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Foreign Police Assistance: Defined Roles and Improved Information Sharing Could Enhance Interagency Collaboration

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Government Accountability Office, Foreign Police Assistance: Defined Roles and Improved Information Sharing Could Enhance Interagency Collaboration (GAO-12-534) (May 9, 2012) (full-text).

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This report (1) updates the GAO's analysis of the funding U.S. agencies provided for foreign police assistance during fiscal years 2009 through 2011, (2) examines the extent to which DOD and the State Department Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (State/INL) assess or evaluate their activities for countries with the largest programs, and (3) examines the mechanisms U.S. agencies use to coordinate foreign police assistance activities. GAO focused on DOD and the State Department because they have the largest foreign police assistance programs.

GAO recommended that (1) NSC complete its efforts to define agency roles and responsibilities, and (2) the Secretaries of Defense and State establish mechanisms to better share and document information among various U.S. agencies.

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