The JCLEC
Foundation

The JCLEC Foundation​

With cooperation between the Australian Federal Police and the Indonesian National Police formalized in 1997, and reaffirmed in 2004, the work to facilitate international cooperation and capacity building effort was enhanced with the development of the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC) .

JCLEC provides the platform from which law enforcement partners cooperate to enhance the capacity to combat terrorism and transnational crime.

Inaugurated by H.E. Megawati Soekarnoputri, President of the Republic of Indonesia on July 3rd 2004, the facility has provided training, workshops and dialogues to more than 34,000 participants from 82 countries and is well established as an international exchange hub of expertise in countering modern transnational crime.

Our Timeline

1997

1997

Cooperation between the Indonesian National Police and Australian Federal Police was initially formalised.

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JCLEC is now recognised as a unique gateway for developing collaborative relationships domestically, throughout the South-East Asian region, and internationally.
2004

2004

The JCLEC Indonesian Foundation was Established

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Inaugurated by the President of Indonesia, H.E. Megawati Soekarnoputri, it governs a purpose-built facility in the Indonesian National Police academy (AKPOL).
2006

2006

JCLEC Construction

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The construction was over two years.
2007

2007

JCLEC's 3,000th participant

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The 3,000th student was enrolled. By the end of 2019, 32,468 people have participated in JCLEC activities.
2010

2010

Officially affiliated with 'Lemdiklat'

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JCLEC was officially affiliated with 'Lemdiklat', the prestigious Indonesian National Police (INP) education and training institute (as part of their transnational crime education department). The INP Head of Education and Training is a member of the JCLEC Board of Patrons.
2014

2014

Interpreting Services

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Simultaneous interpreting services were introduced, enabling broader international engagement.
2015

2015

First Offsite Course

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The JCLEC first offsite course was delivered.
2020

2020

A Continued Innovation

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JCLEC has adapted swiftly to the changed global environment, recognising the importance of maintaining relationships, working arrangements, capacity enhancing activities, and education. In June 2020, the JCLEC Online Delivery Model (ODM) was introduced.
2020
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