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October 12, 1983
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Approved For Release 2008/06/13: CIA-RDP85M00364R000701200029-4 EXOIR Chm/NIC= 2:1_ Compt' ACTION INFO. DATE . 15" J D/OEA C/PAD/OEA SiVIA AO/DCI .. rti CAIOD/01S- -:..:.. NAVY review completed. Approved For Release 2008/06/13: CIA-RDP85M00364R000701200029-4 Approved For Release 2008/06/13: CIA-RDP85M00364R000701200029-4 DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS WASHINGTON, D.C. 20350 gg 3 `~.+~ ~ 'Fa d.~mv ~ Ser 009/366986 12 October 1983 SECRET -- NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTOR OF CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE Subj: International Narcotics Collection (U) Ref: (a) DCI ltr of 31 August 1983 l.- (S/NF) in response to reference (a), I have reviewed our respon- sibilities, regarding intelligence collection against International Narcotics as detailed in the National HUMINT Collection Plan (NHCP) No. 45. Navy fully supports community efforts to focus and improve collection on the narcotics issue. The following specific actions have been taken in support of this important area: a. (C) Navy's primary collector on narcotics will continue to be the Naval Investigative Service (NIS). NIS' high priority anti- narcotics effort will focus increased emphasis on drug intelligence .collection, reporting and drug suppression operations in foreign ports visited by U.S. Naval Forces. b. (C) The Task Force 168 HUMINT element in Panama, regularly provides locating data and drug trafficking reporting on known and suspected vessels. Excellent coordination with local agency repre- sentatives will continue. c. (C) Other Task Force 168 HUMINT collectors, which have heretofore been exclusively engaged in the collection of military intelligence, have been alerted to the high national priority assign- ed to narcotics. These collectors will ensure that. close coordina- tion is maintained with local narcotics experts. d. (S/NF) Naval Intelligence Command's Collection Advisory Center (CAC) will monitor all-source collection operations and alert Navy and U.S. Coast Guard collectors to international narcot- ics operations. Additionally, the CAC will continue to support intelligence community imagery efforts on known and suspected nar- cotics production areas. e. (U) A Coast Guard officer who is assigned to the Navy Operational Intelligence Center provides daily liaison with the CAC regarding international narcotics monitoring efforts? CLASSIFIED BY: COMNAVINTCOM DECLASSIFY ON: OADR Approved For Release 2008/06/13: CIA-RDP85M00364R000701200029-4 Approved For Release 2008/06/13: CIA-RDP85M00364R000701200029-4 SECRET Subj: International Narcotics Collection (U) 2. (U) Navy will continue to focus collection efforts on the international narcotics problem. I will keep you advised of significant results from these efforts. O N `DO SUTTS Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy Director of Naval Intelligence S rE %f.% R OE * T 2 SECRET Approved For Release 2008/06/13: CIA-RDP85M00364R000701200029-4