This book identifies the procedures and capabilities that the U.S. Department of Defense, other agencies of the U.S. government, U.S. allies and partners, and international organizations require in order to support the transition from counterinsurgency, when the military takes primary responsibility for security and economic operations, to stability and reconstruction, when police and civilian government agencies take the lead.
Intro Cover Title Page Copyright Contents Preface Figures Tables Summary Acknowledgments Abbreviations Chapter One: Introduction The Goals of This Research The Fragile Transition COIN Transition Different Levels of U.S. Involvement in Counterinsurgency Major U.S. Involvement in the Counterinsurgency Limited U.S. Involvement No U.S. Involvement Implications of Different Outcome Scenarios Chapter Two: U.S. Interagency Planning and Implementation-Vision and Reality in 2010 The Department of State Coordinator for Reconstruction and Stabilization and the Civilian Response Corps Prospects for Improved Approaches to Interagency Planning and Execution of SROs Contractors as Vehicles for Continuity Information Systems Chapter Three: Military-to-Civilian Hand-Off of Security and Economic Operations Describing Security and Economic Operations Military Hand-Off of Security Operations Sustaining Military-to-Military Relations Hand-Off of Policing and Public Safety Programs Hand-Off of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Programs Hand-Off of Economic Operations to Civilian Agency Leadership Provincial Reconstruction Teams The United States Agency for International Development The DoD in Economic Operations Economic Operations in Iraq Hand-Off Challenges During Operation Iraqi Freedom Project Coordination, Assessment, and Transfer Civilian Staffing and Continuity of Project Oversight The Evolution of the PRTs After the Transition Chapter Four: Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration The Concept of DDR Definition DDR Phases and Prerequisites Eligibility Criteria for Inclusion in DDR Programs Women Child Soldiers DDR and Technical Support The Role of International Police in Post-COIN Environments. Coordination and Implementation of the DDR Process Monitoring Chapter Five: Police and Justice Functions Introduction Building Police Capabilities The U.S. Experience with Police Assistance Building Justice and Corrections Capabilities The U.S. Experience with Justice and Corrections Assistance Challenges in Building Police, Justice, and Corrections Systems in Transition Environments Gaps in Policing Capabilities Gaps in Justice Capabilities Gaps That Could Be Filled Through New Research Gaps That Could Be Filled Through Improved Planning and Coordination Gaps That May Be Filled by International Partners Chapter Six: The Contribution of International Partners Transition-Relevant Capabilities of International Institutions United Nations European Union Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) African Union International Police Capabilities United Nations European Union European Gendarmerie Forces NATO Multinational Specialized Units Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe African Union Police Center of Excellence for Stability Police Units Rule of Law EU Rule-of-Law Missions United Nations World Bank Regional Development Banks Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration World Bank United Nations International Organization for Migration African Union European Union Post-Crisis Economic Assistance European Union United Nations/United Nations Development Programme World Bank Innovative Bilateral Initiatives: the United Kingdom and the Netherlands Chapter Seven: Conclusions and Recommendations Hand-Off of Security and Economic Operations from Military to Civilian Agencies Military-Civilian Collaboration SRO Planning and Execution U.S. Government Structural Reforms. Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration of Combatants Adequate Resources IT Contribution to DDR Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons Cantonment Police and Justice Functions Establishing or Reestablishing Coverage of the Entire National Territory Constabulary Policing Capabilities Riot and Crowd-Control Capabilities Integrated Police and Judicial System Reconstruction Crosscutting Issues Unity of Effort Accurate Predeployment Intelligence Adequate Intelligence Coordination Contribution of International Partners Limitations of International Contributions Leveraging International Capabilities Technological Solutions Nonlethality Identification Systems and Biometrics Communications Operational Mobility Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) Appendix A: U.S. Government Agencies Involved in Implementing or Supporting Policing Capabilities Appendix B: U.S. Government Agencies Involved in Building or Supporting Justice and Corrections Capabilities Appendix C: Key Capabilities of U.S. Government Agencies Bibliography.
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