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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT
OF
STATE
Bureau of International Narcotics and
Law Enforcement Affairs (INL)
Opportunities for Partnership
UNCLASSIFIED
INL’S MISSION
The mission of the Bureau of
International Narcotics and Law
Enforcement Affairs (INL) is to minimize
the impact of international crime and
illegal drugs on the United States and its
citizens through providing effective
foreign assistance and fostering global
cooperation.
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
INL
STATISTICS
INL Personnel:
456 Domestic in 10 offices
911 Overseas at 39 posts
INL Contractors: 4,078 in US and overseas
Budget:
$1.35 billion FY 2014; $6 billion under
management
Air Wing:
151 aircraft operating in six countries + U.S.
Globally:
Corruption, money laundering, border security,
IPR, cybercrime, and drug demand reduction
Five International Law Enforcement Academies
(ILEA)
Support to UN Office on Drugs and Crime
(UNODC)
OAS Drug Abuse Control Commission
(CICAD)
UNCLASSIFIED
INL CRIMINAL
JUSTICE
PROGRAMS
CAP supports INL criminal justice
system (CJS) programs in all
environments including:
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Failed States
Post Conflict Stabilization
Emerging Democracies
Steady State
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
UNCLASSIFIED
HOW WE OPERATE
CAP employs subject matter experts (SMEs) in
the fields of police, prosecutorial, judicial and
correctional development and reform.
CAP has established partnerships with U.S. state,
county and municipal criminal justice
organizations in order to be able to provide
working professionals for short and medium term
assignment in program implementation.
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
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WHAT PARTNERS
DO FOR INL
U.S. experts serve on short international
missions to mentor and train their counterparts
in partner countries.
INL Partners also host delegations to show best
practices or provide training in their respective
areas.
WHY PURSUE
PARTNERSHIPS?
Because practitioners are experts in their
respective fields. The expertise and standards that
foreign nations seek are found within the US
criminal justice system.
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Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
UNCLASSIFIED
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
UNCLASSIFIED
Police
Corrections
Justice
• New York Police Department
• Miami-Dade Police Department
• Boston Police Department
• New Mexico Corrections Department
• Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
• Colorado Department of Corrections
• Philadelphia District Attorney Office
• Delaware Attorney General’s Office
• Louisiana Supreme Court
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
UNCLASSIFIED
PORTMIAMI
On August 28, 2013, INL and PortMiami
initiated a partnership that will allow INL to take
advantage of PortMiami’s expertise to
strengthen maritime security globally.
The utilization of this partnership will increase
our ability to stop criminal networks from
moving illicit goods through ports.
WHY PORTS?
To assist INL’s mandate of combating
transnational crime and drug trafficking
organizations seaports are a valuable partner in
that fight.
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Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
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Why use PortMiami
in the Caribbean?
Old Caribbean routes and networks from the 1980s
are looking attractive again given efforts elsewhere in
the region
Majority of drug trafficking done on the water (gofasts, pleasure vessels, commercial vessels)
Miami is one of the most important U.S. ports for
Latin American/ Caribbean imports/exports and has
the knowledge base to handle requests from the
region
PortMiami handles more cruise ship traffic than any
other port worldwide and has vast experience in the
special issues that arise with that type of traffic
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
UNCLASSIFIED
In February 2014, PortMiami assisted with addressing vulnerabilities
identified in Trinidad & Tobago and The Bahamas
25 Port Officials from these countries spent a week reviewing security
operations at PortMiami on a variety of topics such as:
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Cruise Ship Terminal Security
Auto Theft
Multi-Agency Strike Force Operations
Harbor Patrol
Cargo Operations
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
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All ports have skill sets and capabilities that may be of
use to INL and the Department of State
New areas of interest are identified by countries and
regions and we are looking for seaport partners that
will be able to address those areas
Mutual benefits to both the participating
seaport and the Department of State and INL
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Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
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A MUTUALLY
BENEFICIAL
PARTNERSHIP
Entirely Voluntary: The decision to be involved is up to
you
Cost Neutral: The State Department covers the salary,
travel, and training costs
Relevant: INL/CAP works to match seaports to
countries particularly relevant to state or local interests
so that expertise and cultural connections are established.
Orientation: Partner agencies will receive training and
an overview of the mission prior to the engagement.
Recognition: INL will work to highlight the partner’s
work.
Career Development: Participants may have the
opportunity to travel/interact with foreign counterparts.
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
UNCLASSIFIED
These partnerships, and financial arrangements take many
forms, including:
HOW DOES
THIS WORK?
Memorandum of Understanding
(establishes basis for cooperation)
Intergovernmental Personnel Act Arrangements
(temporarily details employees to the State Department)
Invitational Travel
(we reimburse for travel expenses for short-term
assignments)
Interagency Agreements
(for federal partners)
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
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COME SEE OUR BOOTH AT THE EXPOSITION OR CONTACT
ACTING DIRECTOR INL/CAP
MICHELE GREENSTEIN
GREENSTEINMA @STATE.GOV
OUTREACH TEAM LEADER INL/CAP
MICHAEL BAGROSKY
[email protected]
OUTREACH PROGRAM OFFICER INL/CAP
LEONID LANTSMAN
[email protected]
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Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership
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QUESTIONS ?
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Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership

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