Grant aid to Colombia through International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement

Grant aid to Colombia through International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement

Year Item Recipient Unit Amount
1996 Commodities (Aircraft parts, tools, avionics, and other equipment; radios, vehicles, field and investigative equipment) Colombian National Police $7,400,000
1996 Infrastructure Support (Radios, computers, training, operational support) (Unspecified) $500,000
1996 Other Costs (Aircraft operations, contract personnel, forward base construction, U.S. advisors, project support) Colombian National Police $4,100,000
1996 Training (Aviation, tactical, intelligence) Colombian National Police $1,500,000
1996 Subtotal for 1996 $13,500,000
1997 Commodities Colombian Armed Forces $2,500,000
1997 Commodities (Aircraft parts, tools, avionics, and other equipment; radios, vehicles, field and investigative equipment) Colombian National Police $14,950,000
1997 Other Costs Colombian Armed Forces $1,500,000
1997 Other Costs (Aircraft operations, contract personnel, forward base construction, U.S. advisors, project support) Colombian National Police $10,000,000
1997 Training Colombian Armed Forces $1,000,000
1997 Training (Aviation, tactical, intelligence) Colombian National Police $1,500,000
1997 Subtotal for 1997 $31,450,000
1998 C-26 Support (Unspecified) $4,000,000
1998 Commodities (Aircraft parts, tools, avionics, and other equipment; radios, vehicles, field and investigative equipment) Colombian National Police $8,900,000
1998 Huey Upgrades for Colombia (Unspecified) $14,000,000
1998 Other Costs (Aircraft operations, contract personnel, forward base construction, U.S. advisors, project support) Colombian National Police $29,400,000
1998 Training (Aviation, tactical, intelligence) Colombian National Police $2,000,000
1998 Subtotal for 1998 $58,300,000
1999 Armed Forces Counternarcotics Support Colombian Armed Forces $2,700,000
1999 Commodities (Aircraft parts, tools, avionics, and other equipment; radios, vehicles, field and investigative equipment) Colombian National Police $12,390,000
1999 Other Costs (Aircraft operations, contract personnel, forward base construction, U.S. advisors, project support) Colombian National Police $8,660,000
1999 Training (Aviation, tactical, intelligence) Colombian National Police $1,000,000
1999 Western Hemisphere Drug Elimination Act Colombian National Police $173,160,000
1999 Subtotal for 1999 $197,910,000
2000 Armed Forces Counternarcotics Support Colombian Armed Forces $8,450,000
2000 Commodities (Aircraft parts, tools, avionics, and other equipment; radios, vehicles, field and investigative equipment) Colombian National Police $20,300,000
2000 Other Costs (Aircraft operations, contract personnel, forward base construction, U.S. advisors, project support) Colombian National Police $16,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Airfield Security Colombian National Police $2,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Airfield Updgrades Colombian Armed Forces $8,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Ammunition for Water and Ground Interdiction Colombian Armed Forces $2,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Armed Forces Human Rights and Legal Reform Colombian Armed Forces $1,500,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Army JAG School Colombian Armed Forces $1,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Begin forward infrastructure devel. Colombian Armed Forces $3,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Build CNP Border Bases Colombian National Police $5,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Enhance CNP Forward Op Capability Colombian National Police $5,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Enhance force protection Colombian Armed Forces $4,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Enhance Logistical Support Colombian National Police $2,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Enhanced Eradication Colombian National Police $4,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Huey II Program Colombian Armed Forces $60,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Improve Logistical Support Colombian Armed Forces $4,400,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Infrastructure for Patrol Boats Colombian Armed Forces $1,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Joint Ops Training for Sr. Commanders Colombian Armed Forces $1,100,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Judicial Police Training Academy Colombian National Police $3,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Maritime Enforcement / Port Security Colombian National Police $2,500,000
2000 Plan Colombia – One Additional Air Unit Colombian National Police $2,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Operations Support Colombian Armed Forces $19,500,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Other (Unspecified) $86,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Provide Spray Aircraft Colombian National Police $20,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Secure Communications Colombian National Police $3,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Secure Field/HQ Communications Colombian Armed Forces $3,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Spare Parts Colombian National Police $3,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Sustain Counter-Narcotics Battalions Colombian Armed Forces $6,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Sustain Ops Colombian National Police $5,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Sustain Water and Ground Interdiction Ops Colombian Armed Forces $12,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Train Colombian National Police $2,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Train Customs Police Colombian National Police $2,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – UH-1N Huey Colombian Armed Forces $60,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – UH-60 Blackhawk Colombian Armed Forces $208,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – UH-60 Blackhawk Colombian National Police $26,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Upgrade Aircraft for Water and Ground Interdiction Colombian Armed Forces $1,900,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Upgrade CNP Air Facilities Colombian National Police $8,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Upgrade CNP Airplanes Colombian National Police $5,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Upgrade OV-10s Colombian Armed Forces $15,000,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Upgrade UH-1Hs Colombian National Police $20,600,000
2000 Plan Colombia – Weapons & Ammo Colombian National Police $3,000,000
2000 Training (Aviation, tactical, intelligence) Colombian National Police $1,000,000
2000 Subtotal for 2000 $666,250,000
2001 Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade Army $1,900,000
2001 Colombian Navy / Navy Maritime Interdiction Support Navy $500,000
2001 Subtotal for 2001 $2,400,000
2002 Administrative Support Colombian National Police $4,943,000
2002 Anti-Kidnapping Strategy (Unspecified) $3,600,000
2002 Army Aviation Support / Army Aviation Brigade Army $78,000,000
2002 Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade Army $9,650,000
2002 Aviation Support Colombian National Police $67,467,000
2002 Bomb Squad / Explosive Database Center (Unspecified) $1,750,000
2002 Cellular Intercept Switch Project (Unspecified) $1,000
2002 Colombian Air Force / Air Bridge Denial Program Air Force $13,980,000
2002 Colombian Navy / Navy Maritime Interdiction Support Navy $2,370,000
2002 Emergency Supplemental Funds (Unspecified) $4,000,000
2002 Ministry of Defense Human Rights / Institutional Reform (Unspecified) $2,500,000
2002 Pipeline Security Colombian Armed Forces $6,000,000
2002 Prison Security / Drug Rehabilitation Training (Unspecified) $2,300,000
2002 Reestablish Public Security in Conflicted Zones Colombian National Police $4,749,000
2002 Support for Eradication Colombian National Police $27,360,000
2002 Support for Interdiction Colombian National Police $24,330,000
2002 Subtotal for 2002 $253,000,000
2003 Administrative Support Colombian National Police $2,000,000
2003 Army Aviation Support / Army Aviation Brigade Army $128,750,000
2003 Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade Army $6,300,000
2003 Aviation Support Colombian National Police $62,260,000
2003 Bomb Squad / Explosive Database Center (Unspecified) $1,000,000
2003 Ca?o Lim?n Pipeline Colombian Armed Forces $93,000,000
2003 Colombian Air Force / Air Bridge Denial Program Air Force $8,000,000
2003 Colombian Navy / Navy Maritime Interdiction Support Navy $1,000,000
2003 Emergency Supplemental Funds (Unspecified) $54,000,000
2003 Ministry of Defense Human Rights / Institutional Reform (Unspecified) $1,000,000
2003 Reestablish Public Security in Conflicted Zones Colombian National Police $10,500,000
2003 Support for Eradication Colombian National Police $44,727,000
2003 Support for Interdiction Colombian National Police $20,963,000
2003 Subtotal for 2003 $433,500,000
2004 Administrative Support Colombian National Police $2,000,000
2004 Army Aviation Support / Army Aviation Brigade Army $147,304,000
2004 Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade Army $5,000,000
2004 Aviation Support Colombian National Police $71,238,000
2004 Bomb Squad / Explosive Database Center (Unspecified) $500,000
2004 Colombian Air Force / Air Bridge Denial Program Air Force $7,121,000
2004 Prison Security / Drug Rehabilitation Training (Unspecified) $500,000
2004 Reestablish Public Security in Conflicted Zones Colombian National Police $13,800,000
2004 Support for Eradication Colombian National Police $44,185,000
2004 Support for Interdiction Colombian National Police $40,973,000
2004 Subtotal for 2004 $332,621,000
2005 Administrative Support Colombian National Police $1,390,000
2005 Air Force Interdiction and Surveillance Air Force $4,620,000
2005 Army Aviation Support / Army Aviation Brigade Army $125,236,000
2005 Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade Army $3,080,000
2005 Aviation Support Colombian National Police $70,000,000
2005 Bomb Squad / Explosive Database Center (Unspecified) $700,000
2005 Colombian Air Force / Air Bridge Denial Program Air Force $11,111,000
2005 Colombian Navy / Navy Maritime Interdiction Support Navy $460,000
2005 Reestablish Public Security in Conflicted Zones Colombian National Police $20,079,000
2005 Support for Eradication Colombian National Police $82,500,000
2005 Support for Interdiction Colombian National Police $16,931,000
2005 Subtotal for 2005 $336,107,000
2006 Administrative Support Colombian National Police $1,376,000
2006 Air Force Interdiction and Surveillance Air Force $4,574,000
2006 Army Aviation Support / Army Aviation Brigade Army $123,453,000
2006 Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade Army $1,832,000
2006 Aviation Support Colombian National Police $70,518,000
2006 Bomb Squad / Explosive Database Center (Unspecified) $228,000
2006 Carabineros (Unspecified) $19,367,000
2006 Colombian Air Force / Air Bridge Denial Program Air Force $21,000,000
2006 Colombian Navy / Navy Maritime Interdiction Support Navy $455,000
2006 Critical Flight Safety (Unspecified) $29,970,000
2006 Ministry of Defense Human Rights / Institutional Reform (Unspecified) $178,000
2006 Prison Security / Drug Rehabilitation Training (Unspecified) $89,000
2006 Reestablish Public Security in Conflicted Zones Colombian National Police $19,367,000
2006 Support for Eradication Colombian National Police $81,695,000
2006 Support for Interdiction Colombian National Police $16,513,000
2006 Subtotal for 2006 $390,615,000
2007 Carabineros (Unspecified) $18,650,000
2007 Critical Flight Safety (Unspecified) $61,035,000
2007 Support to Colombian National Police (Administrative Support) (Unspecified) $1,000,000
2007 Support to Colombian National Police (Aviation Support) (Unspecified) $69,000,000
2007 Support to Colombian National Police (Support For Eradication) (Unspecified) $81,950,000
2007 Support to Colombian National Police (Support For Interdiction) (Unspecified) $16,500,000
2007 Support to the Colombia Military (Air Bridge Denial Program) (Unspecified) $15,800,000
2007 Support to the Colombia Military (Army Aviation Support) (Unspecified) $104,080,000
2007 Support to the Colombia Military (Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade) (Unspecified) $2,200,000
2007 Support to the Colombia Military (Navy Maritime Interdiction Support) (Unspecified) $1,000,000
2007 Subtotal for 2007 $371,215,000
2008 Critical Flight Safety Program (Aircraft/Aircrew Safety of Flight) (Unspecified) $6,000,000
2008 Critical Flight Safety Program (Fixed Wing Attrition) (Unspecified) $2,727,000
2008 Critical Flight Safety Program (Fixed Wing Depot) (Unspecified) $6,073,000
2008 Critical Flight Safety Program (Rotary Wing Attrition) (Unspecified) $7,300,000
2008 Critical Flight Safety Program (Rotary Wing Depot) (Unspecified) $14,482,000
2008 Critical Flight Safety Program (Rotary Wing Wiring Upgrades) (Unspecified) $2,400,000
2008 Support to Colombian National Police (Aviation Support) (Unspecified) $52,520,000
2008 Support to Colombian National Police (Support For Eradication) (Unspecified) $63,980,000
2008 Support to Colombian National Police (Support For Interdiction) (Unspecified) $16,500
2008 Support to the Colombia Military (Air Bridge Denial Program) (Unspecified) $10,048,000
2008 Support to the Colombia Military (Army Aviation Support) (Unspecified) $51,898,000
2008 Support to the Colombia Military (Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade) (Unspecified) $2,200,000
2008 Support to the Colombia Military (Navy Maritime Interdiction Support) (Unspecified) $1,000,000
2008 Transfer to INCLE for CNP Manual Eradication Support (Unspecified) $2,480,000
2008 Subtotal for 2008 $223,124,500
2009 Air Bridge Denial Program Air Force $8,000,000
2009 Army Aviation Support Army $32,628,000
2009 Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade Army $2,000,000
2009 Aviation Support Police $50,000,000
2009 Carabineros Police $5,000,000
2009 Critical Flight Safety Program (Aircraft/Aircrew Safety of Flight) $2,530,000
2009 Critical Flight Safety Program (Fixed Wing Depot) $6,011,000
2009 Critical Flight Safety Program (Rotary Wing Attrition) $3,687,000
2009 Critical Flight Safety Program (Rotary Wing Depot) $21,991,000
2009 Critical Flight Safety Program (Rotary Wing Engines) $4,490,000
2009 Critical Flight Safety Program (Rotary Wing Wiring Upgrades) $4,141,000
2009 Navy Maritime Interdiction Support Navy $10,000,000
2009 Support for Eradication Police $55,000,000
2009 Support for Interdiction Police $22,611,000
2009 Subtotal for 2009 $228,089,000
2010 Air Bridge Denial Program Air Force $1,000,000
2010 Army Aviation Support Army $35,000,000
2010 Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade Army $2,000,000
2010 Aviation Support Police $50,000,000
2010 Carabineros Police $3,000,000
2010 Critical Flight Safety – Aircraft/Aircrew Safety of Flight $3,700,000
2010 Critical Flight Safety – Rotary Wing Attrition $3,500,000
2010 Critical Flight Safety – Rotary Wing Depot $9,050,000
2010 Critical Flight Safety – Rotary Wing Engines $3,000,000
2010 Critical Flight Safety – Rotary Wing Wiring Upgrades $1,500,000
2010 Navy Maritime Interdiction Support Navy $5,000,000
2010 Support for Eradication Police $53,000,000
2010 Support for Interdiction Police $25,000,000
2010 Subtotal for 2010 $194,750,000
2011 Air Bridge Denial Program Air Force $1,000,000
2011 Army Aviation Support Army $25,600,000
2011 Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade Army $500,000
2011 Aviation Support Police $55,000,000
2011 Carabineros Police $5,000,000
2011 Critical Flight Safety – Aircraft/Aircrew Safety of Flight $5,450,000
2011 Critical Flight Safety – Fixed Wing Depot $800,000
2011 Critical Flight Safety – Rotary Wing Attrition $7,000,000
2011 Critical Flight Safety – Rotary Wing Depot $4,000,000
2011 Navy Maritime Interdiction Support Navy $5,000,000
2011 Support for Eradication Police $55,000,000
2011 Support for Interdiction Police $16,000,000
2011 Subtotal for 2011 $180,350,000
TOTAL $3,913,181,500

All amounts in U.S. dollars. Totals on this page may not correspond to the totals on this country’s or program’s summary table. All too frequently, official sources yield different figures when the level of detail changes.

Official Descriptions of Aid from International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement to Colombia

U.S. Department of State, 2011

Document: Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Program and Budget Guide, Fiscal Year 2011

Country: Colombia

Program Overview

After achieving notable results in improving security, disrupting the drug trade and expanding a government presence throughout the country,

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Colombia is now working to consolidate this progress. To help the Colombian Government implement their National Consolidation Plan, the U.S. will continue to provide assistance to support Colombian-led interdiction and eradication programs. U.S. programs will enhance the Colombian National Police’s capability to maintain a security presence in former conflict and drug growing areas, while also expanding access to justice in rural regions.

Program Goals and Objectives

U.S. counternarcotics and rule of law assistance supports the Government of Colombia’s National Consolidation Plan and Democratic Security Policy. The U.S. is focusing its resources in four to five priority zones, i.e., areas where insecurity, drug cultivation and trafficking and a lack of alternative development remain impediments to democratic development. Within these priority areas, counternarcotics programs are being closely sequenced with alternative development to promote more permanent results.

Objective 1: Continue to increase Colombia’s capacity to combat the drug trade through counternarcotics programs closely coordinated with alternative development.

Objective 2: Assist the Colombian Government in expanding security and justice in remote and former conflict regions.

Objective 3: Improve the capability of Colombia’s Attorney General’s Office, particularly its Human Rights and Justice and Peace Units.

Objective 4: Enhance cooperation with Colombia to promote regional training and coordination on counternarcotics and citizen safety initiatives.

FY 2011 Program

Colombian Military

Army Counterdrug Mobile Brigade: Provides transport to deploy units to protect aerial eradication aircraft and pilots, as well as conduct interdiction missions. Trains and supplies weapons for units operating in remote and rugged terrain for aforementioned purposes. This is an ongoing project.

Army Aviation (COLAR): Supports aviation contract that trains Colombian mechanics, as well as provide parts and equipment for repair of Colombian Army operated and U.S.-titled aircraft. U.S. assistance also seeks to ensure sustainable nationalization of this program. This is an ongoing project.

Air Bridge Denial: Following this program’s nationalization in December 2009, minimal INCLE funding will be used to support end use monitoring, quality control and specialized technical assistance/training. This is an ongoing project.

Navy Maritime Interdiction: Further expands the Colombian Coast Guard’s presence throughout the Pacific coast. The USG will support limited infrastructure and base construction within the Pacific region, purchase equipment and weapons for Coast Guard personnel and support maritime interdiction training. This is an ongoing project.

Colombian National Police (CNP)

CNP Aviation Support: Supports aviation contract that provides mechanics, a small number of pilots to oversee Colombian pilots, and supplies aviation parts and training. This enables CNP Aviation to provide important support for a range of counternarcotics activities, including transport for police officers for manual eradication, interdiction and high-value target operations. CNP Aviation now also provides helicopter security for both aerial eradication spray packages. This is an ongoing project.

CNP Eradication: Provides funding for aviation contract that supplies spray pilots, mechanics, parts, and logistics for up to 12 AT-802 spray planes and 2 Cessna 208 imagery gathering aircraft. Funding is also used to purchase the glyphosate used in aerial eradication. This is an ongoing project.

CNP Interdiction: Trains and equips specialized CNP interdiction units. Supports interdiction programs at Colombia’s ports and airports, including purchasing scanning equipment and providing training to the CNP. Provides funding for CNP Aviation to support additional interdiction missions. Enhances security and capacity at rural CNP stations in consolidation areas through security training and infrastructure upgrades. This is an ongoing project.

Rural Police/Carabineros

Expanding the government’s ability to secure former conflict regions is fundamental to achieving more lasting eradication and promoting human rights and security. Funding will support increases in the number of trained and equipped rural police and provide weapons, ammunition and transportation. This is an ongoing project.

Support to the Carabineros will also be used to enhance their capabilities to protect manual eradicators. This is an ongoing project.

Critical Flight Safety Program (CFSP)

CFSP for Colombia will include performing long term depot level maintenance on all aircraft on a five-year cycle, extending the service life of aging aircraft, and addressing attrition in the fleet. This centrally managed program is designed to ensure safety, structural integrity, and functionality of the aircraft deployed and operated to support various programs. This is an ongoing project.

Attorney General’s Office

Funding will support training for the Fiscalia’s Human Rights Unit and Justice and Peace unit. Training and equipment will also be provided for Colombian agencies to improve security at courts and protection of judges and prosecutors. Forensic equipment and training will also be offered to help in the exhumation and identification of human remains. This is an ongoing project.

Justice Sector Reform Program

Provide training and equipment for the expansion of criminal justice operations and activities into consolidation areas by enhancing the work of the Fiscalia’s regional offices and judicial training for government officials in these regions. Limited support will be provided for ongoing training in the new accusatory system and criminal code. This is an ongoing project.

Individual Deserter Program

U.S. assistance will provide continuity and subject matter expertise to bolster the Colombian Ministry of Defense’s demobilization program through a team of advisors for tailored demobilization and prevention of illegal recruitment strategies, as well as advanced database management tools. This is an ongoing project.

Drug Demand Prevention

U.S. support will help strengthen local anti-drug community organizations, as well as expand the CNP’s DARE program. This is an ongoing project.

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  • Colombia International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement 1997; – United States, Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Fiscal Year 1999 Budget Congressional Presentation (Washington: Department of State: March 1998): 32.
  • Colombia International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement 1998; – United States, Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Fiscal Year 2000 Budget Congressional Presentation (Washington: Department of State: March 1999): 27.
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    U.S. Congress, Conference Report 106-701 on Public Law 106-246 (Washington: June 29, 2000) (Link to source).
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  • Colombia International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement 2003; – United States, Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Fiscal Year 2005 Congressional Budget Justification (Washington: Department of State: April 2004) (Link to source).
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  • Colombia International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement 2009; – United States, Department of State, Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Program and Budget Guide, Fiscal Year 2011 Budget (Washington: Department of State: 2010) (Link to source).
  • Colombia International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement 2009; – United States, Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement Affairs, Program and Budget Guide 2010 (Washington: Department of State) (Link to source).
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  • Colombia International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement 2011; – United States, Department of State, Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Program and Budget Guide, Fiscal Year 2011 Budget (Washington: Department of State: 2010) (Link to source).