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Afghan Local Police: A Critical Rural Security Initiative Lacks Adequate Logistics Support, Oversight, and Direction
John F. Sopko (ed)
The Afghan Local Police (ALP), established in 2010 under the authority of the Afghan Ministry of Interior (MOI), works to enhance security in rural areas outside the reach of the Afghan National Army or the Afghan National Police. The ALP headquarters is in Kabul, but each ALP unit is controlled through its respective district and provincial police headquarters. As of August 2015, ALP consisted of 28,073 personnel across 150 districts. The ALP is supported by U.S. and coalition forces, with oversight from the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A). Based on current estimates, $121 million will be needed annually to sustain the program. This report (1) identifies challenges to the ALPäó»s success; (2) assesses the MOIäó»s internal controls and CSTC-Aäó»s oversight of salary disbursements to ALP personnel; and (3) determines how the U.S. government and the MOI plan to monitor and sustain the ALP program. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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