The JCLEC Facilities

The Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC) is located within the grounds of the Indonesian National Police Academy (AKPOL) in Semarang, Central Java.

Providing the infrastructure, resources and staff to support training, workshops, dialogues and high level regional meetings and professional networking to establish a platform for cooperation between regional law enforcement agencies to combat transnational crime.


Computer Based Technology Lab


Student Accomodation






Syndicate Room



Swimming Pool

Dining Facilities


“Excellent Service”

I only find it in JCLEC where the Indonesian training centre is giving the excellent service including the accommodation and the food. Amazing job! I was very impressed with their work

Course Participant of

Australia-Indonesia Police Leadership Forum (AIPLF) - August, 2019

“Amazing Facility and Staff”

The facilities here are world class. The people and the staff here are world class. They are there at every moment to help you and guide you to your training courses…The lunch areas are top notch. The food is fantastic. I have heard nothing but good things about the food. I love the soups here. 

Trainer of

International People Smuggling Investigations Program. - January, 2024

“Memorable Experience”

Really enjoy the whole activity here specially when the farewell dinner at tulip restaurant it gives us strong bond before the course end.


Course Participant of

Project TRACE Advanced Training - December, 2019

….the two weeks spent facilitating at JCLEC on the International People Smuggling Investigations course with other Canadian, New Zealand and Australian subject-matter experts exceeded my expectations; personally and professionally. The comprehensive and current content, delivery style and syndicate format blends seamlessly into the supportive and communicative environment of the facility. Candidates are left with a deep understanding of the subject-matter, strategies and best practices while networking and sharing experiences with their classmates and facilitators. The curriculum skillfully connects the RCMP and Global Affairs Canada’s strategic priorities in the Indo-Pacific region and building capacity with our regional partners to address this critical issue. It is evident that JCLEC staff and directors believe in the product they are delivering as they all contribute to robust, challenging and inclusive training experience for the candidates and facilitators alike. The social and cultural activities imbedded into the program only adds to overall experience bringing the entire cohort together outside the classroom enriching the learning experience. The setting of JCLEC campus speaks for itself and I leave feeling like I have contributed in a meaningful way to something very important and special here. I look forward to being invited back…

Trainer of

International People Smuggling Investigations Program. January, 2024