Capacity building at JCLEC to develop and implement a national curriculum on combatting transnational crime

21 January 2022

Continent: Asia

Duration: 2014-2018

Donor: Jakarta Center For Law Enforcement Cooperation

Partner: CILC (lead) | Kemitraan | Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB)

29 July 2017

Detailed description of project

At the end of the project JCLEC in collaboration with Pusdik Reskrim and Pusdik Intel will have the organizational and academic capacity to deliver well trained police officers through a national gender sensitive curriculum on transnational crime in intelligence and criminal investigation to reflect international standards and best practice.

In this project, new  gender sensitive curricula will be  developed on transnational crime in intelligence and criminal investigation for commissioned and non-commissioned officers, The curricula will be conducted at Pusdik Reskrim and Pusdik Intel and will include (inter) national best practices, meet (inter) national standards and should be approved and accredited by Lemdikpol and INP as national curricula. This curriculum should be delivered effectively, using a system of blended learning and a simulation approach using the KERIS system.

Type of services provided

  • Baseline assessment and 5C workshop
  • Curriculum development
  • Training Needs Analysis
  • Capacity building of management staff and teachers
  • Various project activities including workshops seminars and training for the beneficiary
  • Development of various policies and strategies for development  and  delivery of curriculum, quality assurance, dissemination etc,
  • Quality control

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