One of the primary goals of CJIATF 435 was to assist its Afghan partners in establishing a detention operations regimen, a detainee interview process to enable them to continue to gather information for prosecution and network targeting, and a court to adjudicate charges of criminal activity by members of the insurgency.
The TIG was created on January 6, 2010 and was assigned to CJIATF 435 to conduct interviews and debriefings to fill tactical, operational, and strategic intelligence requirements.
Also, CJIATF 435 trained and mentored Afghan leaders to prepare them to assume responsibility for legal processing, case management, and administrative/logistical operations of the detention facility.
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.
(17) Commander, Combined Joint Interagency Task Force (CJIATF) 435 Vision Statement.
While this parallel civilian-military organizational structure (plus the three recent CJIATFs
focused on counternarcotics and rule of law) is the closest civil-military coordination the United States has produced in nine years of operations in Afghanistan, it still falls short of the truly integrated CORDS structure employed in Vietnam.