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Afghan National Police (ANP)

Logistics Processes

slide2
Overview
  • ANP Advisor Support Chain
  • Afghan Logistics History/Current
  • ANP Policies
  • Tashkil
  • ANP Supply System
  • ANP Supply Process
  • ANP Fuel Procurement Process
  • ANP Distribution Process
  • ANP Maintenance Process
  • Key Issue Areas
    • Weapons/Equipment Accountability
    • Property Book
    • Corruption Reporting
  • Building Stewardship
ministry of interior organizational chart
Ministry of Interior Organizational Chart

Last Updated: 1 July 11

POC: MAJ Almada 237-0100

ntm a cstc a task organization
NTM-A/CSTC-A Task Organization

DCG NTM-A

/ DCG OPS

COM

NTM-A/

CG CSTC-A

DCG CSTC-A

/ DCG SPT

KEY

Command Authority

Support

ADCON

CSM

DCOS/

CSTC-A COS

KRCC

BSG

CJ6

COS

SADCG

HHC

CJ8

SAO

CJ5

TF

SECFOR

CJ4

EO

SGS

SJA

CJ3

CJ

SURG

CSM

Deputy

IG

OPS &

PLANS

CSM

COS

PAO

G1

G3

G5

G7

CJ1

CJ2

ENG

PAO

SURG

DCOM

ISC

DCOM-Air

APPF

AAG

DCOM

SPO

DCOM

POLICE

RSC SOUTH

RSC EAST

RSC NORTH

RSC CAPITAL

RSC WEST

RSC

SW

ACG-AD

ACG-PD

DCOM

SOF

DCOM

ARMY

TAGs

TAGs

TAGs

TAGs

TAGs

CG CTAG-P

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ANP Logistics

ANP Logistics History

  • No logistics system in place prior to the start of OEF
  • Pre 1990, Afghans used the Soviet “Push” logistics system
  • The Soviet system contributed to a “hoarding” mentality

Current ANP Logistics

  • Police are not accustomed to requesting items
  • It’s a challenge for the ANP to plan ahead for what they will need
  • Logistics is one of the most difficult challenges within the ANP
  • All ANP Logistics are based upon the ANP Policies. These documents provide the guidelines from which the ANP should be performing their duties. Advisors must FIRST and FOREMOST know and understand these documents before attempting to advise their Afghan on ANYTHING!
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Key Takeaways
  • We must train the Afghan National Police (ANP) to do the best they can with what they have
    • Leverage Afghan Strengths (paper records)
  • Understanding and reinforcing existing Logistics Policy and Doctrine is essential to mission success
    • Optimize existing systems
    • Work through Afghans to simplify systems
  • Build an enduring legacy for post 2014 success
    • Build muscle memory
    • Afghans must track requisitions and conduct reconciliation
  • The ANP supply systems have yet to be fully stocked with materiel
    • ANP ASL under development
slide7
What to expect
  • Some ANP will not do anything unless directed to do so by their boss
    • We are advisors but do not have control over what the ANP actually do
    • Many of the ANP logistics officers have limited skill training
    • The ANP is working to identify and eventually train their logisticians
    • What you can do
  • You don’t have control over who you are advising but you do have other advisors who work with their boss
    • Stay positive and professional while advising; use your chain of command to aid in getting the higher ranking ANP to dictate action
    • Many times they understand you’re trying to help but are scared to act without direction from higher
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ANSF Advisor Support Chain

DCOM SPO Log Training Advisor Teams are located in each RSC

All the National Logistics Nodes are covered by RSC Capital

ISAF

1 TSC

IJC

NTM-A

Info & Spt

RSC-E

RSC-N

RSC-

CAP

RSC-W

RSC-S

RSC-SW

JSC-A

RC-E

RC-N

RC-W

RC-S

RC-SW

RC-CAP

anp logistics structure
ANP Logistics Structure

STRATEGIC

NATIONAL

Minister

of the Interior

MSPs are currently under development

Intent is to ensure there is a supply point within 100km of each district

The NLC distributes sustainment from Kabul to the RLC/MSP. Districts pull sustainment from the RLCs

MCC

Deputy Minister Support

MMC

MOI MAINT

Director of Logistics

TRANS BDE

ILF/NLC

MOI Support Command

OPERATIONAL

REGIONAL

Regional

Headquarters

RLC

x5 +2

MSP

+9

Province

Headquarter

District

Headquarter

Districts

Afghan Uniform Police

Afghan National Civil Order Police

Afghan Border Police

Afghan Local Police

Afghan Public Protection Force

1 SSB

Kabul

2 SSB

Kandahar

3 SSB

Herat

4 SSB

Gardez

5 SSB

Helmand

anp requisition routing chain
ANP Requisition Routing Chain

Ministry of Interior

(MoI)

National Logistics Center

(NLC)

Regional Logistics Center

(RLC)

MOI Supply Point

(MSP)

District

moi mod cross service agreement
MoI/ MoD Cross Service Agreement

This agreement is a starting point

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COA 3b – “MOI Supply Points”

1 National Logistics Center

7 Regional Logistics Centers

7 New Sites for MSP+

Future sites outlined in yellow

Badakhshan

Jowzjan

Balkh

Konduz

  • Concept of Sustainment
  • Provinces sustained by regional logistics centers
  • 2012 – Build, Field, Improve
    • Partner 5 sites
    • NTM- A lead for MSP construction
    • Contracted maintenance
    • Develop Policy, procedures
    • Develop training/trainers
  • 2013 – Grow, Transition
    • NLC, RLC Jalalabad, ILF Kabul
    • Thicken Trans Capability
    • Centers at CM2B by end year
    • Contracts transitioned to MOI lead
    • New RLC’s online end-year
  • 2014 – Sustain
    • Afghan led contracts in place
    • Leverage Lateral support
    • ISAF in oversight

Takhar

Samangan

Faryah

Sar-I Pol

Panjshir

Baghlan

Nuristan

Badghis

Kapisa

Parwan

Kunar

Bamyan

Laghman

Wardak

Herat

Kabul

Nangarhar

Logar

Day Kundi

Ghor

Ghazni

Paktya

Khowst

Uruzgan

Farah

Zabul

Paktika

Nimroz

Helmand

Kandahar

“Increased Sites, Flexible, Enduring”

Last Updated: 3 Oct11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF

the anp supply system is composed of 3 main parts
The ANP Supply System is composed of 3 main parts:

Requisitioning: Afghans must be able to get the right items to the policemen/soldiers

“Pushed” Items – initial fielding of units and items for shoot, move and communicate (Class VII) are supplied from CSTC-A using the fielding generation process also known as the “push” system.

“Pulled” Items – items needed for sustaining operations are “pulled” using the sustainment process

Tracking: Afghans must be able to account for what we have ordered and received

Accounting : Afghans must be able to account for what items the unit has

All 3 Parts must be Used Together for System to Work

moi form 14 challenges
MoI Form 14 Challenges
  • Afghans do not believe the supply system can fill their requests
    • This is driven by the lack of supplies in the system
  • MoI 14s are often incomplete or incorrect
  • NTM-A is working to establish and stock the unit Authorized Stockage List (ASL) and Prioritized Load Listing (PLL)
  • NON ASL items are not clearly understood by the requestor or the supply unit
  • Commanders at each echelon insert themselves into the process
  • Afghans have yet to establish commodity allocation tables
  • Limited feed back on why Form 14 was rejected
  • Coalition advisors bypass or track the Form 14
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ANP Classes of Supply

Class I Subsistence – food, water, field rations

Class II General Supplies – uniforms, tents, tools

Class III* Petroleum, Oil & Lubricants – fuel, firewood

Class IV Construction & Barrier Material – sand bags, C-wire

Class V Ammunition & Explosives – bullets, grenades

Class VI Personal Necessity Items – soap, razors, toothpaste

Class VII Major End Items – vehicles, weapons, radios

Class VIII Medical Supplies & Equipment – syringes, medicine

Class IX** Repair Parts – weapons/vehicle/comm parts

Class X Other Items Grade Items – bulldozers, graders

* Fuel Provided by bulk contract

**Contractors supply parts

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Key MoI Logistics Forms
  • MoIForm 1687 Delegation of Authority
  • MoIForm 14 Request for Issue and turn-in
    • This is the starting point for the entire supply system
  • MoI Form 3 Register of Supply Actions
  • MoIForm 9 Material Item Issue Order
  • MoIForm 1288 Due Out Log
  • MoIForm 1289 Due In Log
  • MoIForm 1384 Transportation Control and Movement Document (i.e. a request for transportation)
  • MoI Form 50 Transportation Movement Request
  • MoIForm 52 Convoy Departure Report
  • MoIForm 63 Maintenance Request
  • MoI Form 72 Battle Damage Report
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MOI Form 14 Process

MoI Logistics Policy requires two signatures.

The requestor and the supporting unit commander.

Have tracked as many as 16.

Receives requirements from MMC and coordinates procurement

DOL

ILF/

NLC

Trans Bde

MMC

RLC SPO

Enters the request on the MOI Form 1298 Due Out Record

Forwards request to

the MMC

CL I mixture of push and local purchase

Bulk Dry and Liquids (Vendor Contract)

Perishables are local purchase

MMC item manager Signs MOI 14

forwards release order to ILF and transportation order to Trans Bde

ILF stages material

Issues MoI9

Trans BDE programs movement

RLC

Province

HQ

Enters the request on the RLC Form 1298 Due Out Record

Forwards to MMC

RLSC SPO Approves and signs MoI 14

Issues materiel on MoI 9

Police Unit CDR Approves and signs MoI 14

CL IX is managed by maintenance contract.

MOI 14 used for CL II, IV, V, VI, CL VII.

CL IIIB is allocations are based on vehicle fleet.

Police units request via MOI 14.

District HQ

MoI14 Flow

Equipment and MoI 9 Flow

Police Unit

Unit travels to RLC to receive materiel or jingle truck delivers to unit.

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MoI Form 14

One Class of Supply per MOI 14!

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What if a request cannot be filled?
  • Any time an order is killed (lack of items or command decision) the MoIForm 14 should be returned with an explanation of why it was denied (This almost never occurs).
  • When the request on a Form 14 is denied there is an important decision to be made
    • Is the request something that is vital to the mission and survivability?
      • If the answer is “NO”…then you explain to the mentee and drive on
        • If the answer is “YES”…you will need to obtain copies of the denied Form 14’s and help maneuver up through the Afghan system with an Afghan Concept Plan (operational justification).
    • If request is denied again, re-evaluate
      • Is the request something that is vital to the mission and survivability? If yes, at this time consider addressing through Coalition Chain.
        • CSTC-A may advise MoIlogistics teams to reconsider
        • FMS channels may be considered.
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So What…..
  • Key to success is understanding what right looks like on your requisitions
  • “Has your Afghan called the next echelon” to track the requisition?
    • Coercive Reinforcement
    • Must train the Afghans to track requisitions
challenges and forms
Challenges and Forms
  • ANP Distribution is mostly contract with security elements from the Transportation Brigade
  • The CMA movement program pushes regionally to Kandahar, Helmand, Heart, Mez, Gardez, J-bad once a month as well as myriad local movements in support of CFC fielding , FMS movements, Class III deliveries, etc.
  • Both the ANP and ANA are short personnel and struggle to license tractor trailer operators (note: only total of 50 driving slots available to all ANSF at Logistics Driving School every 60 days)
  • Forms1347 and 9 are not available on delivery
  • Units do not believe the transportation discrepancy report (TDR)

MoIForm 1384 Transportation Control & Movement Document

MoIForm 50 Transportation Movement Request

MoIForm 52 Convoy Departure Report

MoIForm 84 Shipping Discrepancy Report

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ANP Distribution Process

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Time Distance Slide

Konduz

MeS

RLSC North

RLC MeS

15-17 hours +/-

From Kabul

RLSC Center

RLC Nangahar (P)

4 hours +/-

From Kabul

RLSC West

RLC Herat

10-12 hours +/-

From RC S/SW

Jalalabad

Herat

Kabul

D

RLSC East

RLC Gardez

4 hours +/-

From Kabul

Gardez

Shindad

Khowst

Farah

KANDAHAR

Qalat

RLSC SW

RLC Lashkar Gar

5-7 hours +/-

From RC S

RLSC SW

RLC Kandahar

11-13 hours +/-

From Kabul

Lashkar

Gar

UNCLASSIFIED

fuel forms
Fuel Forms
  • MoIForm 1687 Delegation of Authority
  • MoIForm 14 Request for Issue and turn-in
    • This is the starting point for the entire supply system
  • MoIForm 32 Fuel Consumption Report (Monthly)
  • MoIForm 68 Generator Consumption Report (Daily)
anp fuel request process
ANP Fuel Request Process

Last Updated: 16 Nov11

POC: Capt Jorgensen 237-1191

UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF

anp vehicle fuel demand calculations
ANP Vehicle Fuel Demand Calculations

Max Fuel Authorization = 20 liters per vehicle per day

  • Example Calculation: Unit XYZ has 10 Ford Rangers assigned
    • XYZ’s Max Auth = 10 (vehs) * 20 (liters/day) * 30 (days/mo) = 6,000 liters
    • In Oct, each veh drove 1,000 km
    • Nov fuel request = 1,000 km * 10 (vehs)* 14 (liters) / 100 (km) = 1,400 liters
  • Challenges:
    • The MoI currently has no method of validating consumption reports
    • This system is reactive and doesn’t take into account future needs
    • Allowances include weather, terrain, and specific mission

MoI Needs Clearer Methods of Forecasting and Validating National-Level Fuel Requirements

Last Updated: 16 Nov11

POC: Capt Jorgensen 237-1191

UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF

anp generator fuel acquisition
ANP Generator Fuel Acquisition
  • Step 1: Unit registers all Coalition-donated generators with MoI
  • Step 2: Unit establishes consumption norm with MoI
    • sets a baseline fuel allocation
    • based on power output requirements (kW)
  • Step 3: Unit sends monthly consumption report to MoI to establish next month’s fuel allocation
  • Step 4: Unit sends MoI 14 to MoI via chain-of-command for fuel requests throughout the month

All registered generators are tracked by MOI Facilities Department, who should provide that information to the Class III Office at MMC. "Fuel is then requested based on previous consumption, up to limits imposed based on generator type and power output. For example, 25-100KW generators may receive up to 50 liters per day; 100-500KW generators may receive up to 200 liters per day; etc."

MoI Needs Clearer Methods of Forecasting and Validating National-Level Fuel Requirements

Last Updated: 16 Nov11

POC: Capt Jorgensen 237-1191

UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF

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Generator Registration 101
  • When a unit receives a new generator, fuel consumption rates for the generator must be established.
  • Class III Fuels will send a one-time shipment of fuel to help the unit establish a fuel consumption norm for the generator. A three person team (consisting of a member from the Power Department, the Unit's Technical Officer, and the Ministry of Public Beneficiary) will run the generator several times a day for several hours over a several day period to establish the fuel consumption norm.
  • The unit is then required to provide an MOI Form 68, Generator Fuel Consumption Report for each generator.
  • The MOI Form 32, Fuel Monthly Consumption Report is then used to consolidate all fuel consumption reports.
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So What….
  • Fuel accountability depends on advisors training their Afghan units to use the existing processes
    • Forecasting is non existent
  • Understanding the requisition process is crucial to sustaining the ANP
    • ANP Fuel Policies (vehicle and generator).
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ANP Force Generation Process

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ntm a cstc a afghan national police sy1391 force development priorities
NTM-A/CSTC-A Afghan National Police SY1391 Force Development Priorities
  • ANP Force Generation Pillar Priorities:
  • 1. APPF: Equip the APPF HQ to enable the management the State Owned Enterprise.
  • 2. Enablers: Logistical Units; Training General Command; Directorate of Intelligence
  • 3. AUP: Generate 5 new Provincial Response Companies; Generate 3 AUP spaces per District for ALP
  • 4. ALP: Phase 9 Tashkils and the fielding of equipment and vehicles to 99 Districts.
  • 5. ABP: Core and Blue Border Development; Professionalization & Accountability
  • 6. ANCOP: Generate the 6th ANCOP BDE
  • 7. AACP: Grow Judicial Security Unit; Grow Air Interdiction Unit, Thicken TF333 and ATF444
  • Zone Priorities: Zone 404, 707, 505, 202, 101, 303, 606
  • Concept of Prioritization:
  • Build a capable local police force – all security is local
  • Build systems so Afghan’s can sustain it long term – it’s their police system
  • Rebalance the force within 157K to ensure optimal police capabilities

A trained and sustained police force transitioning to Afghan lead

Last Updated: 24 Jan 12

POC: COL Gellert, 237-1074

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Fielding v. Backfill
  • Fielding tends to overwhelm the MoI Tech Center
  • ANP units receive all material on hand during initial fielding
  • Backfills – shoot move communicate items are pushed from the Kabul using a Move / Shoot order (ANP)
  • “Other” items are requisitioned using the MoI 14
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ANP Maintenance Process

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maintenance forms
Maintenance Forms
  • MoIForm 1687 Delegation of Authority
  • MoIForm 14 Request for Issue and turn-in
    • This is the starting point for the entire supply system
  • MoI Form 63 Request for Repair
  • MoI Form 72 Battle Damage Report
anp vehicle maintenance
ANP Vehicle Maintenance

ANP MAINTENANCE

  • 100 percent Contracted Solution for Vehicle Maintenance and Supply Chain Management.
  • Automotive Management Services (AMS) is contractor.
  • Contract intended to cover an ANP vehicle fleet of 30K but present fielding plan is 41K
  • Maintenance for Title XXII vehicles only, purchased through USG sources for ANSF.
  • Five year contract (Presently in first option year with 3 remaining option years)

ISSUES

  • No organic ANP maintenance solution; complete dependency on contractor maintenance.
  • No organic Class IX Supply Chain Management solution; complete dependency on contractor.
  • Currently supporting 24,596 ANP vehicles but facilities are insufficient for present density.
  • Donated and MOI procured vehicles, regardless of country of origin are currently not covered.
  • Recovery assets transferred to ANP in April 2011. ANP responsible for vehicle recovery but recovery operations are minimal to non-existent.
  • No reporting mechanism for Operational Readiness (OR) rate other than what is presented for service at an AMS facility.
  • OR rate for that which is seen by AMS shop is 98 percent however, actual OR rate for fleet is 49.6 percent (i.e. unseen, battle damage, ECOD, not seen in a year plus, etc)
  • Battle damaged vehicles (500 plus) remain on property books and draw fuel allotment.
  • 3715 vehicles have never been seen (Unseen Vehicle List)
  • Organic Maintenance unachievable by 2014. Cost of contract not sustainable without continued funding.

Last Updated: 14 NOV 2011

POC: CW4 Ginquitti, 237-3064

maintenance
Maintenance
  • ANP Maintenance
  • Vehicle Maintenance is part of the Afghanistan Technical Equipment Maintenance Program (A-TEMP) contract.
  • The main contractor is Automotive Management Services (AMS).
  • Weapons maintenance is handled on a contract with Alpha Omega Systems (AOS).
  • AOS is contracted to repair weapons and teach the ANP maintenance procedures
destroyed item condemnation
Destroyed Item Condemnation

If a property book item is destroyed:

  • Use Form 4697 (Material Investigation)
  • Accountable officer/hand receipt holder initiates
  • AMS or Alpha Omega will validate w/ supporting documentation as applicable
  • Investigation should take no longer than 75 days
  • RLC/RLSC should coordinate transport of items to AMS
  • Item must be removed from property book at national level before new requisition will be approved
  • Request new item on MOI Form 14
key issue areas
Key Issue Areas
  • Weapons Accountability
  • Property Book
  • Corruption
slide56
Property Accountability

Weapons and Equipment accountability is the largest focus of our higher headquarters

challenges
Challenges
  • The property databases do not agree with each other
  • There is a lot of equipment in the field that have is accounted for
  • We need your help to find this equipment
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Weapons Accountability
  • Must be enforced daily at unit level
  • All ANSF organizations are required to conduct a 100% monthly inventory of ALL on-hand weapons
  • Coalition advisors must oversee AND validate every inventory
  • All ANSF organizations must maintain a property book that accounts for each weapon by type and serial number
  • All captured weapons must be put on the ANP/ANA must be retrograded to Kabul.
    • There are two category of weapons:
      • NATO – requires US escort via gun-runner
      • FWP – can be transported via CMA w/o US escort
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Weapons Accountability
  • Safety – many/most ANP will store their weapons with a round in the chamber. Clear all & adhere to muzzle awareness at all times when handling ANP weapons.
  • To conduct a 100% inventory (required monthly), ensure you look in all areas, including living quarters.
  • Advise the ANP on proper storage of ammo. You may see large quantities of rusted/corroded, loosely stored ammo.
  • Some ANP only record a partial serial number on their property books. Be sure to verify the complete number.
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Property Book
  • Formal set of Accounting Records consisting of Forms 3328 and 3328-1
    • Form 3328 is the primary form to account for equipment
      • One form is maintained for each type of equipment
      • Record of how much equipment is on hand, due-in and who has custody and responsibility
    • Form 3328-1
      • Serial numbers for equipment are recorded on Form 3328-1
      • Serial number information on ANP Form 3328-1 is recorded from Material Issue Order (Form 9),
      • Lateral Transfer (Form 14)
  • Maintained at User Level
  • Record of All Equipment Issued to an organization
  • Managed by a Property Book Officer
  • PBO is an accountable officer
  • PBO is formally appointed
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Form 3328
  • Only 1 stock number per page
  • Similar items with different stock numbers will get their own page
  • The unit may have 94 of a certain type of AK-47, that stock number is put on one page
  • There is a column for the # of AK’s
  • Each time the # changes you move down to a new line and keep track of the current total

QTY -

QTY +

Date

Starting balance

Left and Right half are the same

Stock Number

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Form 3328-1

فورم 1-3328

Form 3328-1

  • Enter the serial number for each piece of equipment on the Form 3328
  • Enter the hand receipt number of the unit or section who has the equipment
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Corruption Reporting

While it is not an advisor’s job to seek out corruption there will be times that it is apparent. CSTC-A issued a FRAGO directing the steps to follow when encountering corruption or bribery.

1. (U/FOUO) SITUATION. THE PERCEPTION OF CORRUPTION AT ALL LEVELS IN THE AFGHAN GOVERNMENT AND AMONG THE AFGHAN NATIONAL SECURITY FORCES (ANSF) CORRODES POPULAR SUPPORT AND UNDERMINES THE NATION'S POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH AND PROSPERITY, TO INCLUDE UNDERMINING THE EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF CSTC-A RESOURCES. AS GOOD STEWARDS OF OUR NATION'S RESOURCES, ALL CSTC-A ELEMENTS WILL REPORT SUSPECTED/ALLEGED CORRUPTION AND BRIBERY ACTIVITIES CONCERNING AFGHAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND/OR ANSF./

3.A. (U/FOUO) COMMANDER'S INTENT. IN ACCORDANCE WITH CSTC-A OPERATIONS ORDER 09-001, ALL CSTC-A PERSONNEL, ESPECIALLY MENTORS, EMBEDDED TRAINING TEAMS (ETTS) AND POLICE MENTOR TEAMS (PMTS) WHO WORK CLOSELY WITH AFGHAN COUNTERPARTS, WILL REPORT ALL SUSPECTED CORRUPTION AND BRIBERY ACTIVITIES OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND THE ANSF TO THE CHAIN OF COMMAND AS A COMMANDER'S CRITICAL INFORMATION REQUIREMENT (CCIR). ADDITIONALLY, IN ORDER TO ENHANCE CSTC-A EFFORTS AT REDUCING CORRUPTION AND IMPROVING OVERALL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR U.S. GOVERNMENT SUPPLIED FUNDS AND MATERIEL, A JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING GROUP (JOPG) WILL BE INITIATED TO REVIEW/STUDY, REFINE AND PROVIDE RECOMMENDED COURSES OF ACTION (COAS)

building stewardship
Building Stewardship
  • Stewardship is part of professionalization.
  • We must analyze and enhance our programs that develop the ethic of stewardship through:
    • Property accountability
    • Maintenance
    • Personnel management
  • Our responsibilities:
    • Lead by example.
    • Assist partners to develop systems of accountability, stewardship, and personnel management.
    • Educate and inculcate stewardship in the training base and through partnership w/ the fielded force.
    • Instill a sense of urgency.
    • Stay the course as advisors and work with your U.S. and ANSF counterparts to TRY to get the ANSF to use the system developed by their leadership, signed by MoI

Areas of immediate focus

points of contact
DCOM SPO POC’sPoints of Contact
  • DCOM SPO J3
    • DSN 318 237 0791
    • SVOIP 318 237 0702
    • NIPR Email: DCOM-SPOJ3OPS@afghan.swa.army.mil
    • SIPR Email: CENTRIX Email: DCOM-SPO-J3OC.org@afgn.centcom.isaf.cmil.mil
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ANP Decree Process

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abp south 1 apr 14
ABP SOUTH – 1 Apr 14

PHQ Day Kundi

BP Zone 3 HQ

PSP Day Kundi

MoI Reg HQ

RHQ Zn 404

PHQ Kandahar

RLC

Daykundi

3/2 ANCOP

PHQ TarinKot

1/2 ANCOP

PSP TarinKot

PSP Qalat

Uruzgan

4/2 ANCOP

PHQ Qalat

Zabul

Complete

1 Jul 11

2/2 ANCOP

1 Apr 12

2nd Bde HQ/SSB

1 Apr 13

1 Apr 14

Kandahar

RPTC Kandahar

RTC Kandahar

RCP Kandahar

ancop abp east south 1 apr 14
ANCOP/ABP EAST (South) – 1 Apr 14

PSP Bamayan

Trans Brigade Wardak

PHQ Bamayan

ANP Ammo Bunkers

RTC Bamyan

NLC Wardak

PHQ Wardak

Complete

3/1 ANCOP

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

NPTC Wardak

1 Apr 14

PHQ Logar

PSP Logar

PSP Khost

PHQ Khost

PSP Ghazni

PHQ Ghazni

2/4 ANCOP

RHQ Zn 505

PHQ Paktya

4/4 ANCOP

1/4 ANCOP

RLC Gardez

RTC Gardez

PHQ Paktika

BP Zone 2 HQ

3/4 ANCOP

4th Bde ANCOP

PSP Paktika

4th Bde SSB

RCP Gardez

MoI Reg HQ

ancop abp east north 1 apr 14
ANCOP/ABP EAST (North) – 1 Apr 14

RHQ Zn 202 (in Kabul)

PSP Mehtar Lem

PSP Kapisa

PSP Panjsher

PHQ Nuristan

CHC+ Mehtar Lem

PHQ Kapisa

PHQ Parwan

PHQ Panjsher

PSP Nuristan

PHQ Mehter Lem

PSP Parwan

PHQ Kunar

PSP Kunar

2/1 ANCOP

RPTC Parwan

Complete

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

4/1 ANCOP

1 Apr 14

PHQ Nangahar

RTC Jalalabad

ABP Zone 1 HQ

5/1 ANCOP

CHC+ Jalalabad

RLC Jalalabad

RCP Jalalabad

MoI Reg HQ

aup west 1 apr 14
AUP WEST - 1 Apr 14

2/3 ANCOP

PHQ Herat

PSP Badghis

PSP Ghor

PHQ Badghis

RCP

PHQ Ghor

RHQ 606 Zone

RLC West

RTC Herat

MOI Reg HQ

ABP Zone 4 HQ

3rd Bde ANCOP

SSB

1/3 ANCOP

3/3 ANCOP

RTC Adraskan

Complete

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

RPTC Shindand

1 Apr 14

PSP Farah

PHQ Farah

4/3 ANCOP

aup north west 1 apr 14
AUP NORTH (West) – 1 Apr 14

RTC MeS

GPTC MeS

PHQ Jawzjan

RCP MeS

PSP Jawzjan

2/6 ANCOP

RTC Kunduz

GPTC Kunduz

PHQ Kunduz

PSP Kunduz

3/ 6 ANCOP

PHQ Baghlan

RHQ Zn 303

PSP Baghlan

PHQ Samangan

Complete

RLC MeS

4/ 6 ANCOP

RCP Baghlan

PSP Samangan

1 Jul 11

MoI Reg HQ

PHQ Sari Pul

1 Apr 12

PHQ Faryab

PSP Sari Pul

BP Zone 5 HQ

1 Apr 13

PSP Faryab

6th Bde HQ/SSB

1 Apr 14

1/ 6 ANCOP

aup north east 1 apr 14
AUP NORTH (East) – 1 Apr 14

PHQ Badakhshan

PSP Badakhshan

Complete

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

1 Apr 14

PHQ Takhar

PSP Takhar

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77 Approved ALP Districts (22,848 spaces)

46 Validated sites (14,198 spaces)

Plus 231 AUP spaces (3 per AUP District with ALP)

Received report that 30K is expected in the FY-12 budget.

Afghan Local Police Sites Status

Tashkils Approval

Site Validation Pending

Sites Validated

MoI In-Processed

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33

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24

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25

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11

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64

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62

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39

73

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72

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75

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36

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69

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16

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In-Processed Sites

Sites Validated

Pending Validation

Pending Tashkils

ALP HQ

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67

61

28

19

55

42

57

74

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15

52

40

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7,610 Members/77 MoI Approved Sites Identified by IJC/CFSOCC-A

UNCLASSIFIED

gdpsu capital
GDPSU CAPITAL

National Fire Trng Academy

GPDSU CRU

RLC Kabul

ANP National HQ

1st Bde ANCOP SSB

RCP Kabul

Complete

1 Jul 11

MOI HQ & NPCC

1 Apr 12

AACP Kabul Compound

1 Apr 13

ANCOP HQ

1 Apr 14

ANCOP 1/1

MoI Trans. Brigade

1st BDE HQ

ABP National HQ

RHQ Zn 202

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