Start: 01 December 2014
- Elapsed 65%
End: 30 November 2018
This project is a response to the needs of JCLEC and the Indonesia National Police to develop a national curriculum on fighting transnational crime. Its purpose is to train police officers through a national gender sensitive curriculum, reflecting international standards and best practices, and thereby contribute to improved security and rule of law in Indonesia.
In order to successfully implement this curriculum, the project partners will work together to enhance the organisational and academic capacity of JCLEC and of two Indonesian Police training academies (Pusdik Reskrim and Pusdik Intel).
In addition to an accredited national curriculum on transnational crime prevention, investigation and intelligence, other key deliverables of the project are:
– educational structure for the delivery of the national curriculum at JCLEC, Pusdik Reskrim and Pusdik Intel (including a national network / pool of trained trainers, a well set-up organisation, a quality assurance system and adequate infrastructure)
– a dissemination strategy to spread the national curriculum to regional Indonesian National Police training centres.
The project will make use and consolidate already developed training modules from previous project interventions supported by UNODC and Bramshill College Policing in Indonesia.
Willem van Nieuwkerk
Project Manager in the Netherlands
Junior Project Manager
Program Manager in Indonesia
- Indonesia // Update on capacity building for combating transnational crime 17 June 2015Six months progress reviewed during second project steering committee meeting...
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