Law enforcement contract in Afghanistan extended until 2018
According to Department of the Arm - Contracting Command, The U.S. Army intends to extend this contract by 18 months on a sole source basis. This will allow performance to continue until 30 June 2018, to support Afghanistan operations for the United States Army.
This contract is for highly trained law enforcement professionals (LEPs) to instruct and facilitate U.S. forces to understand, identify, target, penetrate, interdict, and suppress criminal-like, insurgent network enterprises and special group criminals. This knowledge is then shared with Host Nation Security Forces.
Contractor personnel are classified as LEP 1s and LEP 2s. LEP 1s must have a minimum of 20 years of law enforcement experience with at least 10 years of investigative experience. They must possess specialized investigative experience in the field(s) of gang control/suppression, organized crime, controlled substance organizations, international money laundering, counter terrorism and/or public corruption.
In addition, LEP 1s must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and have documented experience as supervisors, managers or task force leads in a federal agency, federal task force, state agency or large police department. LEP 2s must possess 10 years of law enforcement experience reflecting the ability to identify and to investigate structure, methods, and behaviors of organized crime networks, gangs, terrorist organizations, drug organizations and/or public corruption. All LEPs must have the mental and physical abilities required to work in Afghanistan for 12 months at a time.
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