3 CTAG-P FOCUS ANP Training General Command (ANPTGC) To support the HQ’s transition to capable, self-sustaining organization to manage the ANP Training and training infrastructure.Manpower: Need SY1390 Tashkil to be released by MOI Tashkil to ANPTGC so CDR, ANPTGC can aggressively fill vacancies with the HQ and throughout the organizationTraining the Force: Focus on professionalization, specialty skills (log, ICT, finance, etc), gender/human rights, while continue train-the-trainer coursesFacilities: Need improvements in facilities management especially at the ANP Academy and many of the RTC/TCs. New Staff College by EUPOL proposedEquipment: ICT support throughout the training system is required in order for the HQ to conduct C2 more effectivelySelf Reliance and Sustainment: Organizational development at the HQ is its initial stages. Job descriptions, duties/responsibilities). Force Development WG created to help facilitate this project and prepare for SY1390 Tashkil eventual release (and preps for SY1391 Tashkil development)ANPTGC Notes:For Manning, once the SY 1390 Tashkil is released by MOI Tashkil, ANPTGC personnel numbers will drop from its current state of 61% to under 50%. With the new Tashkil, ANPTGC will be to fill critical billets with key/qualified personnel to increase the capability and capacity in areas such as command and control, training, support and stewardship/accountability. This growth for ANPTGC needs to continue for SY1391.Training the Force: There are several critical skills which personnel need training for. Logistics, ICS, Finance and leadership are areas to focus on. In addition, gender/human rights and cultural awareness training need to be increased. Instructor development is progressing well with numerous T3 courses being executed throughout AfghanistanEquip the force: even though the ICT network and supporting systems have been installed at the ANPTGC, RTCs/TCs still lack this capability as well as the ANP Academy and Staff College. ANPTGC will need significant ICT support in SY1390 to fill these critical areasFacilities: The new ANPTGC HQ and GPTC sites are in excellent condition and Wardak is progressing. However, ANP Academy and most of the RTCs/TCs have significant facilities/maintenance issues which require attention. EUPOL has agreed to construct a new Police Staff College in PD 12, however, the final location has yet to be finalizedSelf Reliance and Sustainment: ANPTGC has begun to develop job descriptions for the senior leaders within the command. A commission will convene once all job descriptions are complete and 1390 Tashkil is released to finalize the organizational structure, duties and responsibilities within ANPTGC HQ. In addition, once the Tashkil is released, ANPTGC will be able to fill much needed personnel and expertise within the enabling sections of ANPTGC.
4 ANP Training General Command (ANPTGC) CTAG-P FOCUSBalanced ANP GrowthTo maintain ANP growth while also growing the ‘quality of the force’ - NCO production and training the untrained patrolman.ANP Training General Command (ANPTGC)To support its transition to HQ capable to manage and support the ANP Training System.Base Re- alignment and ClosureEmerging task to realign training infrastructure with the future requirements based on the new BASEORD.= The Greatest Challenge
5 ACG-PD Focus and Challenges Focus AreasLogisticsCentral Prison Directorate TransferSY1391 Command Plan ReviewInstitutional Police Policy Development (Organization and Functions Steering Group)IntelligenceMinisterial Development and TransitionChallengesFunding and Roles / Support for Central Prison Directorate (TBD)Enablers being built nowForce Cap – 157K / Rebalancing the ForceLast Updated: 19 Aug 2011POC: MAJ Green
6 DCOM-P Summary of Focus Areas For COS-PTo ensure/enable Afghan ownership of the IPPD process andTo fill the MoI gap of capacity related to specialized research, analysis, translation and policy-writing skills.
7 ANP is recruited/assigned locally. ANP EthnicityPopulation demographic percentages:Pashtun - 44%Tajik - 25%Hazara - 10%Uzbek - 8%Others together - 13%*Others – 13% of ethnic population ** 161,245 - Total includes out of Tashkil and therefore exceeds ANP end strengthANP is recruited/assigned locally.Last Updated: 2 Aug 11POC: CAPT Villalpando,
8 ANCOP Strength Summary ActualObjProjectedGoalActualANCOP strength projected to exceed Nov-11 goal (5 Brigades) due in large part to NCO gains from the training baseLast Updated: 11 Aug 2011POC: CJ7 ORSA, LTC Hall,As of 06 October 2010UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF
9 ANCOP Monthly Growth 9 Last Updated: 1 Aug 11 POC: CAPT Villalpando,UNCLASSIFIED9
10 AUP/ABP Aggregate Strength by Zone AUP auth/assigned does not include “others”AUP Zone 303/ABP Zone 5AUP Zone 606/ABP Zone 4AUP Zone 202/ABP Zone 1AUP Zone 101/ABP CapitalAUP Zone 505/ABP Zone 2AUP Zone 707/ABP Zone 6AUP Zone 404/ABP Zone 3All zones include over-tashkil and uplift personnel.> 85%70%-84%51%-69%< 50%Above figures include over tashkilLast Updated: 2 Aug 11POC: CAPT Villalpando,UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF
11 7,514 Members/77 MoI Approved Sites Identified by IJC/CFSOCC-A Afghan Local Police Sites Status115UNCLASSIFIED1686431412713129101517Tashkils ApprovalSite Validation PendingSites ValidatedMoI In-ProcessedIG AssessmentsIn-Processed SitesSites ValidatedPending ValidationPending TashkilsALP HQ7733443321224232522495048644662397673635172704371777534386936303733315632472666451820532777 Approved ALP Districts (22,848 spaces)44 Validated sites (13,575 spaces)Plus 231 AUP spaces (3 per AUP District with ALP)Received report that 30K is expected in the FY-12 budget.-8 ALP District Tashkils have been approved by MoI.-8 Shoot/Communicate equipment sets have been shipped to CFSOCC Team compounds within each district. ALP districts have received 100% allocation of their Tashkil shoot/communicate equipment sets. CFSOCC remains in possession of equipment until cleared by CSTC-A to issue to ALP members.-The ALP HQ Tashkil is under review by the ALP Chief, BG Khan Mohammad. BG Mohammad will submit to MoI Tashkil Director upon completion.-HQ structure of 25 spaces are transferred spaces from other ANP pillars. Zero sum gain.-Next 8 ALP district Tashkils (Qades through Maroof) have been provided by CFSOCC, have been completed by P7 and will be submitted to the MoI Tashkill Director this week.-Assigned strength represented as 0; NTM-A/MoI have not conducted any in-processing visits to date. However, CFSOCC teams have btwn local security shura selected ALP recruits ready to be vetted and processed. Anticipate in-processing beginning mid-October.-Vehicles have not been delivered due to CFSOCC request, anticipate vehicle delivery to begin mid-October.4460595465416867611928425574575240587,514 Members/77 MoI Approved Sites Identified by IJC/CFSOCC-A
17 Afghan Public Protection Force BackgroundAPPF Mission: Provide protection & security to government institutions, national key infrastructure, facilities, construction projects, private businesses and personnelPD 62 & Bridging Strategy - Afghan-led security capability to protect the international development, military and private business communities in lieu of Private Security Companies (PSCs)Resources: ASFF/LOTFA provides limited authority for APPF assistance & funding given current legal & policy guidelinesCurrent APPF AssessmentAPPF HQs Tashkil staffExecutes 40+ contracts with guards throughout AfghanistanDoes not meet many of its current contractual obligations (personnel and equipment requirements)APPF Training Center & Force Generation – 151 Off-Tashkil staffGraduated 41 Instructors; first static guard class of 196 graduatesTraining Center inadequate for sustained throughputIndications ANP used ISO contract guard requirements & training centerState Owned Enterprise -non-existent; IOC inconceivable in near futureAPPF Projected Growth through PSC transition: 17,000 guards by Mar 2012Presidential Decree 62 (PD62) and the Bridging Strategy outline a national strategy for the developmentof an “Afghan-led” security capability to protect the international development, diplomatic, military, andprivate business communities, as well as infrastructure and facilities throughout Afghanistan.Achievement of this national strategy on an aggressive timeline, with dramatic organizational growth andthe conversion of a traditional para-military police force into a state-owned entity, requires significantcapital investment, national level governance, intra-ministerial oversight, and political will to achieveaccountability, transparency service comparable to that provided by the PSCs to the internationalcommunity.Last Updated: 15 Jul 11POC: COL Burke,
18 Aghan Public Protection Force (APPF) ANP Pillar: APPFUnit: HQ/AP3Authorized Growth: TBDLocation: VariousLead Ministry: DM of Security/Dept of APPFPillar Proponent: ISAF/NTM-ACoalition Governance: USFOR-ACoalition Partner: NTM-AC2 Construct: APPF - NPCCSustainment : APPF - NPCCFielding Date: 2006Organized: 2006MTFESY 1390CM 4ProgramAPPFBACKGROUNDPERSONNEL(APPF National and Zone HQ’s)EQUIPMENT(APPF National and Zone HQ’s)WAY AHEADManning: MoI continues hiring personnel in zones on the MoI tashkil.NTM-A is assisting MoI in finding a bill payer for the 120 positions in the zone tashkill.Tashkils 8400, 8401, 8402, 8403 that were moved to Zone 101 AUP are in the process of being moved back under APPF.Equipping: Working with CJ43 in developing fielding plans and prioritization schedule. Verifying status of Weapons on hand.Facilities: APPF Training Center (Bagrami Kabul) Construction near complete , some facility and security concerns remain.Training: CTAG-P courses: TtT, Static Security Guard Training, Convoy Security Operations, & Personnel Security Details - Underway.Specialty Training: Contract Management & Core Mgt. Disciplines.APPF HQ training: Coordination to assume the demands of the missionAPPFAuthAssd% FillHQ13411583%ZoneHQs (7)1209680%Non Govt Security23100%Total277230ItemAuthO/H% FillLTV201575%MobileHH25416%AK4714911174%HQ and Zones are not yet capable of employing an actionable plan of transition of PSCs to SOE.Equipment VerificationATC CompleteLogistic SystemSpecialtyTrainingSpecialtyTraining(Sep 11)(Dec 11)(Mar 12)AssessmentEnd StateDevelop APPF with MoIFully FunctionalAPPF HQDevelop APPF Guard ForceMajor TransitionPhased Transition from PSCs to APPFDevelop SOE Organization, Policies & ProceduresDevelop Transition Plan from MoITransition to SOELast Updated: 1 Aug 11POC: LtCol Brandel
19 Political/Military Liaison Headquarters Security APPF Headquarters and ZonesNational HQ : 134 authorized; 105 assignedAPPF Total: Approx 7,500HeadquartersNon Gov’tGovernmentAPPFTraining CenterPolitical/Military LiaisonStrategic CommsRTC: 151 authorized; 110 assignedAdministrationPersonnelOperationsProgram ManagementLogistics/SupplyFinanceIntelligenceLEGENDDoc/Cust RelationsCommunicationTraining & EducationCurrent HQHeadquarters SecuritySub DirectoratesThe APPF is a Ministry of Interior security guard force of approximately 7,500 personnel under the direction of the DM for Security. We recently approved the expansion of the APPF HQ from 36 to 134, adding 98 LOTFA funded positions to HQ. This uplift is depicted in the Purple organizational boxes, and adds a robust admin, finance, contractual, operations, liaison and strategic communication capability to support the APPF growth to 30K and beyond.We also recently approved the addition of 7 APPF Zone Cells depicted in the green organizational boxes on the bottom – adding an additional 120 LOTFA funded positions. The APPF Zone Cell structures will be physically co-located with the AUP Zones. We added 6 cells of 15 personnel each and approved a 30-man tashkil in Zone Zone 303 is a large area, with poor lines of communication and almost 3 times as many planned development projects as any other region. As a result, we will assist the MoI in standing up a Zone command and control presence in Mazar-Sharif and an inter-related subordinate presence in Konduz Province.NTM-A is assisting MoI in finding a bill payer for the 120 positions in the zone tashkil.Mov ControlZone HQRTC7 x Zone HQs: Total 120 authorized; 96 assignedZone HQ sZone 101 HQZone 202 HQZone 303 HQZone 404 HQZone 505 HQZone 606 HQZone 707 HQAPPF Organizational and Training GrowthLast Updated: 14 July 2011POC: LtCol. Brandel,UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF3
21 Institutional and Police Policy Development (IPPD) Brief UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO
22 IPPD – Operational Concept MININTSUBJECT MATTER EXPERTSCoordination With:Special Police AdvisorsRoL AdvisorsInstitutional EnablersPolice Pillar AdvisorsTraining AdvisorsBudget / ProgramsMoJ ISAFMoD IJCMoE PoAMoF CPDOAG NDSEmbassies ICIPCB-Sec(Regular Report)EXECUTIVE COUNCILDM SEC, DM STRAT & POL, DM A&S, DM CNDCOM-P, ACG-PD, ACG-SES, HoM EUPOLSpecialist Working GroupsOperating across systemMICC - SecProject Plans & CoordinationNTM-A / IC UpdatesAssessmentsROL FrameworkRoLAs requiredTRNGAdvisorsMoI IPPD Background: As the Ministry of Interior (MoI) and Afghan National Police (ANP) continue to develop, professionalize and move through the process of transition (Inteqal), there exists a recognized deficit of Institutional and Police policy that provides sufficient guidance to enable MoI staff, the Afghan National Police (ANP) and external contributors to the Police Mission to effectively execute their functions and duties. Following the conduct of a consolidated Mission Analysis on the MoI and ANP, their purpose, functions, strengths, weaknesses and future requirements, DCOM-P has directed that work be continued through development of a foundational set of Strategic and Operational Policy which will provide an adaptive basis for transition. This process is known as MoI Institutional and Police Policy Development (MoI IPPD).Intent: To develop a body of strategic direction, policy, and procedures that include:(a) The organization and functions of the MoI as a Ministry of State; a security Ministry within the Afghan justice system; and the steward of Afghan National Police Forces/services, providing full spectrum functions.(b) Strategic Police Policy that codifies the roles, missions, functions and tasks of the Afghan National Police forces/services – their responsibilities and authorities – their relationships between forces/services; their responsibilities and interaction with the Justice system; and their requirements for operational and administrative support from MoI.(c) A framework of Operational and Administrative policy, instructions, guidelines and rules, required to direct, control, sustain and enable the actions of the ANP in pursuit of their duty in accordance with the Afghan Constitution, Afghan Laws and International Standards of Human Rights.STEERING GROUP 1STEERING GROUP 2STEERING GROUP 3ORGANISATION & FUNCTIONS (OFSG)POLICE OPERATIONAL POLICY (POPSG)POLICE ADMINISTRATIVE & SUPPORT POLICY (PASSG)DM STRAT & POL, ACG-PD,EUPOL Rep (Staff)MOI & MICC SecDM SEC, HoM EUPOL,EUPOL Rep (Staff)MOI & MICC SecDM ADMIN & SUP, ACGPD-SES,EUPOL Rep (Staff)MOI & MICC SecWorking GroupsWorking GroupsWorking GroupsUNCLASSIFIED/FOUO
23 OFSG (DM STRAT & POL SIDDIQI) PASSG (DM ADM & SUPP WAHDAT) IPPD Working GroupsOFSG (DM STRAT & POL SIDDIQI)POPSG (DM SEC RAHMAN)PASSG (DM ADM & SUPP WAHDAT)WG 1 - Command and ControlPolicy Coord Gp(Chair: Col Najibullah)Structure Coord Gp(Chair: Col Suieb)WG 1WG 2 - SustainmentWG 1 - TrainingWG 1 - AUPWG 2WG 3 - OperationsWG 2 - GPDWG 2 - AACPWG 3WG4 - IntelligenceWG 3 - CrimeWG 3 - ANCOP(In process of development)WG 5 - InformationWG 4 - TrafficWG 4 - ABPWG 5 - Use of ForceWG 5 - ALPWG 6 - IntelligenceWG 6 - APPFUNCLASSIFIED/FOUO
24 Summary of Work to Date Exec Council OFSG POPSG PAPSG met 12 Jul to issue initial guidance to SGs:initial meeting met 31 Jul 11initial meeting met 8 Aug 11draft TORsApprovedPending ApprovalID WGsWGs establishedPending:In close cooperation with the other SGsID Chairs of WGsPendingmet 15 Aug to ratify 2 SG TORs and discuss capacity and future DM CN involvementIPPD CHALLENGES:1. Afghan ownership2. Capacity: specialized research, analysis, and policy-writing skills are lacking in the MOI