Reform, Fight against Organized Crime and Anti-Money Laundering Strategies. Serbia programs also support the Embassy’s FY 2013 Mission Strategic and Resource Plan goals of Serbia is Committed to the Rule of Law and Combating Global Threats and Challenges, and Creating a Public Opinion Environment in which U.S. Policy can Succeed. They also support the INL Bureau’s FY2013 Strategic and Resource Plan goals of Support the Drug Control Efforts of Major Drug Source and Transit Countries, Criminal Justice Sector Capacity Building and Transnational Crime.

Objective 1: To assist with strengthening the capacity of Serbian law enforcement and judicial institutions to investigate, prosecute and adjudicate organized crime, war crimes and corruption cases.

Objective 2: To support the implementation of the new Criminal Procedure Code by improving skills of police, prosecutors, judges and defense attorneys to better use the procedural tools introduced in the new Criminal Procedure Code. 

FY 2013 Program

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

Law Enforcement Support

  • Law Enforcement Assistance Program will increase the capacity of Serbia’s police to investigate war crimes and corruption cases, and fight organized crime and transnational crime by providing technical assistance throughout Serbia.

     
  • Assistance will be provided through a law enforcement advisor and technical experts embedded in the Ministry of Interior. The advisors will provide case-based mentoring and organize practical trainings that increase the skills of Serbian police in areas such as financial crimes and organized crime investigations, asset forfeiture, investigating corruption and war crimes.

     
  • The program will also assist the Serbian government with the implementation of the new Criminal Procedure Code.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

Justice System

  • Criminal Justice Sector Reform Program will support the rule of law in Serbia through providing technical and legislative drafting assistance. The program will increase the capacity of Serbian judicial institutions to investigate, prosecute and adjudicate organized crime, war crimes and corruption cases.

     
  • Assistance will be provided through a legal advisor and technical experts who will provide mentoring to prosecutors specializing in anti-corruption and financial crimes cases, and organize general capacity building trainings for judges, prosecutors and defense attorneys.

     
  • The program will also assist the Serbian government with the implementation of the new Criminal Procedure Code, and with strengthening GOS’s witness protection and asset forfeiture efforts.

 

Serbia

         

INL Budget

         

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Support

-

-

1,059

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

50

 

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

1,109

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Justice System

-

-

1,815

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

76

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

1,891

       

 

Total

-

-

3,000

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

94

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

-

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

-

 

Program Support

   

32

Total

-

-

126

           

 

Ukraine

Budget Summary ($000)

FY 2011 Actual

FY 2012 Estimate

FY 2013 Request

-

-

4,100

Program Overview

In spite of recent backsliding on democratic reform, the United States and Ukraine maintain a strong partnership in the law enforcement and justice sectors. Assistance has made significant progress toward bringing the State Border Guard Service to European Union (EU) standards. INL’s focus has turned to upgrading the Ministry of Interior’s police capabilities, including those needed to defeat transnational crime. Assistance will continue efforts to bring justice sector legislation to EU levels and to fight corruption at the level of government agencies and more broadly. 

Program Goals and Objectives

The Ukraine program supports Ukraine’s goal, reaffirmed by different governments, of eventual EU membership, and also supports INL’s Bureau Strategic and Resource Plan goal of Building Criminal Justice Systems.

Objective 1: To reform Ukrainian law-enforcement bodies along EU lines.

Objective 2: To bring Ukraine’s justice system into compliance with Council of Europe standards via new legislation, including laws on judicial independence and elections.

Objective 3: To establish and strengthen anti-corruption institutions at national and agency levels. 

FY 2013 Program

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

Law Enforcement Support

  • These projects will continue advanced training for the Border Guards, deepen our assistance to the Ministry of Interior and police (including cybercrime and community police training), build out our prisoner registration system for the State Penitentiary System, and counter trafficking in persons.

Trans national Crime

  • These projects will focus on activities to enable the Ukrainian justice system to more effectively address trafficking in persons.

Rule of Law and Human Rights

Justice System

  • These projects will continue to support Ukrainian reform efforts in enacting new legislation in such areas as judicial reform, anti-corruption and a new Criminal Procedure Code. Projects will also train prosecutors and judges to be more specialized in their efforts against organized crime. Efforts will continue to empower lawyers as a group and to assist in their continuing legal education. Anti-corruption will be a focus throughout.

 

Ukraine

         

INL Budget

         

($000)

   

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

   

Actual

Estimate

Request

1.3 Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

   

 

Law Enforcement Support

-

-

1,929

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.3)

-

-

450

 

1.3 Subtotal

-

-

2,379

       

 

1.5 Transnational Crime

   

 

Trafficking in Persons

-

-

200

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 1.5)

-

-

80

 

1.5 Subtotal

-

-

280

       

 

2.1 Rule of Law and Human Rights

   

 

Justice System

-

-

1,101

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2 attributed to 2.1)

-

-

340

 

2.1 Subtotal

-

-

1,441

       

 

Total

-

-

4,100

         
         

Program Development & Support (objective 6.2) Detail

 

 

 

 

U.S. Personnel

-

-

339

 

Non-U.S. Personnel

-

-

134

 

ICASS Costs

-

-

220

 

Program Support

-

-

177

Total

-

-

870

             



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