Engility Law Enforcement Professional (LEP 1) Corrections in Bagram, Afghanistan
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"Directly advise the Afghan correctional officers in a detainment center to enforce the rules of order upon the individuals incarcerated there. Advise the Correctional officers who may oversee people who have been arrested and are awaiting trial, or they may work in a jail where offenders found guilty have been placed. The profession is a stressful and demanding job. The daily activities of correctional officers are typically recorded in a log as they oversee the care, custody and control of incarcerated people in a controlled environment. They are asked to give oral or written reports whenever there is a breach of regulations and on the work done by inmates over a period of time."
The Law Enforcement Professional (LEP) program deploys selected former and retired law enforcement officers to:
• Advise, assist and mentor the PAT CDR.
• Advise and mentor PAT in all Police matters.
• Attend all KLEs and meetings that the PAT CDR requests his presence in order to provide expertise.
• LEPs assist US Army and Marine units by applying a law enforcement perspective to the execution of
• The role of LEP personnel at all levels is to Advise, Assist, Mentor and Train (AAM&T) U.S. and Coalition Forces to better
execute their Law Enforcement (LE) related responsibilities, including building capacity in Host Nation Security Forces
(HNSF) in furtherance of Rule of Law (RoL) development.
• LEP personnel may be embedded into all echelons from Corps through Battalion headquarters and select Companies.
• LEP personnel will support U.S., Coalition forces, and other U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) agencies.
• LEP personnel will advise and assist U.S. and Coalition commanders, and their staff, using LE expertise and
methodology to understand, identify, target, penetrate, interdict, and suppress criminal-like enterprises and special
• Customer requirements upon time of hire affect employee unit assignments, deployment schedules, and individual
employee compensation eligibilities.
• Should have a minimum of 20 years of experience and supervisory experience as a Corrections Officer. Shift Captain / Lieutenant.
• 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.
• Specialized experience may also have been gained as a certified instructor for Senior Police Advisors (LEP I) and in
fields relating to complex investigations.
• Documented experience as supervisors, managers or task force leads in a federal agency, federal task force, state
agency or large police department. A large police department is defined as a police department with a minimum of
100 sworn officers.
• Active and current TS/SCI.
- Experience in a federal Task Force such as Organized CrimeIDrug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF), High Intensity Financial
Crime Areas (HIFCA), High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA), or Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) is highly desirable for