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The 4th JCLEC Donor Coordination Meeting
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Monday, 20 April 2015
The 4th JCLEC Donor Coordination Meeting


JCLEC Executive Directors and Donor Coordination Meeting attendees from Donor countries

and other country representatives.

On Thursday, 26 March 2015 JCLEC successfully hosted its 4th annual Donor Coordination Meeting. This year a total of 27 attended the Donor Meeting including representatives from the Australian Federal Police, British Embassy, Royal Danish Embassy, New Zealand Embassy, Royal Netherlands Embassy, Australian Embassy, Australian Attorney Generals Department, US Embassy, ASEANAPOL, Interpol, and JCLEC Board of Supervisors and Board of Management.

Since the first Donor Coordination Meeting was held in 2012, each year JCLEC has welcomed new participants. This year JCLEC welcomed representatives from the South Korea and Singapore Embassies. 
Brigadier General Soepartiwi – JCLEC Executive Director, Det. Supt. Brian Thomson – JCLEC Executive Director Program and Commander Brad Shallies – AFP Manager of Learning and Development chaired the meeting.

Last Updated ( Monday, 20 April 2015 )
Tri-lateral Investigation Training for People Smuggling Investigator’s Program ends successfully
Written by JCLEC   
Thursday, 02 April 2015
Tri-lateral Investigation Training for People Smuggling Investigator’s Program ends successfully


From 9-20 March 2015, 25 participants from nine countries (Indonesia, Bangladesh, India, Iran, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Vietnam) gathered at JCLEC to attend the final program in this tri-lateral series of the Investigations Training for People Smuggling Investigator’s Program. The Program was designed to provide investigators with tools to enhance their investigations of people smuggling cases, resulting in greater detection, disruption and prosecution of the organisers of people smuggling ventures.

Trainers and subject matter experts attended from the Indonesian National Police, Australian Federal Police, New Zealand Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Guest presenters from the United Nations, International Organization for Migration, Australian Immigration and Border Protection Service provided presentations on their area.  Participants also had the opportunity to listen to and question a migrant currently in detention in Indonesia.  These presentations and discussions aided the participants in developing new understandings of the issues faced in investigating people smuggling cases. 

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 April 2015 )
The Multilateral Training Engagement
Written by JCLEC   
Friday, 26 September 2014
The Multilateral Training Engagement

International cooperation remains a focus of JCLEC particularly with current global issues concerning foreign fighters.  From 25 August to 19 September, law enforcement officers from 19 different countries attended 3 (three) programs related to leadership, investigation, and intelligents.
Last Updated ( Friday, 26 September 2014 )
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