H.R.4230 - Omnibus Antidrug Abuse Act of 1988100th Congress (1987-1988)
|Sponsor:||Rep. English, Glenn [D-OK-6] (Introduced 03/23/1988)|
|Committees:||House - Intelligence (Permanent Select); Armed Services; Education and Labor; Foreign Affairs; Government Operations; Energy and Commerce; Judiciary; Merchant Marine and Fisheries; Post Office and Civil Service; Science, Space and Technology; Ways and Means|
|Latest Action:||House - 11/18/1988 See H.R.5210. (All Actions)|
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Summary: H.R.4230 — 100th Congress (1987-1988)All Information (Except Text)
Introduced in House (03/23/1988)
Omnibus Antidrug Abuse Act of 1988 - Title I: Drug Enforcement and Personnel Enhancement - Subtitle A: Asset Forfeiture Fund Amendments Act of 1988 - Department of Justice and Department of Treasury Assets Forfeiture Fund Amendments Act of 1988 - States that expenditures out of the Department of Justice Assets Forfeiture Fund and the Customs Forfeiture Fund shall not be scored as outlays which either increase or decrease the Federal budget deficit.
Amends the Tariff Act of 1930 to provide that the Customs Forfeiture Fund shall be available to the U.S. Customs Service permanently.
Authorizes the transfer of funds from the Department of Justice Assets Forfeiture Fund to the Building and Facilities account of the Federal prison system for the construction of correctional institutions, and to the Support of United States Prisoners in non-Federal Institutions account of the Department of Justice.
Allows the Attorney General, with respect to the DOJ Assets Forfeiture Fund, and the Commissioner of Customs, with respect to the Customs Forfeiture Fund, to exempt the procurement of supplies and services under such funds if necessary to maintain the security and confidentiality of related criminal or civil investigations.
Amends the Controlled Substances Act to require the Attorney General to ensure the equitable transfer of forfeited property to the appropriate State and local law enforcement agency or prosecutor's office.
Subtitle B: State and Local Narcotics Control Assistance Act of 1988 - Part A: Establishment of the Bureau of Justice Assistance - Amends the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 to require the Director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance to: (1) develop an annual State and Local Strategic Drug Control Plan; and (2) publish and disseminate information on the condition and progress of drug control activities.
Requires the Bureau to: (1) coordinate Federal, State, and local government efforts toward a national drug control strategy; (2) serve as the coordinating Federal agency with respect to the submission of State and local applications for grant-in-aid programs under the Antidrug Abuse Act of 1986; and (3) maintain a liaison with Federal agencies having drug control authority.
Part B: Drug Control Formula Grant Program - Authorizes the Bureau to make grants to States having approved statewide drug control strategies for: (1) Zero Tolerance Enforcement Programs that effect heightened public awareness of and support for local drug control enforcement projects; (2) Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force Programs; (3) Drug Control Law Enforcement Training Programs; (4) Multi-Jurisdictional Intelligence and Data Sharing Programs; (5) Judicial Drug Control Training Programs; (6) Prison Treatment Programs; (7) Drug Treatment for Youthful Offenders Programs; and (8) Statewide and National Intelligence Systems Programs.
Requires the executive officer of each participating State to designate a State drug control office to: (1) prepare applications to obtain funds under this Program; and (2) administer such funds.
Requires the chief executive officer of each participating State to maintain a State Drug Control Board to: (1) analyze the drug control problems within the State; (2) prepare a statewide drug control strategy; (3) receive, review, and approve (or disapprove) applications from State agencies and units of local governments; (4) prepare annual reports containing assessments of the State drug control program; and (5) assure fund accountability, auditing, and evaluation of programs and projects funded under the Program.
Permits the establishment of local drug control offices to prepare and coordinate drug control strategies and implement the provisions of this Act at the local level. States that each jurisdiction which is eligible to have a local drug control office shall establish local drug control boards to: (1) analyze the drug control problem within that jurisdiction; (2) prepare a jurisdiction-wide drug control strategy; (3) receive, review, and approve (or disapprove) applications from units of local government; and (4) prepare annual reports containing assessments of the drug control program.
Directs the Bureau to establish a National Drug Control Assistance Coordination Board to provide for the representation of drug control agencies at the Federal, State, and local levels for the purpose of articulating national drug control priorities, programs, and resource needs.
Sets forth: (1) State application procedures under the Program; (2) certain limitations on the use of Program funds for administrative expenses; and (3) procedures for the allocation and distribution of Program funds.
Part C: Drug Control Discretionary Grant Program - Authorizes the Bureau to develop programs and make grants to public agencies and private nonprofit organizations for technical assistance, training, and national scope and demonstration projects in support of any of the purposes specified in part B of this subsection (Drug Control Formula Grant Program), and any purpose specified in the strategic drug control plan developed by the Bureau. Sets forth application requirements with respect to such program and procedures for the allocation and distribution of program funds. Provides that grants under this program shall be for a period not to exceed three years (may be extended for up to two years under certain circumstances).
Part D: Targeted State and Local Strategic Drug Control Plan - Requires the Bureau to complete an annual National Strategic Drug Control Plan which targets the most critical drug control problems that are most effectively resolved at the State and local levels.
Part E: Miscellaneous Amendments to Justice Assistance Act of 1984 - Allows Criminal Justice Facility Construction grants to cover 80 percent of the estimated costs of approved construction. (Current law allows such grants to cover 20 percent of such costs.)
Part F: Administrative Provisions - Authorizes the Bureau to establish such rules, regulations, and procedures as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this subtitle.
Directs the Bureau to prepare a "Program Brief" and an "Implementation Guide" for each of the programs and projects contained in the formula grant programs.
States that the functions, powers, and duties specified in this subsection to be carried out by the Bureau shall not be transferred elsewhere in the Department of Justice unless specifically authorized by the Congress.
Allows the Bureau to arrange with and reimburse other Federal departments and agencies for the performance of functions under this subtitle only if the funds are to benefit the units of State and local government.
Sets forth program and project evaluation and reporting requirements.
Part G: Funding - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 through 1991 to carry out the grant programs authorized under this subtitle. Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for salaries and expenses of the Bureau. Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 through 1991 for grants to State and local governments for the construction of correctional facilities.
Part H: Relationship with the Justice Assistance Act of 1984 - Directs the Bureau to administer any funds available to it under the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 in such a manner as to compensate for the increase in cases resulting from apprehensions and accelerated prosecutions of persons accused of drug trafficking, possession, and related offenses. Encourages State and local jurisdictions to participate in funding under this Act.
Subtitle C: Chemical Diversion and Trafficking Act of 1988 - Chemical Diversion and Trafficking Act of 1988 - Amends the Controlled Substances Act to establish recordkeeping and reporting requirements for the manufacture, distribution, importation, and exportation of listed precursor and essential chemicals. Prohibits the distribution of such chemicals unless the recipient provides a certification of lawful use and proper identification.
Establishes exemptions from such requirements: (1) for the distribution of such chemicals between agents or employees within a single facility; (2) for the delivery of such chemicals to or by common carriers; (3) where the Attorney General determines that such requirements are not necessary for the enforcement of this Act; and (4) where products containing such chemicals are lawfully marketed under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
Establishes an import-export notice and declaration requirement for listed precursor and essential chemicals.
Includes as precursor chemicals: (1) N-Acetylanthranilic acid; (2) Anthranilic acid; (3) Ergotamine tartrate; (4) Ergonovine maleate; (5) Phenylacetic acid; (6) Ephedrine; (7) Pseudoephedrine; (8) Benzyl cyanide; (9) Benzyl chloride; and (10) Piperidine. Includes as essential chemicals: (1) Potassium permanganate; (2) Acetic anhydride; (3) Acetone; and (4) Ethyl ether. Establishes a mechanism and criteria for adding or deleting chemicals from such lists.
Prohibits the transfer of commercial tableting and encapsulating machines unless a certification of lawful use and proper identification are provided. Establishes reporting requirements for such transfers.
Establishes criminal penalties for the unlawful: (1) possession, manufacture, distribution, sale, importation, or exportation of a precursor or essential chemical; and (2) possession, manufacture, distribution, or importation of drug manufacturing equipment, tableting or encapsulating machines, and gelatin capsules.
Subjects all listed precursor and essential chemicals, drug manufacturing equipment, tableting and encapsulating machines, and gelatin capsules which have been imported, exported, manufactured, possessed, or distributed in violation of such Act (as well as all conveyances and equipment) to forfeiture to the United States.
Directs the Attorney General to maintain an active program, both domestic and international, to curtail the diversion of precursor and essential chemicals. Grants the Attorney General subpoena power with respect to precursor and essential chemicals.
Subtitle D: Comprehensive Federal Law Enforcement Officer Improvements Act of 1988 - Comprehensive Federal Law Enforcement Officer Improvements Act of 1988 - Amends the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 to increase the basic level of public safety officer death benefits. Removes the requirement that parent beneficiaries be dependents of the deceased officer.
Establishes the National Advisory Commission on Law Enforcement to study the methods and rates of compensation of law enforcement officers. Requires the Commission to report the results of such study to the President and the Congress within six months of enactment of this Act.
Subtitle E: Deportation of Convicted Foreign Drug Inmates - Violent Criminal Alien Deportation Act - Allows the Attorney General to order the deportation of any alien convicted of an aggravated violent felony. Allows the District Director of the Immigration and Naturalization Service for the district in which the alien was sentenced and convicted to issue the order of deportation on behalf of the Attorney General.
Sets forth procedures for the appeal of such a deportation order.
Subtitle F: Customs Enforcement Amendments Act of 1988 - Customs Enforcement Amendments Act of 1988 - Requires the pilot of any aircraft, prior to departing the United States, to comply with advance notification and reporting requirements prescribed by the Secretary of Commerce. Establishes civil penalties for violations of such requirements.
Increases the penalties for failing to declare controlled substances brought into the United States.
States that a declaration of forfeiture by a customs officer shall have the same force and effect as a final decree and order of forfeiture in a judicial forfeiture proceeding in a U.S. District Court. Provides that title in such forfeited property shall be deemed to vest in the United States free of any liens or encumbrances (with certain exceptions).
Allows the Secretary of the Treasury to retain forfeited property for official use.
Allows the Secretary to transfer forfeited property to any Federal agency, to any State or local law enforcement agency, or to any foreign government that cooperates with the U.S. Customs Service in joint enforcement operations.
States that any person who is convicted of a criminal offense under any law administered or enforced by the Customs Service involving the Bank Secrecy Act, Money Laundering Act, or the Controlled Substances Act shall be fined the reasonable costs of the investigation and prosecution.
Authorizes the Secretary of State to make regulations prescribing procedures for marking the passports of those convicted of controlled substances offenses.
Provides for the revocation of the passports of those convicted of a controlled substances violation, or any criminal violation of the Bank Secrecy Act or the Money Laundering Act. Establishes procedures for the reissuance of such passports.
Grants the Secretary of the Treasury certain powers (including the power to subpoena witnesses and compel their testimony) which are necessary to the enforcement of laws relating to the importation or exportation of prohibited merchandise.
Amends the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute to include in the definition of "racketeering activity" acts relating to: (1) the illegal exportation of munitions; (2) the illegal exportation of merchandise; (3) criminal violations of the Trading With the Enemy Act; or (4) criminal sanctions under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act.
Amends the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 to provide civil penalties for failing to report the transfer of ownership of an aircraft to the Secretary as required under such Act. Subjects such aircraft to seizure and forfeiture.
Subtitle G: Authorization of Additional Appropriations for Drug Enforcement Personnel, Fiscal Year 1989 - Authorizes additional appropriations for FY 1989 for the: (1) Coast Guard for drug enforcement personnel; (2) U.S. Customs Service for drug enforcement personnel; (3) Immigration and Naturalization Service Border Patrol for drug interdiction personnel; (4) Immigration and Naturalization Service for criminal investigator personnel, and for the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force in New York City; (5) Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms; (6) Drug Enforcement Administration; (7) Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for drug enforcement personnel; (8) U.S. Marshals Service; and (9) Federal Prison System.
Subtitle H: Miscellaneous Law Enforcement Provisions - Authorizes rewards to be paid for assisting in, or furnishing information which leads to, the capture of an escaped Federal prisoner or a person who has violated parole or probation or defaulted on bail bond.
Makes it unlawful for any person to carry a dangerous weapon into a Federal courthouse.
Authorizes the Attorney General to make payments for the support of U.S. prisoners in non-Federal institutions.
Title II: International Narcotics Control and Assistance to Foreign Countries - Subtitle A: International Drug Eradication Improvement Program - Establishes within the Department of State, under the Office of International Narcotics Matters, an International Special Operations Drug Eradication Squadron to: (1) provide special assistance to drug source countries who request drug eradication assistance; and (2) participate in joint international drug eradication operations in drug source countries.
Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the International Narcotics Matters program at the Department of State for the procurement and maintenance of aircraft and for Squadron personnel.
Directs the Secretary of State to establish guidelines and procedures to govern the deployment of the Squadron.
Subtitle B: International Narcotics Matters Improvement and Special Assistance Programs - Establishes under the Agency for International Development (AID) a special economic assistance incentive grant program to provide assistance to drug source countries that meet specific eradication goals during FY 1989, 1990, and 1991. Sets forth grant eligibility requirements.
Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 through 1991 for AID.
Requires the Comptroller General of the United States to monitor such program.
Requires the Attorney General, the Director of AID, and representatives of the House and Senate to meet at the start of FY 1991 to consider whether such program should be continued beyond FY 1991.
Subtitle C: Amendments to Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as Amended - Amends the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 to list additional factors to be considered by the President when determining whether to certify that a foreign country is cooperating with the United States in its international narcotics control efforts.
Subtitle D: International Narcotics Matters Authorization of Appropriations - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 and 1990 for the economic assistance incentive grant program.
Earmarks specified amounts of FY 1989 and 1990 appropriations for: (1) developing safe and effective herbicides for use in the aerial eradication of coca; (2) the procurement of weapons to defend aircraft involved in narcotics control efforts; and (3) pilot and aircraft maintenance training for narcotics control activity.
Provides that funds withheld from countries which fail to take adequate steps to halt illicit drug production or trafficking may be reallocated to countries which take such steps.
Lists additional requirements (regarding coca production, possession, and distribution) which must be met by Bolivia before receiving FY 1989 assistance.
Limits FY 1989 and 1990 international narcotics control assistance for Mexico. Withholds $1,000,000 of such assistance until Mexico has fully investigated (and prosecuted those responsible for) the murder, detention, and torture of certain Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents.
Directs the Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotics Matters to provide more narcotics control assistance to those drug-transit countries which are not "major drug-transit countries" and which are cooperating with the United States in its international narcotics control efforts.
Authorizes additional funding for activities aimed at increasing awareness of the efforts of production and trafficking of illicit narcotics in source and transit countries.
Directs the Secretary of State and the Attorney General to develop a model extradition treaty with respect to narcotics-related violations, a model legal assistance treaty, and model comprehensive anti-narcotics legislation.
Subjects any transfer by the United States of property seized or forfeited in connection with narcotics-related activities to a foreign country for narcotics control purposes to the regular reprogramming procedures applicable under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961.
Requires that the annual narcotics control reports include: (1) a description of the assistance provided by the DEA and the Customs Service to each country; (2) a description of the assistance provided by each country to the DEA and Customs Service; (3) an expression, in numerical terms, of achievable reductions in illicit drug production; and (4) a description of U.S. assistance denied to each major illicit drug producing and drug-transit country.
Subtitle E: Latin American Antidrug Strike Force - Expresses the sense of the Congress that: (1) the operations of international illegal drug smuggling organizations pose a threat to the national security of the member states of the Organization of American States (OAS); (2) illegal international drug smuggling organizations threaten to overwhelm small nations; (3) members of OAS should coordinate their efforts to fight the illegal drug trade; (4) the formation of a multinational strike force to conduct operations against illegal drug smuggling organizations is necessary; (5) the United States should initiate diplomatic discussions to achieve an agreement to establish and operate the Latin American Antidrug Strike Force; and (6) the United States stands ready to provide equipment, training, and financial resources to support the Strike Force, but believes that Strike Force personnel should be provided by those states facing the most serious threat.
Establishes the position of Ambassador at Large and Coordinator for Western Hemisphere Antidrug Efforts to: (1) coordinate the efforts of all U.S. bureaus and agencies involved in antidrug efforts; (2) report to the Secretary and to the Chairman of the National Drug Policy Board on the effectiveness of the operations and level of cooperation of such bureaus and agencies; (3) be a member of all interagency groups with authority or oversight over U.S. international drug policy or operations; (4) undertake diplomatic discussions with OAS members regarding the formation of a multinational strike force intended to conduct operations against international illegal drug trafficking organizations in the Western Hemisphere; and (5) seek to secure participation in the strike force by those Western Hemisphere states most threatened by international illegal drug trafficking organizations.
Directs the Secretary to report to specified congressional committees on the progress made toward establishing the multinational strike force.
Requires the Secretary of Defense to develop a plan for the establishment, training, equipping, and operation of the multinational strike force.
Title III: Drug Interdiction Asset Improvement and Enhancement - National Drug Interdiction Asset Improvement and Enhancement Act of 1988 - Subtitle A: Coast Guard - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the Coast Guard for the procurement of marine and air drug interdiction assets.
Subtitle B: United States Customs Service - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the U.S. Customs Service for the procurement, operation, and maintenance of certain drug interdiction assets.
Subtitle C: Department of Defense Drug Interdiction Assistance - Department of Defense Drug Interdiction Assistance Act of 1988 - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the Department of Defense for the enhancement of drug interdiction assistance activities.
Subtitle D: Drug Enforcement Administration - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the DEA for the establishment of an International Drug Interdiction helicopter force and for the enhancement of the El Paso Intelligence Center.
Subtitle E: Immigration and Naturalization Service/Border Patrol - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the Department of Justice for the procurement of drug interdiction-related equipment for Border Patrol drug enforcement personnel.
Subtitle F: Establishment of Interagency Southwest Border Drug Interdiction Mobile Corridor Task Force - Establishes an Interagency Southwest Border Drug Interdiction Mobile Corridor Task Force to: (1) conduct a joint drug interdiction operation between ports of entry along the southwest border of the United States, from Texas to California; (2) assist and augment other law enforcement agencies along such border in the interdiction of illegal drugs and the arrest of narcotics traffickers; and (3) assist State and local law enforcement officials along such border in the interdiction of illegal drugs and the arrest of narcotics traffickers.
Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the Department of Justice for such task force.
Subtitle G: United States-Bahamas Drug Interdiction Task Force - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the U.S.-Bahamas Drug Interdiction Task Force.
Subtitle H: Special Drug Interdiction Support - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for Puerto Rico, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, and Hawaii for special drug interdiction support.
Requires the recipients of special drug interdiction assistance to submit periodic reports to the Congress regarding the status of the procurement of resources and related operation and maintenance expenditures authorized under this subtitle.
Title IV: Demand Reduction - Subtitle A: Treatment and Rehabilitation - Amends the Public Health Service Act to authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to establish drug abuse demonstration projects for the treatment and rehabilitation of drug dependent offenders who could otherwise be subject to incarceration. Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 through 1991 to carry out such projects.
Subtitle B: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation - Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Improvement Act of 1988 - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 through 1991 for the basic Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant Program. Requires that at least 49 per cent of such appropriations be made available for alcohol and drug abuse programs.
Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 through 1991 for substance abuse emergency drug treatment programs to be targeted to those States and communities where the substance abuse problem is most acute.
Requires that all States eligible to receive basic and emergency Alcohol, Drug Abuse, Mental Health Block Grants develop Statewide substance abuse treatment facilities plans. Allows such States to expend up to 1.5 percent of their grants to develop and prepare such plans, and up to 40 per cent of such grants to acquire, construct, or renovate such facilities.
Subtitle C: Amendments to the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act - Amends the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1986 to authorize appropriations for FY 1988 through 1991 to carry out the provisions of such Act.
Makes technical amendments to such Act with respect to eligibility, application, and reporting requirements.
Title V: National Drug Enforcement Agency Reorganization and Coordination - Subtitle A: Establishment of Office of Enforcement and Border Affairs in Department of Treasury - National Border Coordination and Reorganization Act of 1988 - Part A: Establishment and Officers - Establishes within the Department of the Treasury the Office of Enforcement and Border Affairs which shall consist of: (1) the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement; and (2) the Coast Guard. Provides that the Office of Enforcement and Border Affairs shall be headed by the Under Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement and Border Affairs.
Establishes within the Office of Enforcement and Border Affairs: (1) the Office of Border Management Affairs, which shall be headed by the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Border Management Affairs; and (2) the Office of Narcotics Interdiction, which shall be headed by the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Narcotics Interdiction.
Part B: Transfer of the Coast Guard to Office of Enforcement and Border Affairs - Transfers the Coast Guard from the Department of Transportation to the Office of Enforcement and Border Affairs of the Department of the Treasury.
Subtitle B: Department of Defense Drug Interdiction Reorganization - Establishes within the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs the position of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Drug Interdiction and Enforcement to supervise Department of Defense drug interdiction and enforcement activities.
Title VI: Research and Development for Law Enforcement Agencies - Subtitle A: Establishment of New Research and Development Programs to Assist Federal Law Enforcement Agencies - Directs the Attorney General to establish a Research and Technology Group under the National Drug Policy Board to review the research, development, technology, and evaluation programs of the Department of Defense and development programs of other nondefense Federal agencies to assist their applicability to the operations, programs, and missions of the Federal law enforcement agencies.
Directs the Attorney General to establish a Research, Technology and Acquisition Advisory Board to make recommendations to the National Drug Policy Board through the Research and Technology Group.
Requires the President to designate and establish within existing facilities of the Department of Defense, the Department of Justice, the Department of Energy, the National Security Agency, and the Central Intelligence Agency, at least eight new National Technology Centers to develop technologies for application to Federal law enforcement missions. Redesignates certain existing Government facilities as National Technology Development Centers. Requires the Comptroller General of the United States to monitor the establishment of such centers.
Subtitle B: Cargo Container Drug Detection Research and Development - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the U.S. Customs Service for accelerating the development and availability of X-ray detection, nitrate detection, or other technologies to be utilized for the detection of illegal narcotics in cargo containers entering the United States.
Title VII: Drug Enforcement Training Improvement - Subtitle A: The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Improvement Act of 1988 - Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Improvement Act of 1988 - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center to increase the level of drug enforcement training.
Authorizes appropriations for FY 1990 and 1991 for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. States that support for the State and local law enforcement training program and the training programs for drug enforcement officers from foreign countries shall be maintained at no less that the FY 1989 level during such years.
Directs the Secretary of the Treasury to expand the advanced training programs for Federal law enforcement agencies at the Marana, Arizona, satellite facility of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. Requires the Secretary to submit reports to the appropriate congressional committees on such expansion.
Subtitle B: Department of Justice Training Facilities Improvement Act of 1988 - Department of Justice Training Facilities Improvement Act of 1988 - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the Department of Justice for existing law enforcement training facilities. Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for the expansion of such facilities and for new Department training facilities. Directs the Attorney General to report to the appropriate congressional committees on plans for improving such facilities.
Subtitle C: Federal Law Enforcement Language Training Improvement Act of 1988 - Authorizes the Department of Defense to provide foreign language training at the Defense Language Institute to special agents of Federal civilian agencies involved in drug law enforcement. Authorizes the Department of State to provide similar training at the Foreign Service Institute.
Authorizes the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Customs Service, and the Immigration and Naturalization Service to: (1) detail investigative personnel to such Institutes; and (2) reimburse the Departments of Defense and State for the cost of such training.
Authorizes appropriations for the Customs Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Immigration and Naturalization Service for such training.
Subtitle D: Authorization of Appropriations for Special Training Centers - Requires the Director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance to establish a national training center in El Reno, Oklahoma, for the training of Federal, State, and local prison officials in drug rehabilitation programs. Establishes the National Advisory Panel on Prison Rehabilitation Programs to oversee the operation of such center. Authorizes appropriations for FY 1989 for such center.
Title VIII: Drug Testing in the Private Sector - Prohibits any employer in interstate commerce, on the basis of a drug test administered to an applicant or employee (unless the drug test is conducted in a laboratory which meets specified requirements), from: (1) refusing to hire an applicant for employment; (2) taking adverse action against an employee; or (3) discharging an employee. Subjects any employer who takes such prohibited actions to civil penalties.
Title IX: Congressional Policy Regarding Additional Funding for Fiscal Year 1989 for Antidrug Abuse Programs - States how the levels of new budget authority and outlays required to carry out the programs, activities, and initiatives contained in this Act shall be accommodated in the budget process.