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The Maritime Enforcement Stream formally announced at JCLEC
Written by JCLEC   
Friday, 11 September 2015
The Maritime Enforcement Stream formally announced


ABF Commissioner Roman Quaedvlieg

On 25 August 2015, Australian Border Force (ABF) Commissioner Roman Quaedvlieg attended JCLEC to open the Planning and Conduct of Maritime Patrols program.  This opening coincided with the formal introduction of the Maritime Enforcement Stream at JCLEC. 

The Maritime Enforcement Stream is the result of a recently agreed partnership between ABF and JCLEC and has a focus on delivering maritime law enforcement training to officers from Indonesian and regional authorities. 

Accompanied by ABF Assistant Commissioner Peter Docwra, Border Force Capability Division, ABF Commander Chris Wall, Commander Asia, Americas and Europe, and A/g Assistant Secretary Matt Wardell, ABF Communications and Media Branch, Commissioner Quaedvlieg spoke of the pre-historical human migratory link between Australia and Indonesia and the sharing of international maritime boundaries and common maritime enforcement interests by both countries in the modern era. Commissioner Quaedvlieg spoke of the long history of cooperation between the two countries in managing common maritime security and safety challenges.  This includes a program of cooperative patrols undertaken by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (now the ABF), the Indonesian Coast Guard (BAKAMLA) and the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF). 
Last Updated ( Friday, 11 September 2015 )
Farewell Det. Supt. Brian Thomson and Welcome to the new JCLEC Executive Director Programs
Written by JCLEC   
Tuesday, 18 August 2015
Farewell Det. Supt. Brian Thomson and
Welcome to the new JCLEC Executive Director Programs,
Superintendent James Stokes


Brigadier General Soepartiwi makes a presentation to Det. Supt Brian Thomson at his Farewell Dinner

JCLEC is sad to say goodbye to Det. Supt. Brian Thomson who has been the AFP Executive Director, Programs at JCLEC for the past 4 years.  Brian has been a part of JCLEC for almost half of JCLEC’s 11 years – not only as the Executive Director of Programs but as the General Secretary of the JCLEC Foundation. This is a terrific achievement and a recognition of his overall contribution to JCLEC and what it is today – A Centre of Excellence. Under his command, Brian has seen over 8,000 students on 329 programs, the construction of the Musholla, Villa Garuda and the VVIP Gate in 2011,  the introduction of the KERIS (immersive realtime exercise suite) in 2011, and the building of Computer Based Training Labs throughout Indonesia. In recognition of Brian’s extraordinary contribution to JCLEC and its growth, Brian was farewelled by many friends and associates at a gala event on 11 June 2015. Brian also planted a tree in the JCLEC grounds as a lasting symbol of his commitment to JCLEC. We wish Brian every success in his future endeavours as he returns to Australia.

Det. Supt Brian Thomson hands the keys to JCLEC to Superintendent James Stokes
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 18 August 2015 )
JCLEC Hosts the Regional Workshop on Foreign Terrorist Fighters: Strengthening Legal Frameworks
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Friday, 29 May 2015
JCLEC Hosts the Regional Workshop on Foreign Terrorist Fighters: Strengthening Legal Frameworks


On 27 and 28 May 2015 JCLEC hosted the first sub-regional workshop on Foreign Terrorist Fighters: Strengthening Legal Frameworks. The Workshop was co-chaired by the Governments of the Republic of Indonesia and Australia and was attended by 50 senior law enforcement and policy officials from Australia, Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam, Denmark, Jordan, Malaysia, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and the United Nations. The Workshop was opened by Australian Counter Terrorism Ambassador, H.E. Miles Armitage and Mr Arko Hananto Budiadi, the Acting Director-General for Multilateral Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia with JCLEC’s Executive Directors Brigadier General Soepartiwi and Detective Superintendent Brian Thomson. The Danish Ambassador, Mr Casper Klynge was a special guest at the opening ceremony.

Danish Ambassador Casper Klynge with Australian CT Ambassador H.E Miles Armitage

The Workshop fulfilled separate undertakings made by Indonesia, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Australia at an Foreign Terrorist Fighters (FTF) Workshop hosted by Indonesia in Bali on 14 August 2014 during the Australian Minister for Justice, Michael Keenan’s visit to Indonesia.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 30 June 2015 )
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