F-RIC OPERATIONS OVERVIEW

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F
-
RIC OPERATIONS OVERVIEW

UNCLASSIFIED

ISAF Force Reintegration Cell

IT’S A GAME CHANGER

F
-
RIC Ops Cell

Mission Statement








Build APRP Joint Secretariat (JS) and sub
-
national
operational capacity (people, tools, procedures, and
training) in order to facilitate and enhance the conduct of
outreach and demobilization operations to take fighters
out of the fight

UNCLASSIFIED


Director of Ops


Deputy Director


of Ops

Ops Rep to JS

(Afghan Hand)

Reintegration

Systems


Data Manager Mentor

ISAF F
-
RIC Ops Organization

UNCLASSIFIED

6 Nationalities

Demob

Staff Officers

Reintegration

Int O

Cultural Advisor,


Interpreter

and Translator

FRIC OPS CRITICAL TASKS



Partner with JS Ops



Assist with Demob Msns and Tasks (Phase 2)




Maintain and Analyze Reintegree Data



Assist with development of Demob processes



Represent FRIC (Ops) at ISAF Forums



UNCLASSIFIED

Intent

Survey

Biometric

Weapon Reg

Vetting

Transition
Assistance

Disengagement
Training

Declaration

Form

Signed

Not
Enrolled
APRP

Enrolled
APRP

Three Stages of APRP

SOCIAL
OUTREACH,
CONFIDENCE
BUILDING,
NEGOTIATION

UNCLASSIFIED

Security & Grievance Resolution


Social outreach and messaging


Contact


Establishing dialogue


Negotiation


Grievance resolution


Registration


Formal vetting/Assess


Biometrics/ID card


Weapons registration


Community security

CONSOLIDATION OF
PEACE AND
COMMUNITY
RECOVERY


Religious, literacy, and
vocational education


Community recovery


Agriculture Conservation Corps


Public Works Corps

DEMOBILIZATION

Y

N

Joint Secretariat Ops Cell

Mission Statement









The JS Ops cell will ensure that negotiations with
Insurgents stay within the APRP framework and that
expectations are managed through PJST, and provincial
and district MoI, MoD, and NDS staff

UNCLASSIFIED

Joint Secretariat Ops Responsibilities


Outreach, strategic communication
, and identify
reintegration opportunities



Repository for all reintegration data



Oversight of provincial and below activities



Outreach and grievance resolution



Demobilization



Community recovery



Facilitate info
-
sharing between MoI, NDS, MoD
and ISAF



Deploy mobile teams to support reintegration
activities


UNCLASSIFIED

PoA

High Peace

Council

Joint

Secretariat

Provincial

Peace

Committees

Provincial

Joint Secretariat

Team

Community

Joint Secretariat

partnered by

HQ ISAF (F
-
RIC)

Supported by IJC

PPCs are responsible for APRP implementation and
management of reintegration within the province.

PPC

PJSTs are responsible for supporting the PPC
implementation and management of reintegration
activity within the province.

PJST

Sub
-
National
APRP

structure
partnered by


IJC (supported by
PRTs)

COMISAF, SCR
KLE with
PoA/HPC

Policy

Execution

Partnered for Reintegration

UNCLASSIFIED

Service Delivery Ministries


partnered by HQ ISAF

(DCOS Stab)

Security Ministries

Partnered by NTM
-
A and HQ ISAF

(DCOS Strategic Partnering)

Afghan Hand

UNDP

Regional Manager

PG

Afghanistan Reintegration August 2011

Reintegration Itself Forces the Pace

Reintegration Activity

Provinces with Opportunities

Provinces with Events

Provinces with No Activity

Events

42

Reintegrees

2357

Opportunities

25

Recidivists

3

Provincial

Established

Emerging

Council

32

2

JS Team

25

0

UNCLASSIFIED

BADAKHSHAN

TAKHAR

KUNDUZ

BALKH

JOWZJAN

FARYAB

SAR
-
E PUL

SAMANGAN

BAGHLAN

BADGHIS

HERAT

GHOR

FARAH

NIMROZ

HELMAND

KANDAHAR

ZABUL

DAYKUNDI

URUZGAN

PAKTIKA

GHAZNI

WARDAK

BAMYAN

NURISTAN

NANGARHAR

KABUL

KHOST

August
2010

BADAKHSHAN
TAKHAR
KUNDUZ
BALKH
JOWZJAN
FARYAB
SAR
-
E PUL
SAMANGAN
BAGHLAN
BADGHIS
HERAT
GHOR
FARAH
NIMROZ
HELMAND
KANDAHAR
ZABUL
DAYKUNDI
URUZGAN
PAKTIKA
GHAZNI
WARDAK
BAMYAN
NURISTAN
KUNAR
NANGARHAR
PANJSHAYR
LAGHMAN
KAPSIA
PARWAN
KABUL
LOGAR
PAKTIYA
KHOST
BADAKHSHAN
TAKHAR
KUNDUZ
BALKH
JOWZJAN
FARYAB
SAR
-
E PUL
SAMANGAN
BAGHLAN
BADGHIS
HERAT
GHOR
FARAH
NIMROZ
HELMAND
KANDAHAR
ZABUL
DAYKUNDI
URUZGAN
PAKTIKA
GHAZNI
WARDAK
BAMYAN
NURISTAN
KUNAR
NANGARHAR
PANJSHAYR
LAGHMAN
KAPSIA
PARWAN
KABUL
LOGAR
PAKTIYA
KHOST
Kandahar is the one emerging PPC

08 Aug 11

18

06

10

Joint Secretariat Demobilization Team
Responsibilities


Lead/manage demobilization registration,
processing and disengagement actions


Registration


surveys, biometrics, and weapons management


Processing



vetting, sharing biometrics, target list, and declaration


Record and rapidly access reintegration
data/records



UNCLASSIFIED

Afghanistan Reintegration Tracking System (ARTS)






Stores reintegration data in order to share information
between the GIRoA and ISAF



Facilitates tracking and monitoring of reintegration
opportunities and events





UNCLASSIFIED

Reintegration

Candidate

Registration

&

Survey

Form

Filled out by INS under
the supervision of a
Surveyor at Province
level

1

2

Provincial Joint Secretariat Team

Internet

INDURE/ARTS

Info Manager

File Uploaded

4

Mobile Teams on the Field

Reintegration Opportunity
Report and Individual Case File
Report is created offline

3

File

submitted

in

soft copy

Reintegration

Opportunity

identified

1

Reintegration Opportunity Report Flow

UNCLASSIFIED

BADAKHSHAN

TAKHAR

KUNDUZ

BALKH

JOWZJAN

SAR
-
E PUL

SAMANGAN

BAGHLAN

FARYAB

PAKTIKA

GHAZNI

WARDAK

BAMYAN

NURISTAN

NANGARHAR

KABUL

KANDAHAR

ZABUL

DAYKUNDI

URUZGAN

PJST Status

(Provincial Joint Secretariat Teams)

Operational

Recruiting

None

108

0

0

82

0

0

21

0

0

257

52

60

58

0

40

0

47

0

0

0

0

22

13

486

40

2

11

122

8

0

761

11

0

BADGHIS

HERAT

GHOR

FARAH

NIMROZ

HELMAND

0

231

0

0

0

0

0

2

455

75

7

0

0

0

0

40

9

0

19

65

19

0

0

0

0

16

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

9

0

0

83

0

28

27

0

4

0

0

0

170

56

0

32

0

0

431

20

0

Events

42

Reintegrees

2357

Opportunities

23

Candidates


1590

REINTEGRATION EVENTS/OPPORTUNITIES

# of reintegrees

# of candidates (Opportunities *)

# of candidates (Inactive opportunities**)

*ROs will be moved to IROs after 60 days, unless

agreed or stated otherwise by FRIC/JS (to be coord)

**IROs will be moved to archive after 150 days, unless

agreed or stated otherwise by FRIC/JS (to be coord)

Updated
08
August
2011

Reintegrees/Candidates

Status
(per province)

UNCLASSIFIED

Demobilization

UNCLASSIFIED

APRP Demobilization Trend
110
432
617
720
821
1152
1712
1928
2043
2303
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
Oct-2010
Nov-2010
Dec-2010
Jan-2011
Feb-2011
Mar-2011
Apr-2011
May-2011
Jun-2011
Jul-2011
# of Candidates Registered
Demobilization


Registration
: PJSTs will arrange for registration to be conducted. This
includes completing the “Intent to Reintegrate” form and “Individual
Survey”. [See survey training brief]



Biometrics
: MOI is the lead agency for collecting biometric information.



Demobilization:

Is managed by the PJST with assistance from the JS
mobile teams travelling to the location where reintegration opportunities
arise.



Weapons Management
:
In contrast to DIAG, the APRP allows
reintegrees to keep their personal weapons, however, these must be
registered.
MOI is responsible to register weapons. MOD will store heavy
weapons (e.g. machine guns, RPGs, Etc).



Security
: MoI (assisted by NDS & MoD) will provide security. ANSF and
ISAF will work closely to determine the security risks in each reintegration
case and determine a course of action to mitigate these risks.






UNCLASSIFIED

Vetting




Vetting of ex
-
combatants is done to determine motivations and
eligibility for reintegration


Vetting will be done at the community, district, provincial and
national levels


APRP eligibility criteria:


Ex
-
combatants must be verified insurgents


Ex
-
combatants must not be wanted for criminal offenses


Must not be foreign fighters






UNCLASSIFIED

Vetting

Joint Secretariat will:


Guide and direct a standardized vetting process


Appoint a designated vetting manager, responsible
for:


Managing vetting actions with provincial staff


Managing vetting actions with the security
representatives to the JS


Maintain paper and electronic files of vetting
documentation


After initial vetting, approve and assist provincial
formal enrollment as required








UNCLASSIFIED

Vetting

Provincial Chief of Police (CoP), provincial NDS Chief, and ANA
Security Shura rep will:


Confirm based on organizational data that ex
-
combatants are
APRP eligible per the eligibility criteria


Document ex
-
combatant eligibility by signing vetting list prior to
PG signature


Chairman of the PPC will:


Ensure community vetting is done to verify ex
-
combatant eligibility


Verify the community is willing to accept the ex
-
combatants back
into the community


Security Representatives (MoI, NDS and MoD to the JS will:


Ensure provincial CoPs, NDS Chiefs, and ANA follow the vetting
responsibilities


Vet provincial lists based on national level data within 3 days of
receiving; after 3 days concurrence is assumed




UNCLASSIFIED

Vetting

Provincial Governors (PG) and their staffs (i.e. PJST) will:


Confirm in writing that ex
-
combatants are eligible
based on community and provincial vetting.


Send vetted list of ex
-
combatants to the JS. The list
will be signed by the PG and counter
-
signed by the
Chairman of the PPC, CoP, NDS Chief and ANA
Provincial Security Shura representative. This
signed list will verify that those individuals are
eligible for the peace program.


Oversee the conduct of community vetting Shura to
ensure fairness.


Keep paper and electronic files of provincial vetting
documentation in the PJST.





UNCLASSIFIED

Vetting

Joint Secretariat will ensure the following
representatives sign off the vetted list:


JS Operations Director


MoI rep


NDS rep


MoD rep





UNCLASSIFIED

ISAF Force Reintegration Cell

QUESTIONS?



UNCLASSIFIED