Stakeholders > Sponsors

Crucial to the success of the JCLEC as facilitator for integrating local and international law enforcement training, is the role of the Sponsors who, alongside the Founders, have committed to take the long view in combating transnational crime and terrorism. This includes:

  • the required funding to sustain both curriculum development and campus operations

  • the contribution of specialist expertise and knowledge from international trainers

  • constant adaptation and updating of content to ensure the investigative and detection methods learned are at the leading edge of international policing effectiveness

2018 Activity Sponsors:

  • Australia (Australian Federal Police)

  • Australia (Australia Awards in Indonesia)

  • Australia (Department of Immigration and Border Protection)

  • Australia (Attorney-General Department)

  • Australia (Australian Border Force)

  • Australia (Department of Home Affairs)

  • Bali Process Regional Support Office

  • Canada (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

  • Denmark (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

  • Indonesia (Indonesian National Police)

  • Indonesia (Indonesian Coast Guard)

  • Indonesia (Attorney General Office)

  • INTERPOL

  • Netherlands (Netherlands University Foundation for International Cooperation)

  • New Zealand (New Zealand Police)

  • United Kingdom (Foreign & Commonwealth Office)

  • United Kingdom (National Crime Agency)

  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

  • United States of America (Diplomatic Security Service of Anti-terrorism Assistance Program)

2017 Activity Sponsors:

  • Australia (Attorney-General Department)

  • Australia (Australian Border Force)

  • Australia (Australian Federal Police)

  • Australia (Department of Foreign and Trade)

  • Canada (Global Affairs Canada)

  • Denmark (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

  • Indonesia (Indonesian Coast Guard)

  • Indonesia (Indonesian National Police)

  • Indonesia (Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries)

  • Indonesia (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

  • Indonesia (National Agency of Drugs and Foods Controls)

  • INTERPOL

  • New Zealand (New Zealand Police)

  • Bali Process Regional Support Office

  • Netherlands (Netherlands University Foundation for International Cooperation)

  • United Kingdom (Foreign & Commonwealth Office)

  • United Kingdom (National Crime Agency)

  • United States of America (Bureau of Counterterrorism and Countering Violent Extremism)

  • United States of America (Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs)

  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

2016 Activity Sponsors:

 

  • ASEANAPOL

  • Australia (Attorney-General's Department)

  • Australia (Department of Immigration and Border Protection)

  • Australia (Australian Border Force)

  • Australia (Australian Federal Police)

  • Canada (Global Affairs Canada)

  • Denmark (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

  • Indonesia (Witness Protection Program Agency)

  • INTERPOL

  • Netherlands (Netherlands University Foundation for International Cooperation)

  • New Zealand (New Zealand Police)

  • The Bali Process Regional Support Office

  • United Kingdom (National Crime Agency)

  • United Kingdom (Foreign & Commonwealth Office)

  • United States of America (Diplomatic Security Service of Antiterrorism Assistance Program)

  • United States of America (The Federal Bureau of Investigation)

  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

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