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Indonesia: ICITAP Provides Third Corruption Crimes Training Class to Indonesian National Police

From July 4 to 5, ICITAP provided the third in a series of regional Corruption Crimes training classes for police investigators assigned to Anti-Corruption Units. Training was held in Bandung, West Java, and it was attended by 24 criminal investigators from the West Java Police District.  Opening remarks were provided by a representative of the Corruption Crimes Directorate at Police Headquarters in Jakarta.  Training topics focused on Money Laundering, Asset Tracing and Asset Recovery; and it included an interactive practical exercise training scenario.  Instruction was provided by representatives from ICITAP, Indonesian National Police (INP), the Indonesia Attorney General's Office, the Indonesia Financial Intelligence Unit (PPATK), and a local subject matter expert who provides assistance to the INP on complex money laundering investigations.  This training was funded by INL, and it is part of ICITAP's initiative to enhance and improve the capacity of the INP Corruption Crimes Directorate. In Indonesia, ICITAP works with the support of and in coordination with the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).

Updated August 11, 2023