Africa Command (AFRICOM) funded significant infrastructure improvements at TOCU
, including an automated ship identification system, two radars, and improved Internet access.
TOCU reports that since its inception in July 2008 through November 2010, they have opened 61 drug trafficking cases involving 118 suspects.
TOCU conducted multiple raids of cannabis farms, and noted that cultivation appears to be increasing; the government is concerned that cannabis production is now one among other activities substituting for regular subsistence farming, thus threatening food security.
TOCU and others benefited from several USG-sponsored events, including surveillance training and investigation techniques for transnational organized crime cases.