The contractor shall provide U.S. Forces with experienced former Law Enforcement (LE) personnel with criminal enterprise investigative and analytical experience/skills, and the ability to teach basic and community policing skills, policing standards, RoL, in support of (ISO) U.S. Forces in the USCENTCOM AOR and specifically in Afghanistan.
LEP Personnel will train, advise, assist, and mentor Afghan national police and security forces in law enforcement, criminal investigations, and corrections to include the ministerial and police administration level.
LEP personnel are not designed to be utilized as a stand-alone resource but are partnered with and work under the oversight of U.S. military personnel and are accompanied by U.S. Forces. The LEPs which are funded through the Afghan Security Forces Fund (ASFF) are authorized to directly advise, assist, mentor and train Host Nation Security Forces. LEP must be under the Tactical Control (TACON) of their Task Units/Task Forces. LEP personnel will not conduct autonomous operations of any kind. LEP personnel are not authorized to be used as Guardian Angels (GA)/for armed security functions as defined by theater policy. Guardian Angel (GA) support is required IAW current RS/USFOR-A policy. LEP personnel are prohibited from engaging directly in developing intelligence sources, participating in any criminal investigation which falls under the Title 10 purview of USACIDC, Naval Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS) or other Military Criminal Investigation Organization (MCIO), or any other activity prohibited by U.S. or international law or treaty including Status of Forces Agreements (SOFA), the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA), or DoD or service regulation.