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 U.S. Department of State
 Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Crime Control

The Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) works with other concerned governments through extradition treaties, mutual legal assistance agreements, information exchanges, technical assistance, and law enforcement training to counter the threat posed by transnational organized crime. These international programs concentrate on alien smuggling, trafficking of women and children, financial fraud and money laundering, intellectual property rights theft, firearms trafficking, and auto theft. The INL bureau also funds law enforcement and criminal justice training at the International Law Enforcement Academies (ILEA) in Budapest and Bangkok.

Programs | Remarks | Press Statements and Fact Sheets | Reports

The Role of U.S. Government Agencies
Crime Programs

12/15/00: White House Press Briefing on International Threat
12/15/00: Statement by the President on International Crime Threats
12/13/00: Ambassador Sheehan, Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Crime
12/13/00: Frank E. Loy, Statement to United Nations Convention Against Organized Crime High-Level Political Signing Conference, Palazzo di Giustizia (Hall of Justice), Palermo, Italy
07/24/00: Deputy Assistant Secretary Rob Boone remarks at the signing of the ILEA Agreement With the Government of Gaborone, Gaborone, Botswana
04/26/00: Assistant Secretary Rand Beers remarks before the Hispanic Council on International Relations, Washington, DC (U.S. Efforts to Combat International Narcotics and Crime)
03/24/00: Secretary Albright remarks at a Meeting on Trafficking in Persons, Mumbai, India
03/23/00: Rob Boone, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Washington, DC (Crime in Southeast Europe and Central Asia)

Press Statements and Fact Sheets
12/18/00: White House Fact Sheet on International Crime Threat Assessment
12/15/00: White House Fact Sheet on Migrant Smuggling and Trafficking in Persons Coordination Center
12/15/00: White House Fact Sheet on Progress in Efforts to Combat International Crime
12/13/00: Stability Pact Countries Sign Anti-Trafficking Declaration
11/13/00: INL A/S Rand Beers to Visit San Diego and Tijuana Schools
11/06/00: Costa Rican Authorities Arrest Alien Smuggler Gloria Nino Canales
06/05/00: White House Fact Sheet: Combating Trafficking in Human Beings
05/23/00: U.S. Initiatives on"Conflict Diamonds"
04/17/00: The United States Government Border Security Assistance Programs in Kyrgyzstan
03/22/00: White House Fact Sheet: Combating Trafficking In Women and Children in South Asia
02/23/00: U.S. Comprehensive Initiative on Small Arms and Illicit Trafficking

1999-1998 Press Statements and Fact Sheets

International Crime Threat Assessment (National Security Council Document)
International Crime Control Strategy (National Security Council Document)
Nigerian Advance Fee Fraud Adobe pdf reader/html conversion

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