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UNODC Indonesia finalises its draft Country Programme 2011 – 2015 Jakarta (Indonesia) , 2 May

UNODC Indonesia finalises its draft Country Programme 2011 – 2015

Jakarta (Indonesia), 2 May 2011 – After series of participatory consultation with the Government of Indonesia and relevant stakeholders, UNODC Indonesia is ready with a draft of its Country Programme Framework 2011 – 2015. This programme framework synergises with the National Medium Term Development Plan, United Nations Partnership for Development Framework, Jakarta Commitment and the UNODC Regional Programme Framework. The programme consists of five pillars namely, transnational organize crime and trafficking, countering corruption, terrorism prevention, justice and HIV.

corruption, terrorism prevention, justice and HIV. UNODC carries out a preliminary study of Central Kalimantan

UNODC carries out a preliminary study of Central Kalimantan province

out a preliminary study of Central Kalimantan province Palangkaraya (Indonesia) , 13 to 17 May 2011

Palangkaraya (Indonesia), 13 to 17 May 2011 - In order to study more about the problem associated with illegal logging, Mr. Ajit Joy, UNODC Country Manager, visited various areas and held meetings especially with the non-governmental organisations in Central Kalimantan. Central Kalimantan faces several challenges to its forests. Close to the 400,000 ha world renowned Tanjung Puting National Park, the major threat today derived from illegal mining of gold and encroachment by illegal oil palm plantations. Such challenges would have to be addressed in earnest as Central Kalimantan has been named as the pilot province under the Indonesia - Norway letter of intent on REDD.

1000th course participant graduates from trainer development programme

Semarang (Indonesia), 19 May 2011 – UNODC’s European Union funded Transnational Crime and Criminal Justice Project at the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC) has trained over 1000 participants in under 18 months. The last course was the trainer development programme which was designed to enhance the capacity of trainers from various law enforcement agencies, who have the responsibility for developing and delivering training in investigations, transnational crime, counter-terrorism, intelligence, leadership and professional standards. This programme aims to enhance the professional capabilities of the participants who are encouraged to deliver ‘train the trainer’ packages back in their own training centres and share what they have learned. listed areas that need to be focused on for intervention. Papua province is the focus area of this Norwegian government funded project.

the focus area of this Norwegian government funded project. INDONESIA Newsletter #15 May 2011 Improving skills

INDONESIA

Newsletter #15 May 2011

Improving skills through computer forensic investigation training

skills through computer forensic investigation training Jakarta (Indonesia) , 23 to 27 May 2011 – The

Jakarta (Indonesia), 23 to 27 May 2011 – The first out of four planned computer forensic investigation training was completed in Jakarta. Trainers were experts from Digital Forensic Analyst Team of Forensic Laboratory Center of the Indonesian

This training is funded by the European Union

National Police and Indonesia Security Incident Response Team on Internet Infrastructure. Commissioner General Dr. Oegroseno, Head of the Indonesian National Police Training inaugurated the trainings. 20 officers from the Indonesian National Police, Attorney General’s Office, State Audit Board and Indonesian Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center attending the training experienced significant improvement as shown.

No

Quetion

Pre Test

Post Test

Improvement

1.

Electronic Information and Transaction Act

20%

89%

69%

2.

Digital Forensic Principals Of ACPO, UK

0%

83%

83%

3.

Triage Forensic

10%

100%

90%

4.

Forensic Imaging on Lirensicnux F

15%

67%

52%

5.

Voice Recognition on Audio Forensic

35%

67%

32%

 

Average

65.20%

Advocating the importance of police-minority relations

Bangkok (Thailand), 30 to 31 May 2011 - Mr. Ajit Joy, UNODC Country Manager, participated in a regional consultation on policing and minorities. This consultation was organised by the Office of the High Commission of Human Rights (OHCHR) Geneva. Mr. Joy made presentation on the importance of community policing and trainings to improve the work of police amongst minorities. UNODC Indonesia works closely with the Indonesian National Police on this matter and will conduct more activities with the Police in order to advocate better police-minority relations.

in order to advocate better police-minority relations. New Staff Arya Perdana , Expert Transnational Crime Trainer,
in order to advocate better police-minority relations. New Staff Arya Perdana , Expert Transnational Crime Trainer,

New Staff

Arya Perdana, Expert Transnational Crime Trainer, Semarang Office

Budi Setyono, Expert Transnational Crime Trainer, Semarang Office

Frans Siahaan, Project Associate on forest crimes and corruption in forestry project

on forest crimes and corruption in forestry project Herbin Siahaan , Expert Transnational Crime Trainer,

Herbin Siahaan, Expert Transnational Crime Trainer, Semarang Office

Yuni Haryanti, Expert Transnational Crime Trainer, Semarang Office

UNODC Talk Series on “Indonesia’s Fight against Corruption” 31 May 2011 This talk was held
UNODC Talk Series on “Indonesia’s Fight against Corruption” 31 May 2011 This talk was held

UNODC Talk Series on “Indonesia’s Fight against Corruption” 31 May 2011

This talk was held at Universitas Muhammadiyah in Malang, East Java

Topic

: “Corruption in regional budget and decentralization”

Speaker : Mr. Ismail Amir, Board member of the Indonesian Forum for Budget Transparency Mr. Novel Baswedan, investigator at the Corruption Eradication Commission Mr. Roy Salam, Budget Analysis and Advocacy Coordinator of the Indonesia Budget

Centre,

Dr. Tri Sulistyaningsih, Chair of the Department of Governance Science of Muhammadiyah University

UNDOC, TIPIKOR Building, Ground Floor, Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav C 19, Jakarta 12950 For further info: Marsha Suryawinata, Communication Consultant email: marsha.suryawinata@unodc.org, phone: (62-21) 52920731, fax: (62-21) 52907427 www.unodc.org/indonesia