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Assistant Secretary Patterson's Travel to Afghanistan


Kabul, Afghanistan
August 27, 2006

INL Assistant Secretary Anne W. Patterson traveled to Afghanistan, August 27-31, 2006 where she delivered remarks to Afghan police officers graduating from U.S. sponsored training at the Central Training Center. While in Afghanistan, she toured the Pol-i-Charkhi prison, where the U.S. Government is helping to modernize the Afghan corrections system. [Photos courtesy of DynCorp]

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Assistant Secretary Anne W. Patterson delivers remarks to Afghan police officers graduating from U.S.-sponsored training at the Central Training Center in Kabul. [Photo courtesy of DynCorp]
Assistant Secretary Anne W. Patterson delivers remarks to Afghan police officers graduating from U.S.-sponsored training at the Central Training Center in Kabul.

Afghan police officers in Kabul graduate from U.S.-sponsored training, where American advisors work closely with Afghan police to provide essential training. [Photo courtesy of DynCorp]
Afghan police officers in Kabul graduate from U.S.-sponsored training, where American advisors work closely with Afghan police to provide essential training.

A female police officer chats about her experience as a member of the Afghan Police's Family Response and Domestic Violence Unit with Assistant Secretary Anne W. Patterson. [Photo courtesy of DynCorp]
A female police officer chats about her experience as a member of the Afghan Police’s Family Response and Domestic Violence Unit with Assistant Secretary Anne W. Patterson.

INL helicopters land outside of Pol-i-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Kabul. [Photo courtesy of DynCorp]
INL helicopters land outside of Pol-i-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Kabul.

Assistant Secretary Anne W. Patterson tours Pol-i-Charkhi prison, where the U.S. Government is helping to modernize the Afghan corrections system. [Photo courtesy of DynCorp]
Assistant Secretary Anne W. Patterson tours Pol-i-Charkhi prison, where the U.S. Government is helping to modernize the Afghan corrections system.


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