ANDF

(redirected from Afghan National Detention Facility)
AcronymDefinition
ANDFArchitecture Neutral Distribution Format
ANDFAfghan National Detention Facility (prison; Afganistan)
ANDFAzerbaijan National Democracy Foundation
ANDFApplication Neutral Data Format
ANDFAmylase-Treated Neutral Detergent Fiber
ANDFA New Day Foundation (Guyana)
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Leading a team of five detention experts, we provided technical and tactical guidance to detention operations for the Ministry of Defense prison, Afghan National Detention Facility Prison-Parwan (ANDFP-P).
The JCIP was to be a long-term facility led by Afghan judges, prosecutors, and defense counsel and was collocated with the Afghan National Detention Facility in Parwan (ANDF-P) within the National Security Justice Center (NSJC).
CJIATF 435 transferred DFIP and the Afghan detainees to the control of the Afghan government on March 9, 2012, and the facility was renamed the Afghan National Detention Facility in Parwan.
"We are confident that it is safe to transfer detainees to the Afghan National Detention Facility in Parwan where detainees willnot face a real risk of torture or serious mistreatment," the FCO continued.
A transfer ceremony took place at the prison, which was renamed the Afghan National Detention Facility at Parwan, BBC News reported.
(S) Transfers from Bagram Theatre Internment Facility (BTIF) to the Afghan National Detention Facility (ANDF) began in Spring 2007.
"We were the first Westerners not part of the military to visit the Afghan National Detention Facility at Pul-i-Charki prison," said Spriggs, who said he was "effectively the leader of all the lawyers at Gitmo who have Afghan clients."
"Thirty-two have been sent to Afghan National Detention Facility since it was opened in April 2007."
and coalition control, the facility was known as the Parwan Detention Facility; however, once transferred to MPGC control, the facility was officially known as the Afghan National Detention Facility Prison-Parwan (ANDFP-P).
"The secretary is now satisfied that it is safe to transfer detainees to the Afghan National Detention Facility in Parwan, and the Ministry of Defence has notified interested parties of the intention to resume transfers after 21 days," the ministry added.
On March 28, President Hamid Karzai, appointed Barakzai as the chief commander of Afghan Military Police and Leading In-Charge for transfer of the Afghan National Detention Facility Parwan and other foreign-run detention centers.
Martins was joined during the media events by key Afghan officials, including Brigadier General Haji Safiullah Juma, commandant of the Afghan National Detention Facility; Brigadier General Mohammad Mujahed, deputy spokesman for the Ministry of Defense; Deputy Minister of Justice Abdul Qadir Adalat-Khwa; and Brigadier General Arif Ahmadi, Ministry of Justice Central Prisons Directorate.
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