The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) leads the Department of State’s anticrime and counter narcotics efforts. INL works to keep Americans safe at home by countering international crime, illegal drugs, and instability abroad. INL helps countries address these threats by strengthening their law enforcement and justice systems. These efforts reduce the amount of crime and illegal drugs reaching U.S. shores. INL’s role in international law enforcement is to utilize its foreign assistance authority to develop, fund, and implement foreign assistance programs that support U.S. foreign policy. It is important to note that INL does not have either an operational law enforcement mandate or legislative authority to conduct investigations or pursue criminal cases in court. INL builds the foundations required for functioning, accountable criminal justice systems overseas so that partner countries will ultimately be able to address crime without the need for foreign assistance resources.
The Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnerships (INL/CAP) strengthens criminal justice systems by 1) providing highly specialized criminal justice sector expertise; 2) leveraging partnerships with U.S. state and local agencies that also face transnational crime and narcotics challenges; and 3) applying programs and methods that demonstrate effective results.
Criminal justice assistance is a core component of rule of law development, which is critical to assisting countries fight destabilizing crime and corruption, and promoting good governance.
Serve as an expert adult-centric instructor in his/her area of expertise in support of INL/CAP training requirements . Must be able to deliver 90-minute blocks of instruction (to include role-play, scenarios, tabletop exercises, etc.).
• Assist Instructional Design experts, as needed, with research, teaching methodology development, and curricula design.
• Prepare documentation related to training.